the Birkenstock Arizona Sandal can't say
enough good things about them. A lot of people are repeat
buyers...after many years of wear and tear on their original
purchase. The Arizona is the original two strap sandal and,
with ridges on the insole, slipping and sliding
them is not an
option. Most sandals are flat and uncomfortable but the
Birkenstock Arizona includes the arch support they are
famous for. And of course, after a week or so of wear, the
sandal has formed to the shape of your foot giving the wearer
even more comfort.
sandal can be worn year round in many parts of the country.
When I think of a sandal I imagine beaches and boardwalks. Not
with the Arizona sandal. They are addictive. There are some who
wear them to work, to the movies and even around the house as
slippers. They are that comfortable. In cooler weather a pair
of socks will keep your toes warm and your feet happy in their
many folk who suffer from various foot conditions such as heel
spurs, arthritis and flat feet. They make appointments with
their podiatrist who advises them the best thing for their feet
are the Birkenstocks and more specifically, the Arizona Sandal.
The Birkenstock design can also help people with bad
posture and back problems. Orthopedists swear by them. And
don't despair...there are over thirty different colors and
styles of the Arizona sandal for women alone. Pretty easy to
choose an "orthopedic" shoe right?
you find Birkenstocks on sale? Online
of course but also offline in outlet stores and larger
department stores such as Sears and Nordstrom. Because they are
manufactured in Europe they have European shoe sizes. Don't be
alarmed. Any good shoe store will have American equivalent
sizes available for comparison. Online prices are almost always
less expensive due to the competition among the internet
retailers. Be careful though to get the right size. Perhaps try
on a pair at a local store and then order over on the web.
Sneaky but well worth it. Most stores have a ship at your own
expense policy when returning a size that doesn't