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- Synthetic sole
- Shaft measures approximately Low-Top" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1.25"
- Platform measures approximately 1. inches
- Rubber sole
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Stay cool and comfortable in the Propet Pedic Walker. This womens sandal features a rocker profile and hand stitched construction for flexibility. The adjustable hook and loop closures provide a better fit in this Propet shoe set in a supple nubuck or smooth leather upper. The padded collar and internal heel counter combined with the removable molded rubber contoured insole with built-in arch and metatarsal support provide the ultimate in summertime comfort. Take summer by storm in the Propet Pedic Walker.
The Propet Pedic Walker sandal will ensure that your feet are ultra-comfortable--and that you look great. It features a leather upper with dual hook-and-loop straps, a closed back, and an open toe. It's engineered for superior comfort, with an extra-volume construction for a relaxed fit and a padded collar. An extended heel counter provides all-day support, while the removable Poliyou air insole provides cushioning, along with moisture- and odor-absorption. The EVA orthotic is removable for customization, but fastens with hook-and-loop tape for stable wear.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B000CQE22E
- Item model number: W0089
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 21, 2002
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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I have multiple problems with my feet (diabetic neuropathy, psoriatic arthritis, and hives) Being disabled, I was hesitant to spend so much on a single pair of shoes, but I needed some relief - just to walk. Sneakers are out of the question for me, because my toes and feet will burn and swell, so I needed something with (at least) an open toe.
After reading the rave reviews, I decided to buy a pair because I was going on a trip and walking was going to be required. The purchase went through without a hitch and arrived on time. I excitedly opened them and tried them on. They fit perfectly. At first they were a relief, then about an hour later, the pain began. I tried loosening the velcro straps, but they would not stay closed. OK, I can work with that, I thought. I took them to a local shoe repair shop where I was charged $25 to add more velcro so the straps would stay in place. It did help some, but then the straps began to chafe the top of my feet, cutting into the skin - NOT pleasant. I had no choice but to wear them on my trip - I had no other choice. I did add gel inserts for the ball of my foot and it did not make a difference.
Let me just say that the leather sides and back were very soft and flexible - they did not chafe or cause my heals/ankles to blister. However, the pain I experienced while walking was nothing short of excruciating. Hobbling along, I couldn't go sightseeing. Even sitting in a restaurant, I had to slip them off just to get some relief.
I wish I had a better experience, but sadly, they have been replaced by a $16 pair of sandals from Kmart. While they are not perfect, the pain has subsided enough for me to walk at least a short distance. I won't be buying another pair of Propet shoes or recommending them to anyone. If you choose to purchase these, I wish you the best. Many people love them. They just did not work for me.
I will continue to buy quality shoes like Naot, Aravon, or Mephisto. They may cost a lot initially, but they last for years, not two months. This was definitely not a cost savings.