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Jane’s Picks – Alpro P250 Sandals ?>

Jane’s Picks – Alpro P250 Sandals

What looks like a Birkenstock Arizona, has a slip-resistant sole, the footbed of a Birki’s and is 25% off? If you guessed the ALPRO P250, you’re right! If you don’t recognize the ALPRO brand, click here to learn more. Want to know about the Birki’s/ALPRO footbed, click here. Want to buy one, click here. Click Here To SHOP at Happy Feet Plus

Stinky Footwear – There is a Fix ?>

Stinky Footwear – There is a Fix

It may not be PC to talk about stinky shoes, but let’s face it – stinky shoes do happen. Shoes stink because feet sweat. Well, not directly but that’s where it begins. Your feet sweat and make the insides of your shoes damp. Guess what likes damp dark places? Bacteria! And the bacteria likes to eat your dead cells and oils from your skin. Of course once the bacteria has feasted the next step is the creation of waste products….

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Birkenstock Footbeds are Cool – Keep Them That Way ?>

Birkenstock Footbeds are Cool – Keep Them That Way

You know that summer is right around the corner and it will soon be time to wear your Birkenstock sandals all the time. Summer care of your Birks begins with keeping them away from high heat situations. You don’t want to toss your Birks in the back seat of the car with the sun beating down. If it is 86 degrees outside and the sun is shining, the temperature inside the car can reach upwards of 150 degrees! Temperatures that…

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Footbed Differences

How many of y’all know that the Birkenstock family includes ALPRO, Birki’s, Footprints, Birki’s, Papillio and ALPRO footbeds have more curviness to them. You’ll have to read on to get more information about those footbeds.) All Birkenstock sandals and clogs have a toe bar about half way between the metatarsal arch and the front of the footbed. The toe bar, like the heel cup, helps provide stability and control. Birki’s, Papillio, and ALPRO footbeds also have exceptional lateral, metatarsal, and…

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