Men's Lithia™ Slide

A “before-and-after” trail recovery slide designed to relieve the tired and aggravated foot More » « Less

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Men's Lithia™ Slide
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Weight: 6.3 oz / 179 g


Full-length Gryponite™ outsole with low three-point lug design for multidirectional traction


A firm arch, fascia, and metatarsal posting configuration on the PRFRM™ footbed and midsole for “localized “support to rejuvenate the fascia after stress


Soft dynamic upper strap with “instep” release for comfort


Full-length Integrafit™ footbed geometry for unsurpassed arch and fascia support


Textured thermo-moldable PRFRM™ footbed creates a customized fit by conforming to the contour of your foot.

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Location: Kansas City, Mo
Dec 13, 2012

Nice for Flat Feet

I have very flat feet and need a slide with a defined arch and pronation control or my feet and ankles suffer. I have two pairs, one for post running and one for work. I am a fireman and need slides to wear around the station with socks on so they can be kicked off quickly. I wear them all day at work and they have held up very well. They are a bit expensive but are slightly more comfortable then Sole flips with support and more durable then Moszkito slides.

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Location: Norfolk, VA
May 7, 2012

I use this for:
Standing and short-distance walking.

"firm arch" = high arch

I believe the Lithia Slides were designed for people with high-arched feet. While they succeeded in taking all the pressure off my metatarsals when walking in them, they did so at the cost of pressuring my plantar facia to the point where I began feeling pain after walking about fifty feet. The Lithia's upper strap was also a bit tight for the size 12 that I bought. So, if you have high-arched feet and want a great slide that will really make your feet feel a world better after a long day of walking, running or hiking... buy these. For those with medium arch (like myself) or flat feet... avoid this slide at all costs; your plantar facias will thank you for it.

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