Anti-Bacterial Lining, Arch Support, Crash Pad, Front Thong Strap, Heel Cup, Heel Lift
Achilles Tendonitis, Arch Pain, Bunions, Calluses, Claw Toes, Corns, Flat Feet, Forefoot Pain, Hammer Toes, Plantar Fasciitis (Heel Pain)
Casual, Recovery, Relaxation
EVA, Rubber, Synthetic Materials
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SPENCO® Yumi Plus for Men
Available in Sizes US (Men) 7 – 13.
Colours: Carbon Pewter.
Yes – We wish that Spenco made the Yumi Plus in more colours too. But try them on, and you’ll find that these comfortable no-frills orthopaedic sandals don’t need frivolous things like colours to be effective.
Recommended for Men with Arch Pain, Bunions, Plantar Fasciitis, Forefoot Pain, Corns, Calluses, and Achilles Tendonitis.
Flip flops rarely get healthier than these. The Yumi Plus is a casual sandal built with serious orthotic-grade support features. One of our best recommendations for rehabilitating painful and uncomfortable foot conditions.
Got Arch Pain? Plantar Fasciitis? Achilles Tendonitis?
Spenco’s got that covered with their proven Total Support® footbed.
There’s arch support and a heel cup for bringing relief and stability to your plantar fascia. That’s the hardworking ligament in your foot that hurts when overstrained and inflammed.
In case you want to look taller too – there’s a +5mm high heel lift in the rear for taking pressure off your achilles tendon.
Forefoot Pain? Are you a heavy front stepper?
Metatarsal pad to the rescue! Spenco’s Total Support® footbed comes with added support for your metatarsals. You will also appreciate the shock absorbtion and non-marking grip built into the Yumi Plus’s outsoles.
Smelly or Sweaty Feet?
Like all Spenco footwear, the Yumi Plus features antimicrobial construction. This means that they’ll last a while without odours building up!
Accepted by the American Podiatric Medical Association (APMA).
Want this? We won’t sell it to you without a proper foot assessment and fitting session.
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