Supracor’s St. Tropez Sandals
I am not a slave to fashion. I am a slave to comfort!
I have very bad feet, flat arches and a nasty angled bunion. Poor Curious was getting teased by his wife (yes, our very own Mo) last week because he was being picky about purchasing a pair of running shoes. I quickly came flying to his defense. Other than a decent fitting and comfortable bra (no this doesn’t apply to Curious), for me a comfortable pair of shoes is imperative. Without them you might as well render me useless for any walking, and besides, I become pretty darn grumpy.
Last month Evan and I took the family on a Disneyland vacation. This vacation required a great deal of walking and standing, and for a person with bad feet, these vacations can become more like days of agony because of the pain and throbbing of my feet.
Before we left, Supracor sent me some really fun spa accessories (bath mitt, facial sponges and stimulite® body scrubber), and I have thoroughly enjoyed using them in the shower. Little did I know, they use this same honeycomb material to create a plethora of other items, including a pretty sweet pair of sandals. Jami, they also carry an Equestrian line, just so you know. Horses need comfort too!
Fusing fashion and comfort, our St. Tropez sandals stimulate blood flow to enhance circulation and reduce fatigue. In addition to massaging the feet, the honeycomb absorbs shock. Naturally antifungal and antibacterial, St. Tropez sandals are constructed of two layers of flexible, fusion-bonded honeycomb with a slip-resistant bottom and an upper layer of perforated honeycomb that allows air and water to flow through, making them ideal for the spa, health club, pool or beach.
When I get the chance to wear these sandals (my daughter Amanda wears my same size and usually finds them before I do), they give my feet some a great shock-absorbing cushion, a little massage from the honeycomb mesh, and are a joy to wear. I love that they can be worn anywhere, and are perfect for the beach or pool. They dry out quickly, and do not get stinky like many of my sandals do. These sandals are pricey for flip-flops ($60), but seem very durable and should last for years. If you are looking for a wonderful gift to a well deserving pair of feet, I would recommend purchasing a pair of Supracor’s St. Tropez Sandals.
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