Recovery Footwear for the “Afterlife”

We put our feet through a lot.   Whether it’s putting in the miles on hard asphalt pavement, walking barefoot on the hardwood or tile floors at home, or squeezing your feet into sky-high heels, during our day-to-day lives, our feet surely take a beating.  Think about your life and the activities that you do that add stress to your feet.

We know the importance of taking care of our bodies in other ways—eating nutritious meals, exercising, getting proper sleep… so why do we neglect taking care of our feet?

Zappos recently published an article all about OOFOS being the perfect shoe for the afterlife. Not that afterlife… but the after a long run, hike, day on your feet, life.

You can read the full article by clicking here. Be sure to check out their style suggestions. 

 

The feet are such an important part of the human body.  In fact, according to an article from Everyday Health—did you know that your two feet contain more than 50 bones, accounting for about one-fourth of all the bones in your body? And that they also somehow fit more than 60 joints and 200 muscles, tendons, and ligaments that hold them together and help them move, all in two relatively small structures?  Now you can see why they need some TLC, just like other parts of your body.

After your feet have carried you to all of the places you want to go, they deserve a break, so remember to take care of them. A nice foot massage, moisturizing, getting a pedicure, and of course, wearing the right footwear, are great ways to pamper your feet.  

Check out OOFOS for your “afterlife” needs—slip them on after your next gym session, long day at work, or any activity. Your feet will thank you.

 Feel the OO!


Jackie Cunniff
Jackie Cunniff

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1 Response

Christine Ramsey
Christine Ramsey

July 16, 2018

After reading an article about your footwear, I have a question. Are any of your shoes designed to be worn all day, whether working or just running errands? I read in the article to put Oofos on AFTER a busy day on your feet, etc. Does that mean they aren’t interested to be with all the time? If so, how many hrs works be too many to wear them?

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