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Walford Ladies Extra Wide Stretch Shoes

By Edd Hartley 2 years ago 5246 Views No comments

Our popular Walford Ladies Stretch Shoe is now also available in Brown or Navy.

The styling is stylish yet understated, whilst the shoe features our elastane stretch feature, where the entire forepart of the shoe is made from super stretchy elastane material! Perfect for those with sensitive feet or problem toes!

NEW Zurich Ultra Wide Ladies Shoes 6E-8E

By Edd Hartley 3 years ago 15249 Views No comments

NEW FOR SPRING 2017

Zurich Ladies Extra Wide Shoes

New for 2017 is Zurich an ultra wide and extra deep 6E-8E fitting shoe. The Sandpiper range has not included such a wide fitting shoe for a few seasons but due to customer demand the 6E-8E fitting is back

Walford/Walmer Elastane Extra Wide Shoes 4E-6E

Our elastane stretch fitting styles, Walford and Walmer, offer a perfect solution for those with awkward toes, bunions or problem feet.


NEW Fife Extra Wide Ladies Shoes 4E-6E

By Edd Hartley 3 years ago 10681 Views No comments

NEW FOR SPRING 2017

Fife Ladies Extra Wide Shoes

New for 2017 is Fife an extra wide 4E-6E fitting shoe that has been designed as the result of customer demand.

Based on our popular sling back style Ferring, Fife offers the same great features and closed-in toe area but with the back-in giving great padding and support around the ankle and heel.

As with many of the Sandpiper Extra Wide shoes, Fife and Ferring offer the ultimate in comfort and adjustment for those people who struggle to find comfortable footwear because of medical conditions such as Bunions, Hammertoes or Diabetes. In particular, the deep toe box is really accommodating for problem toes.

Orthotics & Supports

By Edd Hartley 3 years ago 4578 Views No comments

Orthotics

Orthotics and arch supports are regularly recommended by physiotherapists, podiatrists and orthotists for the relief of foot pain, heel pain, shin pain, knee pain and back pain. Often, a biomechanical mal-alignment or lack of stability from the foot region can cause abnormal loads on the tissues of the foot and heel, shin, knee or back pain can develop as a result.

Fitting orthotics to ordinary shoes, can negatively affect the balance of the shoe, and also make it difficult to achieve a good fit, as the extra depth of the insole in the shoe lifts the foot slightly out of the shoe. The Sandpiper design, incorporates one or sometimes two removable insoles, so that the extra depth of an orthotic can be compensated by removing the insole in the shoe, and ensure a snug fit against the foot, and maintain the balance of the shoe.


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Corns and Calluses

By Edd Hartley 3 years ago 6194 Views 2 comments

Corns and calluses are areas of hard, thickened skin that develop when the skin is exposed to excessive pressure or friction. They commonly occur on the feet and can cause pain and discomfort when you walk.