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About Aussie Soles

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PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY THE AMERICAN PODIATRIC MEDIAL ASSOCIATION

PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY THE AMERICAN PODIATRIC MEDIAL ASSOCIATION

Aussie Soles is proudly supported by the American Podiatric Medical Association.


159

159 respondents from the College of Podiatry took our survey in November 2019.

95%

95% have treated foot pain from plantar fasciitis in the last month.

98%

98% would recommend Aussie Soles as a healthy alternative to flat sandals.

93%

93% would recommend Aussie Soles for recovery after exercise.


Ann Anderson | PENNANT HILLS CLINIC

"Excellent thong, I would buy them for myself and my daughters."

Andrew Watson | SOUTHERN PODIATRY CLINIC

"A well designed thong that gives support and still looks cool."

Vanessa Hadchiti | PODIATRY FIRST

"It's very light, comfortable and supportive."

YOUR GUIDE TO HEALTHY SOLES

Get the low-down on handling the most common foot problems suffered by Aussie feet. >>Learn more

PLANTAR FASCIITIS

Plantar fasciitis is a common but painful foot condition involving inflammation to the band of muscle running from your heel to your toes.

HEEL SPUR

A heel spur is a bony calcium deposit on the underside of the heel that can cause heel pain. Long-haul joggers or walkers are prone to heel spurs.

CLAW TOE

A condition associated with nerve damage in the toes. It causes your toes to scrunch up, like a claw, and dig into the soles of your shoes. Ouch!

YOUR GUIDE TO HEALTHY SOLES

Get the low-down on handling the most common foot problems suffered by Aussie feet. >>Learn more

PLANTAR FASCIITIS

Plantar fasciitis is a common but painful foot condition involving inflammation to the band of muscle running from your heel to your toes.

HEEL SPUR

A heel spur is a bony calcium deposit on the underside of the heel that can cause heel pain. Long-haul joggers or walkers are prone to heel spurs.

CLAW TOE

A condition associated with nerve damage in the toes. It causes your toes to scrunch up, like a claw, and dig into the soles of your shoes. Ouch!