Rhea Footwear – Technology With Style! | NewsWatch Review
Published on May 21, 2015
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Spring is upon us, so it is officially time to dress appropriately. Shorts, short-sleeves and most importantly those sandals that let your feet breathe. The freedom and comfort of sandals can come at a price though. After all, sandals are not the most stable footwear out there, especially when it comes to slippery surfaces. If you aren’t careful you could be one of the 2 million people who have slip-and-fall accidents that end in the hospital every year. This is why it's important that you have the proper foot “equipment” to avoid unnecessary accidents. Don’t worry though, because if you still want to feel safe while wearing your sandals, Rhea Sandals has got you covered.
With their innovative patented outsole technology, they just launched a Kickstarter campaign to bring their non-slip technology to sandals without sacrificing style. Rhea Sandals with outsoles made of Grip Tech solves the age-old dilemma of comfort versus safety. Whoever said functionality cannot be matched by style has clearly held back sandal technology by many years, until now. Their sandals, available for both men and women, have an extra strong fabric inside the thong so it never breaks apart or separates from the base for extreme durability. The women's sandals have added cushion memory foam while the men’s have added arch support. Again, we want to emphasize you will look good wearing these sandals. This is evident in the fact there will be 4 colors for men and 6 colors for women, so you need not worry about finding the right colors to match with.
Not only that, but easily the coolest thing about Rhea Footwear is their patented technology that is employed on the outsole. It basically feels like basketball shoes do on a court. Imagine that confident grip and traction, but instead you're wearing sandals on wet or slick surfaces. Check out Rhea Sandals and preorder a pair for June.
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