Noreen K from Clovis, Ca.
I wanted to say how much I really like them. I have fallen
arches and have spent so much money on shoes and
professional made inserts and nothing, I mean nothing has
helped me like their shoes. All of them. My daughter is now
wearing them also. She is 36years old and loves them too.
Thank you . Noreen (62yrs.old) from California.
Nicki S from Baltimore, Maryland
After suffering with MD prescribed orthotics for my plantar
fasciitis and developing a nerve impingement from same
orthotic, I was advised to try them. The Tide was the only
style available since it was still winter but from the
minute I tried them on I knew I would never wear any other
shoe. My foot pain is gone. The burning in my big toe is
gone! Anyone with any foot problem will understand what a
joy it is to be able to walk and stand without pain. I am
now a fan of them because I can try on the shoes and return
them if the fit is wrong and the cost is less. I wish more
styles would have 1/2 sizes but I would much rather have a
shoe that does not squeeze my toes yet still supports my
high arch as does this brand. I am a fan forever.
Lisa M from Baltimore, MD
So, I have wide feet and pronate (sp?), which mean I roll
inward. Typical flip flops only exacerbate the problem.
These Orthosoles flip flops absolutely counteract this, w/o
looking like a crazy orthopedic shoe. I do wish that it came
in a slimmer style, but maybe that's not possible given the
built-in insole. However, they're great for weekends and
running errands, or wearing to work (as long as I change
into my work shoes once I arrive). They look a lot like
Reefs, I think. A completely unique shoe. I'm thrilled I
found them. Tip: I had to break them in a bit, meaning the
straps dug into the top of my foot a little bit. I should
have worn Band-Aids, but I didn't. If you feel the
canvas-like straps digging into your feet, put on Band-Aids
before, not after. But that's probably obvious, I was just