YES, OUR SHOES LOOK GORGEOUS,
but there’s more ...
THAT’S RIGHT. JUST TRY ON A PAIR OF FITFLOP™ SANDALS, SHOES,
SNEAKERS, CLOGS OR BALLERINAS AND IT’S LIKELY YOU’LL FEEL
ONE OF OUR SMART TECHNOLOGIES KICK IN IMMEDIATELY.
Launched in our very first sandal nine years ago,
our patent-pending, triple-density Microwobbleboard midsole was engineered
by two pioneering British biomechanists. Delivering extraordinary comfort,
it not only helps absorb shock* but can also diffuse underfoot pressure,**
by instantly increasing the contact area of the foot to the midsole.
YOUR FOOT IN A
YOUR FOOT IN A
✝ With microwobbleboard midsole
Our triple-density technology
can disperse areas of high pressure
to provide instant relief to your feet
A bevelled, dense-elastic EVA
contact point ensures
SUPER-CUSHIONED heel strike
triple-density, ergonomic design increases
foot-to-midsole contact and promotes
AVAILABLE IN TWO WIDTH FITTINGS
ORIGINAL Microwobbleboard midsole has a GENEROUS FIT (an E width fitting).
STANDARD Microwobbleboard midsole has an AVERAGE FIT (a D width fitting).
Developed to give women world-class ergonomics and comfort,
our dual-density SUPERCOMFF™ midsole technology, allows us to discreetly
engineer world-class ergonomics and cush into traditionally slim shoe shapes.
Featured in our FF2™ collection by FitFlop, it’s designed to diffuse areas of
high pressure and is superlight, flexible and fabulous.
Slimline EVA midsole
is biomechanically engineered
for superb cushioning and
dual density midsole design
contact for advanced
underfoot pressure diffusion
Our SupercomFF midsole has an average fit (a D width fitting).
Microwobbleboard caution message
We recommend wearing these shoes progressively to avoid excessive muscle soreness. If you:
A) have any health concerns which you suspect may be aggravated by wearing them
B) are pregnant and/or
C) experience discomfort as a result of wearing Microwobbleboard footwear, please consult a medical practitioner before starting (or continuing) to wear FitFlop footwear.
* From studies conducted at London South Bank University and Salford University. ** In a study at Salford University in the UK, we pressure-mapped the soles of the participants’ feet. In the diagram (top), red,
orange and yellow indicate areas of higher pressure – which may ache over time – while blue and green illustrate low pressure – which feels good! *** Studies carried out at Salford University in January 2013.