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With the Strive orthotic insole you can now enjoy the same comfort and healthy goodness of Strive… in other footwear! Wear them in work shoes to walking boots and enjoy healthy support everywhere you go. It’s an exact replica of our Biomechanical Footbed Technology found in all our footwear and has the same luxury natural leather sock as our orthotic sandals.
Midsole: Lightweight EVA for a 'walking on air' sensation
Sock: Luxury, natural and breathable leather
WHY STRIVE IS DIFFERENT
Your feet aren't 2-dimensional, so why wear footwear with a flat footbed?
Utilising our extensive knowledge and experience, all Strive footwear incorporates our podiatrist designed 'Biomechanical Footbed Technology', which re-designs a classic flat footbed to the natural 3-dimensional contours of your feet.
HOW THIS BENEFITS YOU
Comfort as nature intended - By this we mean comfort that is not artificially created with excessive cushioning. Instead, created through supporting your feet in the very position they are designed to be held in.
Helps improve posture and reduce harmful stresses - Mapping the unique contours of your feet, our orthotic footbed technology may help to improve posture and reduce harmful stresses placed upon your feet and body - a contributing factor associated with many common aches and pains:
Strive Footwear can help with:
*NOTE: Elevated sandals only up to size 8
All our sandals and slippers are generous in size.
All our boots, shoes and active footwear are true to size.
All Strive Footwear is a standard D+ width fitting
The unique contours of our Biomechanical Footbed TechnologyTM work to support your feet in their natural position so it may feel 'different'.
We recommend wearing the footwear for one hour on the first day
To clean classic leathers, wipe gently with a damp cloth and leave to dry fully out of direct sunlight.
We DO NOT recommend using any solvents.
Keep out of extreme temperatures.