As a blogger, I may be compensated in some way (either pay, product, or experience) for sharing the post below All opinions are my own. ~Heidi
Do you pay much attention to the ads in your Facebook sidebar? Me either. But every once in awhile, something will catch me eye. Like the other week, for example, when I saw an ad for shoes that are good for those suffering from Plantar Fasciitis. The reason why it jumped out at me is because my friend suffers from Plantar Fasciitis. And, she and I are planning a trip to Walt Disney World this fall. She told me that she needed to find good shoes for all the walking that we’d be doing there. So, I clicked on the ad. And that’s when I found out about Therafit Shoes.
Therafit’s patented technology was developed to deliver comfortable women’s footwear with personalized comfort and support. Therafit Shoe worked very closely with Cornell University Professor Dr. Richard Lennihan, an avid runner and pioneering vascular surgeon, to create the unique patented technology used in every one of their products. Therafit’s goal is to improve how you feel throughout the day. By using multiple layers of cushioning and support with varying densities inside each and every shoe, the shock of each step is distributed downward and outward. The result is extremely comfortable shoes that cushion your foot on impact, helping to reduce the aches and pains that come from the stress of everyday activities. Durable materials provide a shoe product that can go the distance for both work and play.
Heidi Says . . .
I don’t have Plantar Fasciitis, but several years ago I had a heel spur. If you’ve ever experienced them, you know the pain that is associated with them. If not, pray you never get them! As a result of the extreme pain that I was in, I learned to not care so much about what my shoes looked like; but, rather, I started shopping for comfort. Honestly, I didn’t think it was possible to find comfortable and adorable shoes all rolled into one.
Then, a few weeks ago, I received these shoes in the mail and posted about them on Instagram (and Facebook):
I got a LOT of comments from friends, agreeing that the shoes were super cute and asking where I had gotten them. But, the real test, for me, came when my 22 year old daughter tried to sneak them away from me and have them for her very own! When you’re young daughter tries to steal something from you, you know it’s cute and not at all old-ladyish! Just sayin’ . . .
I truly adore these shoes and I think they are so stylish looking. Unfortunately, I have a wide foot (and am developing a bunion as well – can you say “old lady,” anyone?) and these shoes are just not wide enough for me across the top. For the sake of sharing my opinion on them, though, I did wear them around a bit. I love how cushiony they are inside and I think it’s such a neat feature to be able to remove the comfort adapters, as needed. I just wish they had been available in a wide width. If so, I’d probably never take them off!
I had my friend who suffers from Plantar Fasciitis stop in and try them on and she was really impressed with them. She said she’d love to have a pair for herself, as it’s hard to find good quality shoes designed specifically for foot issues.
And I will definitely be trying more styles from Therafit!
The Sienna Women’s Side Zip Sport Casual Shoe can be purchased from Therafit for $109. It’s available in 10 color choices (though the tan is definitely my favorite!) If you have a wide foot, I’d recommend ordering a 1/2 size larger than you normally wear; do the opposite if your foot is extra narrow.
Get 10% off your order by using code SHOP16.
***This post made possible by Therafit.***