Orthofeet Innovative Orthopedic Slippers for Women - Ideal for Plantar Fasciitis, Foot & Heel Pain Relief. Arch Support Slippers, Cushioning Ergonomic Sole & Extended Widths - Charlotte

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  • GUARANTEED COMFORT! Test our shoes for up to 60 DAYS and see for yourself why Orthofeet is regarded by millions as the WORLD'S MOST COMFORTABLE and stylish orthopedic shoes. Try RISK FREE: Walk COMFORTABLY and PAIN FREE or Your MONEY BACK. 60-day wear test. FREE shipping and returns.
  • PLANTAR FASCIITIS? HEEL PAIN? FOOT PAIN? NEUROPATHY? Orthofeet orthotic shoes offer the BEST ORTHOPEDIC SHOE solution. Lightweight SOLE with ERGONOMIC design and SUPERIOR CUSHIONING along with premium ORTHOTIC INSOLES that feature ANATOMICAL ARCH SUPPORT and multiple CUSHIONING layers provide soft, PILLOW-LIKE SUPPORT that works wonders to enhance COMFORT and EASE PAIN on the FOOT and HEEL, all the way up your KNEES, HIPS and LOWER BACK caused by flat feet, overpronation and arthritis.
  • EXTENDED WIDTHS - These SUPER COMFORTABLE women’s casual shoes with soft, non-binding uppers are available in Medium, Wide and Extra Wide widths, offering a PERFECT FIT. The UNIQUE THERAPEUTIC DESIGN helps alleviate stress on the joints, enhances stability and substantially improves the ease of walking.
  • SENSITIVE FEET? DIABETES? ARTHRITIS? NEUROPATHY? Soft uppers with smooth interior lining and extra foam padding provide SUPERIOR COMFORT and protection for sensitive feet and an ideal footwear solution as women’s diabetic shoes, women’s arthritis shoes and women’s shoes for neuropathy.
  • BUNIONS? HAMMERTOES? A wide & roomy TOE BOX offers a comfortable, non-binding fit for the front part of the foot and toes, and eases pressure on bunions, hammertoes Morton’s Neuroma & swollen feet. ORTHOTIC FRIENDLY: Extra depth design with removable insoles (¼” thick in the forefoot area) provides ample space for custom made orthotics.

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  • Item Weight ‏ : ‎ 3 Pounds
  • Item model number ‏ : ‎ S733M050
  • Department ‏ : ‎ Womens
  • Date First Available ‏ : ‎ January 10, 2020
  • Manufacturer ‏ : ‎ Orthofeet, Inc.
  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B0859MQ881
  • Customer Reviews:
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Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2019
Size: 10 WideColor: TanVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Not an Orthopedic Shoe for Plantar Fasciitis or Achilles Tendinitis
Reviewed in the United States on March 18, 2019
Their advertisement for this product is completely false. It is far too hard and the insole far to cheap to be suitable for anyone suffering from plantar fasciitis or Achilles tendonitis, let alone heel spurs. I've included pictures that go with my explanation.

A little bit of history:

I've been suffering from plantar fasciitis, heel spurs on both the plantar tendon side of my heel as well as the Achilles tendon side, and Achilles tendonitis in both legs for about 6 years. Over time, with the use of really good sneakers that are specifically for plantar fasciitis, my planter tendons have healed. The bone spurs are still painful and the Achilles tendons are still tight and shortened. I wanted a great slipper to put on rather than having to wear a second set of sneakers in the house or even at work.

This slipper is warm, not stylish but that doesn’t matter to me. It fit true to the size in both length and width. But this is where the positives end.

I couldn’t walk in them for even 2 minutes. I was baffled as to why they were so hard and painful so I took them apart (slightly) to see what was going on. Here’s what I found:

1. Falsehood #1: Their orthopedic insert is specially designed and excellent

This is 100% false. I’ve taken pictures to compare with a store-brand plantar fasciitis insole (taking care to cover up the name). In the first picture I laid them on top of each other (Orthofeet on the bottom) and you can see that the thickness of the ball of the insert is identical. Orthofeet brand does have holes in the foam that make it slightly squishier, but the consistency is very similar.

In the second picture, I show you the heel of both insoles. The padding is identical “squishiness” and texture, and almost identical shape, size and location. Finally, I compared the arch support. In this third picture you can see that the arch supports are almost identical in thickness—though admittedly here the Orthofeet product is slightly more dense to the touch.

As a final test, I took the Orthofeet insoles and put them inside my cheapo slippers that I previously had the store-brought brand insoles in. They feel almost identical.

In truth, BOTH insoles are lacking in the actual support a plantar tendon needs. I know this because of wearing specifically designed running shoes for plantar fasciitis from an orthopedic surgeon. The arch support you receive in this type of sneaker is unparalleled to the insole support, which would have to be twice as dense and at least 50% higher (by my estimation).

So—simply putting a slip-in insole, which would cost about $15 in a grocery store, is not worth the cost or wait of this shoe.

So, what about the rest of the shoe? Maybe that’s where the real design is…

2. Falsehood #2: The slipper itself is an orthopedic shoe designed for plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendonitis, etc.

