We were so excited when a sample of these shoes hot footed into the treats4chicks office as they are just....perfect! A great, great idea for all us girlies and a long time coming! Picture the scene. You are at a party having the time of your life donning your sexiest pair of skyscraper heels when suddenly (well after a few good hours of dancing the night away) you can take it no longer, the skyscrapers must go - your feet are killing you! step forward the afterparty shoe - folded neatly in your handbag, taking up no more room than a wallet and just as lightweight, they are equally as glamorous and gorgeous but significantly, extremely comfortable! Simply ditch the skyscrapers (well not literally) and replace with the afterparty shoes. Your feet will thank you.
Can double up as an ever so glamorous indoor slipper if you so desire...
Specially designed to bend so as to preserve the quality and function of the shoe! Split soled ready to fold up into their own little bag.
Commenting on the After Party Shoe, leading authority Olwen Finlay, said:
“The foot is a highly complex structure, composing of over 26 bones, 19 muscles and numerous tendons, but most of us are guilty of taking the health of our feet for granted. A little short-sighted when it is in fact our feet that can help to dictate our posture and the way we walk.
“Wearing high heels all night and then walking home in bare feet can inflict untold damage. The After Party Shoe is a revolutionary concept that is the outcome of a unique partnership between podiatrists and designers.
“Working together we have developed a genuine fold-up shoe that offers complete support across the foot to give comfort and protection.
“I would like to think that just as we all know the importance of eating five portions of fruit and vegetables a day and reducing our salt intake, soon the After Party Shoe will be at the top of the list of all health conscious women who want to look their best and keep their feet in shape.” Olwen Finlay MBE, FCSP, HT, DMS. Former Professor of Podiatry, Queen Victoria Hospital, Belfast.