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February 28, 2012 — Spenco Medical Corporation recently launched its spring 2012 footwear line.
For the first time ever, Spenco unveiled a full shoe, the Total Support Siesta. The Siesta features the Total Support footbed contour — a biomechanically accurate shape designed to promote foot alignment, offers motion control and Full-Contact Comfort. The shoe is designed using a custom last that provides a relaxed, comfortable fit in the toe and midfoot with a snug fit around the ankle.
For spring 2012, Spenco also introduced a new toe-post sandal style, the Total Support Quartet, and a wider variety of colors for the increasingly popular Total Support Sandal.
The Quartet is designed with a sporty strap that fully secures the foot in the sandal and offloads pressure from the ball of the foot. The style offers a more fashion-forward option for consumers who have historically not been able to wear flip-flop type sandals.
The 2012 line includes three additional stylish color options for the PolySorb Total Support sandal styles, Yumi and Kholo, for both men and women.
“As a leading manufacturer of doctor-recommended insoles, we are focused on using our 45 years of medical heritage to create innovative products that not only encourage overall foot health but provide a shape that feels great as well,” said Jeff Antonioli, global sales director for Spenco. “Expanding into the footwear industry allows us to blend orthotic-quality support with functional, fashionable styles consumers desire.”
All styles are available in both men’s and women’s sizes and can be found online and in retail stores.
Source: Spenco Medical Corporation, spenco.com