Therafit has created fashionable, comfortable shoes – perfect for all hours of a woman’s day. Co-developed by Dr. Lisa Masterson, of the Emmy award-winning series, ‘The Doctors’, Therafit believes in empowering women to embrace wellness in all aspects of their lives.
Endorsed by the National Posture Institute, their patented technology provides cushioning and support helping to reduce the aches and pains that come from the stress of everyday activities. Therafit Shoe worked very closely with Cornell University Professor Dr. Richard Lennihan, an avid runner and pioneering vascular surgeon, to create the unique patented technology used in every one of our products. Utilizing the patented Personalized Comfort System (PCS), each shoe lets you adjust the impact protection and cushion level to fit your personal needs. You decide what works best for you.
I swear these shoes were designed specifically for me! I have more troubles with my feet and have struggled for many years. My arches aren’t high enough, plantar fasciitis, toe issues, tendon issues – you name it. I need just the right amount of comfort, just the right amount of support, impact resistant, and attractive. I can tell you right now if they needed an ambassador for their shoes – I am their gal.
I was surprised when I tried these on – for all the layers of support and protection they have I was expecting them to be heavier and bulkier. But they are no heavier than any other shoe I have. I chose the Alexa Woman’s Sneaker Coral Orange/Blue and love them. I wish I could wear them all day at work – perhaps they could be disguised as black dress shoes… They are designed to relieve stress on the lower body and I can say my hips and knees have been hurting a whole lot less since I have been wearing these when not at work. I am sure as I continue to wear them I will become even more comfortable. I wear them for everything other than at work when I can’t. I wear them to work out, walk, spend time with the kids – even just walking around the house because I can use that arch support all the time.
If you struggle with any lower body discomfort – I highly recommend trying these shoes. They carry more than just athletic shoes – they also carry casual shoes, uniform shoes, walking shoes and sandals. Next summer a pair of their sandals will definitely be a part of my wardrobe – getting a little chilly in New England at the moment for them right now.
Therafit is also a socially conscious organization. They support animal rescues and adoptions and that is so near and dear to my heart – I applaud them for their support. They support children through education, arts funding, wellness programs and special needs inclusion – again, this goes straight to my heart strings since I have special needs children who need all the support they can get. And finally they support research and development for health issues for women and their community outreach through Therafit’s One Step Forward Giving Program. All great social supports and definitely doing what they can to make a difference in the world and in our lives.
One lucky The Stuff of Success reader will win a pair of Therafit Shoes. The prize will be sent directly to the winner from Therafit Shoes. Please allow 6-8 weeks for shipping. The giveaway will run until 11/05/2014 at 11:59pm EST. The winner will be chosen randomly via Giveaway Tools and will be announced on the Giveaway Tool Widget. Any taxes or other charges that may be part of the prize are the winner’s sole responsibility. The giveaway is open to United States residents only. You must be over 18 years of age and you guarantee that you are eligible by entering. We reserve the right to cancel any giveaway. No purchase is necessary. One entry per person per household.
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