The world’s comfiest jandals?
We certainly think so!
At Archies we’ve got pretty high standards when it comes to comfort, and typical flat jandals just aren’t up to scratch. So we put our heads together and created a pair of jandals so comfy and supportive, you’ll never want to take them off!
Archies Arch Support Jandals look just like ‘normal’ jandals, yet provide the same amount of support of a typical orthotic, providing comfort never before seen in a regular pair of jandals.
By addressing many of the issues associated with ‘regular’ jandals we have re-defined what your pair of jandals ought to be!
Real Arch Support – Up to 2.2cm of orthotic support encourages optimal foot posture aiding whole body alignment.
Super Comfy Material – Our specialised closed cell foam material is formulated to mould to your foot.
No Blowouts! – Our ultra-strong one-piece design makes the jandals virtually indestructible.
No Toe Clawing – Tight Strap = No Toe-Clawing. Your toes don’t have to grip to keep your jandals on, allowing you to walk all day without overusing muscles and tendons in the feet.
Physiotherapist Designed – Archies Jandals were designed by a Physical Therapist
Podiatrist Recommended – We are proud to be stocked in 1000’s of leading Podiatrist, Physiotherapist, Chiropractic and Osteopath practices around the world.
The Choice for Pro-Athletes – Archies Jandals are the choice of Summer footwear for many professional sporting teams and elite athletes.
The best way to measure to your foot is to do the following:
- Stand on a piece of paper. This is best done on a hard surface such as floor boards or tiles (not carpet).
- The very back edge of your heel should be directly in line with the very back edge of the paper. Please be as accurate as possible.
- Mark the very back edge of the paper in the middle of the heel.
- Mark the very front of the big toe with a pen on the paper.
- Measure the distance between the two points in centimetres to the nearest millimetre. The line you end up measuring will be slightly diagonal.
Note: in the circumstances that your 2nd toe is substantially larger than your big toe, then measure to your second toe. If one foot is larger than the other, then measure your largest foot.
Most people find our Archies true to your normal size, but some customers have provided feedback that they have needed to size up when purchasing. We do recommend you measure your foot size to be certain.