Sanuk Women’s Yoga Sling 2 Flip Flop,Black,8 M US

September 19, 2018 - Comment

These are second to none! Product Features Thong flip-flop featuring stretch fabric straps with wrapped toe post Padded yoga-mat footbed Happy U rubber sponge outsole Machine wash cold with color-safe detergent, no dryer Footbed made from real yoga mat with a sealed edge

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(as of August 20, 2019 10:44 pm GMT+0000 - Details)

These are second to none!

Product Features

  • Thong flip-flop featuring stretch fabric straps with wrapped toe post
  • Padded yoga-mat footbed
  • Happy U rubber sponge outsole
  • Machine wash cold with color-safe detergent, no dryer
  • Footbed made from real yoga mat with a sealed edge

Comments

Scano The Mano says:

My Plantar Fasciitis is Very Happy Today!!! OK, folks, I don’t often leave product reviews, but the moment these amazing sandals/flip-flops were placed upon my feet, I swear I could hear my little tootsies SING! I have plantar fasciitis, and so I need supportive, cushy footwear. My feet are also a bit on the chubby side, so I can’t wear “normal” sandals because they are always too tight…which means I normally just have to settle for flip flops, which are not always the perfect match for the outfit and situation that I am in.These sandals are perfect! They look dressy enough to wear with a nice summery dress out to dinner, and yet not so stuffy that I couldn’t throw on a pair of short and a t-shirt and head out to the park. They are a DREAM to walk in!!! The “strap” material is stretchy enough to accommodate moving around and walking, and yet supportive enough to feel like these shoes won’t fall off. They do give a very slight tug back into place, if that makes sense. The cushion is perfectly…

Amazon Customer says:

t like closed shoes – my feet don’t swell and aren’t … Ok, I put these sandals through the ultimate test: Disney World.I’m overweight, and I don;t like closed shoes – my feet don’t swell and aren’t deformed or anything like that, I’m just accustomed to wearing sandals. So I started off in Magic Kingdom w/ my Addidas sneakers. This lasted a full two hours. I switched into my yoga slings and began to walk… and walk…and walk some more…and we walked until our backs were screaming. However, my feet were happy. Tired and achy, but NOTHING like what the sneakers or regular sandals do to your feet when you risk taking them to theme parks. That was day 1. Day 2, we went to Epcot – I wore my sandals ALL DAY LONG. I was the HAPPIEST in my group. No pain, walking was a breeze, and the head didn’t make your feet sweat as much with these on. I wore them again on Day3…Ya’ll, I’ve NEVER worn sandals to ANY theme park out fear of that burning sensation after walking too much. These are legit. I literally wear them for my daily walks,…

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