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New Wedge Sandals for Spring: Something to Walk About

Step into spring in style and comfort with dynamic new wedge sandals from Orthaheel and Weil Integrative Footwear. Using patent pending technology and created with the world class re-aligning and aided-motion technology the line is sought after for, these wedges allow feet, ankles and legs to function dynamically as they were intended. Thus supporting healthy feet hips and backs promoting health and well being.


ORTHAHEEL’s Kelly wedge scales new heights. It features a two-inch wedge heel providing fashion and function, and faux snakeskin straps and earthy embellishments add to the worldly, feminine feel. Style and support intertwine in the Ramba, a new toe post wedge sandal. Braded straps give women fashion while a soft microfiber-covered footbed add to the function of the shoe. The Kelly and the Ramba wedges both retail for $99.95. For additional information visit www.orthaheelusa.com.





WEIL INTEGRATIVE FOOTWEAR’s nautical inspired Serenity and Calm wedges allow women to throw caution to the wind. Both styles feature a two-inch wedge with supreme foot support from triple-density EVA cork footbeds. Soft leather uppers add to the comfort factor in both styles and woven detailing along the bottom ups the fashion factor. The Serenity retails for $129.95 and the Calm for $199.95, both available in white, red, cobalt and black. For additional information visit www.weilbeing.com.

About Orthaheel

Australian Podiatrist, Phillip Vasyli introduced the award-winning Orthaheel brand in 1991 in order to reach an even larger audience of people struggling with heel, knee, leg and lower back pain. Guided by “think tank” advisors, new technologies in Vasyli Medical orthotics will continue to provide the foundation for the Orthaheel brand. In addition to orthotics, Orthaheel’s unique technology is a built-in staple for its collection of shoes, sandals and slippers. Orthaheel offers the only sandals recommended by both the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and America’s leading wellness doctor, Andrew Weil, MD.

About Weil Integrative Footwear

The Weil Integrative Footwear Collection is created in collaboration with Vasyli LLC, whose founder, Australian podiatrist Phillip Vasyli, is among the worlds leading producers of orthotics. The line’s primary styles include sandals and casual and walking shoes for women. Each design incorporates the proprietary AMS Aided Motion System footbed technology developed by Vasyli. Dr. Weil donates all of his post-tax profits from sales of Weil Integrative Footwear products directly to the Weil Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting integrative medicine through training, education and research. For more information, please visit www.weilbeing.com.

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