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What is "toe clawing" or "toe grabbing" and why don't I get it in Archies Jandals?Updated a year ago

"Toe clawing" or "toe grabbing" occurs when your toes claw down in an attempt to keep the jandal or sandal on your foot. This is a common problem that occurs with normal jandals that are flat, heavy, and loose and can eventually lead to serious consequences such as plantar fasciitis.

Archies Jandals however have a tighter strap, so they stick to your foot rather than the other way around. Plus they are extraordinarily light in comparison to regular jandals. 

If you want any more info please see this page on our website:  https://archiesfootwear.co.nz/pages/typical-issues


In Australia, we call jandals thongs which is why this video mentions Archies Arch Support Thongs. 😁

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