The shoe itself is hard as a rock and flat as wood. In the fourth picture I show you the outside of the shoe—the insole side. In this picture is APPEARS as though the shoe would have insole support based on the rubber design. In the fifth picture, I show you the hard rubber bottom. This rubber bottom is kind of nice, dense but slightly pliable. If I were judging based solely on picture (which I did to purchase here on Amazon), I would think this slipper is ideal.

Here’s the falsehood.

Neither of these pictures shows you the real, yet hidden, design of the shoe itself. If you remove the inserted insole, the shoe is flat and really, really hard. As though you are literally walking on wood. In the short video, I took a moment to knock on this part of the shoe so you could HEAR how hard it is. (sorry for the weird position between my knees, I was trying to make sure the shoe itself was suspended so the bottom didn’t knock on anything—took me a minute to be able to video that). Finally, in the sixth picture I show you how FLAT it is as well. If I weren’t trying to get my money back, I’d cut these open to see what the heck they manufactured it with that could be so hard. Maybe it is wood!

When you take an insole and put it into a cheap sneaker or a cheap store-bought slipper, at least you have SOME actual cushioning from the shoe itself and a mild amount of support from the insole. In the Orthofeet slipper, you have this rock-hard shoe with a passable insole.

The combination of these two things makes the shoe unwearable for someone with heel spurs and plantar fasciitis.

Based on this experience, I would recommend not purchasing this slipper and I’m definitely returning them immediately.
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Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2017
Size: 8.5 WideColor: TanVerified Purchase
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1.0 out of 5 stars Fake reviews. Shoe is not great.
Reviewed in the United States on September 10, 2017
Very disappointed to see that this company is incentivizing and offering to pay customers $15 for their reviews (see pic of insert that came with the shoes). That explains why these shoes aren't nearly as great as the reviews.

I was looking for shoes that would be supportive for plantar fascitis, but I did not find support in these. The arch is low. The heels are too elevated and the velcro fastener looks ridiculous (like wings sticking off the sides) if you make it any tighter than its default (which is too loose for my feet). Also, these shoes are very stiff and the sole is the type of plastic that slips easily on any little water drop on the floor. These shoes are shaped for swollen or high volume feet, not high arch or people needing support for the bottom of their feet.

I won't be purchasing from this company again.
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Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2017
Size: 9Color: TanVerified Purchase
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5.0 out of 5 stars You will not regret this purchase
Reviewed in the United States on April 13, 2017
I have plantar fasciitis, Morton's neuroma, one knee replacement, and need the other replaced. Comfortable shoes are a serious subject to me. I bought these slippers in 2014 and have worn them everyday-snow,ice,rain,105 summer- I've washed them in the washing machine many times and they are still going. My new pair came today. I will keep the old slippers for messy jobs, but look forward to at least 3 or 4 years of comfortable feet from this product.
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Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2016
Size: 9Color: TanVerified Purchase
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4.0 out of 5 stars Great slippers and highly recommend!!!! Arrived with stain on them though
Reviewed in the United States on May 22, 2016
I'm on day three with these slippers and I am very happy with them! I have severe sarcoid arthritis in my feet and ankles and I am very limited on the shoes I can wear. I cannot walk barefoot under any conditions because of pain and I HAVE to have house shoes. Granted, I am never without pain in my feet, but these slippers definitely help with the early morning stiffness in my feet. I cleaned the house yesterday and wore them pretty much all day without any issues. I read several reviews that stated they were too hard and not enough arch support; I disagree. I have flat feet and again, have severe arthritis in my feet. They are not your typical $10 slippers that have the "memory foam" bottoms. they have a supportive sole and I can see how some would say they are too hard for them. If you're used to wearing cheap and super soft soled slippers, then yes, these will be too hard for you, but if you need great support and something sturdy, then these will be great. As for the arch, it is not a huge arch, but works perfect for me because I have flat feet. Anything higher would just hurt my feet due to the lack of arch in them. The insole is removeable, so if you prefer a better arch, simply put in your own insert. If you do so, you will only lose out on the soft sherpa-like lining that lays on top of the insole. there is about a 1 inch heel on these, but it's more like a raise of the entire slipper than an actual high heel so you don't feel like you're wearing "high heels." I bawked at buying these because there is no back to them and was afraid they would slip off my feet. I can certainly say that they do not slip off my feet, even without socks. There is an adjustable strap on the top that allows you to tighten or loosen the slipper if needed. I gave these 4 stars instead of 5 because they make my feet sweat. These will be great in the winter as I live in Michigan, but for all year round, they're too hot. I'm trading the temperature of my feet for the comfort and pain relief though so I will deal with it or simply wear socks with them. Also, another reason for my 4 stars instead of 5 is because they arrived with a small stain on the top of them. Due to the light brown color and the suede material, the stain is very noticeable. Fortunately, I'm only wearing them in the house and the hassle of returning over a small stain was not worth it to me. However, I am a fan of black and would have loved to have seen these offered in that color; also this color will help to avoid noticing such stains described above :) Please let me know if you offer these in that color in the future, as I will certainly buy them! I will update my review as time goes on if I encounter any problems. Otherwise, I would highly recommend these slippers, especially if you're a foot pain sufferer like me!
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C. Crossthwaite
4.0 out of 5 stars Pretty good if you have feet problems
Reviewed in Australia on April 17, 2021