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- All man made uppers/liners
- Decorative buckle detailing across vamp
- Flexible and lightweight rubber outsole with patterned tread helps improve traction
- Invented by leading Australian podiatrist Phillip Vasyli this shoe features biomechanical orthotic technology that supports your feet and helps realign the lower legs reducing over-pronation and associated aches and pains
- Received APMA Seal of Acceptance
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For the confident and fashionable, the Vionic Sophia from Orthaheel shoe looks flatout amazing no matter how its paired.
- Product Dimensions: 1 x 1 x 1 inches
- Shipping Weight: 1.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00E0P21P8
- Date first available at Amazon.com: July 18, 2013
- Average Customer Review:
Top Customer Reviews
Updated: after trying to stretch the toe box through different methods: i.e. water/freezing, blow dryer, etc. the toe box never stretch. My foot is too wide and was very painful to walk. I returned product.
out of town, they chewed up the back of my feet! Sooo painful. I wish Dr. Weil would cut these down behind the achilles tendon.
I also had blisters on the other foot. they look good but deceptively comfy they're not.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The shoe is nice however the front part is a little too narrow and the buckle hurts my toes.Published 12 days ago by SM
Terrible finish! I bought these in October and have worn them about 5x. The outer layer is cracking and peeling off. They look years old. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Elaine M Meyers
My feet were bleeding within the first hour of wearing these. They cut into the achilles tendon pretty badly. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Aleatha
Narrow toe box and the back part takes some breaking in. Not quite what I was looking for, will take some breaking in. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Rachel Chamberlain
I returned the item - I had to pay the $15 postage. They were $30+ only so it wasn't a good deal for me. If they had fit better, I probably would have kept them.Published 5 months ago by Amy Anderson