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Socks and Sandals Can Be Cool

Well, we’re back. It’s been quite a hiatus, but we’re ready to get back to blogging about foot and shoe stuff. To ease back into the saddle we thought we’d share a video we came across while channel surfing the other day. Take a look. And smile. Click Here To SHOP at Happy Feet Plus

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Janes Picks – Arizona Hunter Brown Soft Footbed

Although the weather outside is getting cooler, it’s warm enough inside to still wear your Birkenstock sandals. This week I’ve selected Birkenstock’s Hunter Leather Arizona with a soft footbed. Top quality leather, super soft footbed, and 25% off. Get yours now before the holiday rush. Click Here To SHOP at Happy Feet Plus

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Read The Label

  We occasionally get calls from customers who don’t understand the Birkenstock box and footbed labeling. Here’s a short tutorial that should clear up most of your questions. All Birkenstock brands (Birkenstock, Alpro, Birki’s, Footprints, Papillio, and Tatami) use similar labeling. The important elements on the BOX LABELS include: Width Footprint (A) Sizes in Euro, Metric, and U.S. (B) Item Number – including width reference (C) Other Info – product image; product name; upper material and color; footbed liner material,…

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Looking Dull and Dry?

  Last weekend I did a clean up on my Birkenstock Arizona sandals. Part of the process was giving the exposed cork a healthy dose of Cork Life. It was apparent that I had exposed the Arizonas to a bit too much water. The cork was dull and dry. They really needed the Cork Life to seal and protect against further damage. Proper maintenance of the cork will help you get the maximum life out of any sandal or clog….

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Are You Pregnant and Do Your Feet Hurt 2? ?>

Are You Pregnant and Do Your Feet Hurt 2?

As you might guess, my perspective on footwear is biased. Happy Feet Plus sells footwear that emphasizes health and comfort. I look for information that reinforces our opinions on “proper footwear” when I write these blogs. In all of the research I did, as in-exhaustive as it might be, I never saw that anyone recommend that pregnant women should wear pointy-toed high heeled shoes or flip-flops. Instead, the consistent theme is flat or low-heeled shoes with a wide toe box…

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Are You Pregant and Do Your Feet Hurt? ?>

Are You Pregant and Do Your Feet Hurt?

  OK, so I’m a guy and can’t fully appreciate the effects that pregnancy bestows on a woman’s body. Although if I knew then, when she was pregnant oh so many years ago, what I know now my wife would have been at least a bit more comfortable. You may hate for saying this, but do your toes look like sausages stuffed into your shoes? It’s not your fault, you’ve just got the wrong shoes. Normally a woman will wear…

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Guys Like Birkenstocks Too ?>

Guys Like Birkenstocks Too

I just read a comment from one of the blog readers and was surprised. The author is a male who has an interest in distributing foot health information, but he was unaware that Birkenstock made footwear for guys. What a wonderful world this guy has been missing! If there’s one person who doesn’t know that there are Birkenstocks for men, there are probably thousands (tens, or hundreds of thousands, or more?) of guys wondering around with sore feet. Well guys,…

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