OOFOS OOlalas in Women's Running!

April 20, 2017

OOFOS OOlalas in Women's Running!

 

We're so excited to be featured in the May issue of Women's Running! Our OOlalas are looking pretty good in this full color spread, but the best part is this amazing review from an OOFOS fan:                                                                

The Oofos Oolalas ($60, oofos.com) are the best recovery shoes ever! I can’t go back to my regular flip- flops because these are the most comfortable shoes to wear. They are completely amazing, especially after long runs and races! —Gentine Gaul Meagher on Facebook

The magazine feature highlights products that are used and loved by moms who run. These awesome women had some great recommendations, and we're honored to have made the list!

Pick up the May issue of Women's Running to see the shout out for yourself and get more fantastic product recommendations.                      





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