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Sandals Podowell - Dina (Red)

Color : Red - Width: Wide (Width H-D) - Available in sizes 2,5 UK - 4 US to 8 UK - 8,5 US

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Podowell - Dina (Red)
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This very feminine leather sandal holds the foot perfectly with its 3 points of adjustment. The 3 cm high heel also provides great stability. With a large stretch area on the inside of the foot, it is suitable for people with bunion. The removable insole can easily be replaced with a custom-made orthopedic insole. The sandal can be adapted to people with plantar fasciitis.

 

For which pathologies ?

  • Foot problem
  • Wide width
  • Bunions

Characteristics of the Dina from Podowell

This comfortable sandal for women is available in red color and in sizes 2,5 UK - 4 US to 8 UK - 8,5 US.

 

This sandal respects your bunion and avoids all the pain due to this pathology.

 

These comfortable sandals have more volume to preserve fragile, painful, swollen or deformed feet. The greater than normal width will help relieve your metatarsalgia by not compressing your toes laterally. This corresponds to an H or J width. It can accommodate wide feet as well as standard feet.

There is a very large opening allowing easy entry. This type of opening is particularly suitable for painful or poorly mobile feet.

 

To avoid pain due to toe deformities such as hammertoes or hallux valgus, there is a stretch forefoot to protect the sensitive areas of your feet.

 

The closure with 2 Velcros allows an optimal adjustment of the tightening even for people with a strong instep. This type of closure also allows easy donning and optimal support.

 

The rear foot is maintained by an adjustable rear strap for more stability.

 

Top :

  • Leather used in manufacturing to obtain a flexible and durable product.
  • Self-modeling stretch fabric area on the big toe that will adapt to your hallux valgus and considerably reduce friction and pain.

Lining :

  • The Onsteam® "High-tech" lining helps keep feet dry in all weathers thanks to maximum absorption and elimination of perspiration and a thermoregulation effect. It is an anti-microbial and antibacterial, anti-odor and hypoallergenic treated lining.

There are no protruding internal seams, which prevents conflicts between the foot and the shoe and thus friction and irritation.

 

The insole is perforated for optimal air circulation and rapid moisture wicking. It is covered in leather and built on a cushioning foam.

The insoles are removable and can be removed and replaced with orthopedic insoles.

 

Walk in complete tranquility with this outsole made of polyurethane. A very light, shock-absorbing, non-slip and flexible material.

The wide casing allows better stability when walking.

The non-slip and non-blocking sole has 2 non-slip pads on the support areas. The contour allows not to brake the foot during contact with the ground.

The sole is sewn all the way around for more resistance.

 

The heel height is 30 mm.

Instructions for use

You can adjust the volume of the shoe by leaving or removing the insole.

Maintenance tips

Dust off the leather, apply a shoe polish evenly and let dry. You can then polish with a soft cloth.

The stretch can be cleaned with a damp cloth.

Clean the insoles with a damp cloth and allow to air dry.

Choice of size

Dina sandals of the brand Podowell fit normally. We therefore advise you to choose your usual size.
To find your size easily, consult our size guide.
And if you still have a doubt about the choice of size and width, do not hesitate to contact us.

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