Posted by Hope at 9:03 AM Labels: athletic shoes, flats to go, footwear, kushyfoot, kushyfoot flats, review
Have you ever felt the need to slip out of your heels and into something a little more comfortable? After a long day on your feet, putting on a comfy pair of shoes can make all the difference! Although I don't wear heels very often, I do sometimes get achy feet after a day in my dress shoes. For example, after Church on Sunday, sometimes we'll do some grocery shopping, have lunch out...and we end up spending several hours walking around, while I'm still in dress shoes. So, I was excited when I received a pair of Kushyfoot Flats To Go for review!
The idea behind Kushyfoot Flats to Go is simple; a soft, comfortable shoe that you can roll up and slip into your purse. That way when you're done at Church or some event where you're on your feet in heels, you can change into a comfortable yet stylish pair of flats! These are extremely comfy (I know I'm overusing that word, but it's the best way to describe these!). The flats feature an elastic back so it stretches to fit your foot. These Flats To Go also have a unique sole that actually massages your feet as you walk. Perfect for relief from shoes that are too tight, and cramp your feet! I have never worn a more comfortable pair of shoes! I also like that they can go with a dressy outfit, or pair with denim and tee for a casual look.
My package also came with a pair of Kushyfoot Microfiber Socks, and I was very pleased with these as well. Again, these feature the Kushyfoot signature wavy sole, that gives your feet a relaxing massage with each step. I like pairing these with my dress shoes, as it provides some relief from any aching, and then, of course, they look great with the Flats To Go that I slip into as soon as possible!
Check out Kushyfoot for yourself-your feet will thank you!
Disclaimer: I was not monetarily compensated in any way for this review; I did receive product for the purpose of review. All thoughts and opinions are mine; all quotes taken from the Kushyfoot website. I was not required to post favorably about the product or company.