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Tuesday, September 2, 2008
Women's Dress Sandal at REI (Near Paradise Valley Mall)
The Dansko Lolita Sandal:
For a dressier sandal that will work well in a casual work environment, this is an excellent choice. It has a thick, rigid sole that will protect the forefoot, midfoot, and rearfoot as well as a good strapping system that will help to biomechanically control the foot. It has leather straps and it is a more dressy sandal than the previously reviewed sandals.
Recommended for patients with: Forefoot problems such as hammertoes, metatarsalgia, mild bunions, mild Tailor's bunions, mild Morton's Neuroma, forefoot and midfoot osteoarthritis, degenerative joint disease and pain, mild LisFranc's Joint problems, and mild tendonitis.
This shoe is not recommended for: diabetic and neuropathic patients.
I give this sandal a rating of Eight-Toes on a scale of zero-toes (arch enemy) to ten-toes (foot friendly).
Posted by Doctor of Podiatry Discusses and Recommends Shoes. at 7:56 PM