Vionic Elevated Stanton Slip-On Shoes

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Elevate your look and help align your body in Vionic Elevated Stanton Slip-On Shoes

This sleek bootie shows that wedges can help feet feel better. Acclaimed Australian podiatrist Phillip Vasyli invented Orthaheel to help provide heel pain relief while improving your body alignment, posture and walking gait. The ingenuity is in the removable orthotic insole, which helps reclaim your foot’s natural alignment with a contoured arch support and deep heel cup. Twin elastic panels add plenty of stretch for easy on / off and a just-right fit. Choose leather or suede. Orthotic-Friendly.

Features & Benefits of Vionic with Orthaheel Technology Elevated Stanton Slip-On Shoes:
  • Removable, podiatrist-designed orthotic insole helps support, stabilize and naturally realign your feet for better posture and balance.
  • Durable, textured rubber outsole provides traction to help keep you confident on your feet.
  • Deep heel cup and raised arch support help hold your foot in the proper position on the insole for better stability.
  • Side elastic panels stretch for a customized fit.
 
Other Important Information About Vionic with Orthaheel Technology Elevated Stanton Slip-On Shoes:
  • Heel Height: 2 1/4".
  • Material Content: leather or suede upper, jersey / microfiber upper lining, microfiber sockliner, EVA insole, rubber outsole.
  • Care: Wipe off with a damp cloth. Air dry.
  • Imported.
 
About Vionic with Orthaheel Technology: Fashion-inspired in styles for every season, from sparkly thong sandals to animal-print boots. Podiatrist-designed to help relieve heel pain, acclaimed Australian podiatrist Phillip Vasyli invented Orthaheel Technology to help provide heel pain relief while improving body alignment, posture and walking gait. Just like the tires on a car, improper alignment of feet can cause wear and tear to other parts of the body, such as the knees, hips and lower back.