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Did you know that tomorrow, June 19th is National Flip Flop Day? It is. Although, if I had my way, every day would be Flip Flop Day, but I know that flip flops aren’t the best shoe option…. they are bad for our feet.
I received a pair of Vionic’s Tide Flip Flops recently and these flip flops are perfect for every day wearing, now if I could just live in an area with warm weather all year round, I’d be in flip flops all the time.
Vionic flip flops are different then the average, flat as a board flip flops most of us wear, because they hug the arch of the foot for full support.
With Vionic’s podiatrist-designed, supportive Orthaheel Technology, the gravitational forces that cause the arch of the feet to collapse can be reversed, raising them back into their neutral position helping to re-align the entire leg and preventing plantar fasciitis, so wearers can move to move dynamically in complete comfort as intended.
Vionic with Orthaheel Technology offers the ONLY sandals recommended by both the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA) and renowned integrative medicine doctor,Andrew Weil, MD. Vionic. Vionic is also endorsed by celebrity fitness trainer Juliet Kaska’s (clientele includes Kerry Washington, Ali Larter, Stacy Keibler, Pink, Kate Walsh and more).
I love that Vionic flip flops are good for your feet, but especially love that they are pretty. Oftentimes, good for your feet and comfortable equals not so attractive. Not so for the Vionic sandals. They are stylish, and come in an array of colors to choose from.
I’m loving mine and you can count on me wearing my Vionic flip flops tomorrow on National Flip Flop Day (and for every chance I get for the rest of the summer)!
Will you be wearing flip flops on National Flip Flop Day?
Donna is a Professional Blogger, Brand Ambassador, Social Media Consultant, Freelancer, wife, and proud mom. Blog by Donna encompasses all that… she writes about family life and being a woman while weaving in articles about the brands and products she and her family love.