Birkenstock Gizeh 043663 Black Patent-Width Narrow
Sandals orthopedic Birkenstock Gizeh 043663 Black Patent model for walk close in the birko-flor made in Germany, width regular.
In the course of our life, no other part of our body is not subjected to as much pressure as our feet. They provide the body's balance, absorb shock and support the total body weight. That is why the footwear Birkenstock are designed to provide optimum support to your feet.
The foot bed
The eight steps Birkenstock to have healthy feet
1. More space for the toes
Allows the toes to move naturally, which leads to a better balance and excellent health of the toes in their entirety.
2. The bead spacer to the toes
Allows adhesion of the natural foot, thus improving the circulation.
3. The contour of the foot bed
Supports the shape and contours of a foot and keep them in good health. The four arches help to distribute the pressure and stabilize the foot.
4. The casing of the heel
A profile of heel neutral, and drilled the guard in place and allows for better support while helping the natural alignment of the spine.
5. Outsole that absorbs shock
Flexible, durable, lightweight, resistant to shock and is removable.
6. Jute fibre
Two layers of jute. The one wicks away moisture, the other reinforces the outsole, making its replacement easier.
7. Foot bed cork
Made of natural cork, it offers not only a very good damping of shocks, but also a great flexibility, which promotes a healthy posture of the body.
8. The lining of the foot bed
A sweden flexible in a way that creates a healthy environment for the foot.
In the 1960s, Birkenstock introduced its "lady health", responding to the needs of a growing number of consumers seeking quality shoes, comfortable and quite unique. Since they ensure that the foot is well supported, these sandals improve the entire posture of the body, which automatically makes a sense of well-being. Several collections have been developed to meet the needs the specific of our clients. For example, our hooves
medical are tailored to workers in the healthcare environment.