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Ladies Ultra Wide Slippers 4E-6E

By Edd Hartley 2 years ago 3121 Views No comments

Ladies Ultra Wide Slippers 4E-6E

Sandpiper extra wide fitting ladies slippers are designed to give you extra depth, ideal for wide or swollen feet. Most styles are machine washable and sanitised for extra freshness.

Today we look at the main features of Selina, Sophie and Wendy. All of which feature Ultra wide fitting, 2 in 1 fitting system and non-slip outdoor sole. All offer amazing comfort and features to cater for awkward or problem feet.

Mens Ultra Wide Slippers 4E-6E

By Edd Hartley 2 years ago 4317 Views No comments

Men's Ultra Wide Slippers 4E-6E

For men who suffer from swollen feet and ankles, Sandpiper can offer an unrivalled selection of slippers that meet the needs of those who require something other than regular shoe sizes.

Today we look at the main features of Steve, Gary, Walter and Wesley. All of which feature Ultra wide fitting, 2 in 1 fitting system and non-slip outdoor sole. When nothing else will fit, take a look at Walter and Wesley which feature the fold flat capability.

Ladies Extra Wide Bootee Slippers 4E-6E

By Edd Hartley 2 years ago 2118 Views No comments

Ladies Extra Wide Bootee Slippers

VAL

Val is the best looking bootee slipper you will find for swollen feet and is a consistently popular style with our customers.

VERA

For those who want something a little more exciting on their feet, Vera is a bright, great looking style where you won't have to sacrifice any comfort to look great.

The wide opening and the supportive extra long touch fastening strap make this a really practical slipper, rated 5/5 by our customers on independent product review site Feefo.

Sensitive Feet

By Edd Hartley 2 years ago 4166 Views No comments

As we all get older, our feet change shape, and often we lose some of the natural padding on the bottom of our feet, that is present in younger years. Foot pain should not be considered normal, and should be addressed by consulting a professional.

Keeping Feet Healthy

By Edd Hartley 2 years ago 1730 Views No comments

Keep your feet clean by washing them every day in warm soapy water, but don’t soak them for too long, as this may destroy the natural oil of your skin. After washing, dry your feet thoroughly, especially between the toes. Apply moisturising cream all over the foot, except for between the toes and use a pumice stone or foot file to gently remove hard skin and calluses.

Feet deserve the best, as you depend on them for a lot! Treat your feet to regular care and treatment by a Podiatrist or Chiropodist.