Many of the walking shoes previously sold through some of our clinics have been discontinued and replaced with with newer styles.
The Orthaheel range of flip flops (thongs as Aussies know them) and sandals still remain a very popular alternative to closed footwear and orthotics in the warmer months. We have listed just some of the older walking shoe styles below which are now only available in very limited sizes...
Walking Shoes NEWS FLASH...
Unfortunately, Orthaheel has chosen to discontinue the shoes listed on this page so only limited sizes are available.
We apologise for any inconvenience.
The LEISURE WALKER
The Leisure Walker is a broad fitting mens shoe which displays all the important features of a good walking shoe i.e. supportive heel counter, flexion where the toes bend, removable footbed for those who wear orthotics, etc.
BEWARE ladies with rather wide feet. This shoe is probably not suitable for your foot width.
The shoe is reasonably well priced at $ 119.95 plus postage and handling and can be purchased by phoning
Podiatry Care on Ph: (08) 8265 4130
Here's a CRUCIAL Tip...
If you're a lady with a wide foot, go for the mens Lifestyle Walker shoe for the extra width.
On the other hand if you are a man with a very narrow foot, go for the womens Lifestyle Walker.
This shoe did come in either BLACK or WHITE and was best suited to those looking for a casual shoe to replace your old sneakers. This type is footwear appears to be a little softer under foot, but still displays good support. It was a reasonable walking shoe in this price bracket because of its extra cushioning properties.
A WORD OF WARNING
Purchasing the wrong shoes can make life very uncomfortable, so have your shoes fitted correctly by someone who knows what they're doing. This is where we can help.
Phone Podiatry Care on Ph: (08) 8265 4130 and have your shoes fitted correctly this time.
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