We received Telic Sandals in exchange for our honest and unbiased opinion.
As you might know, I was recently in the Dominican Republic and as soon as I knew I was going over there, I knew I would need some comfortable sandals. I always like to bring a pair of two of the Telic sandals when I go there, especially now that I have been diagnosed with Plantar fasciitis (PLAN-tur fas-e-I-tis). It is one of the most common causes of heel pain. It involves pain and inflammation of a thick band of tissue, called the plantar fascia that runs across the bottom of your foot and connects your heel bone to your toes….yes, it is as painful as it sounds.
One of the very first doctor’s recommendations, was to not be bare foot at any time and wear something with foot support even when I am in the house and of course I thought of Telic sandals because they have good arch support.
Not only that, but they are super comfortable to wear all day log and they do not look like a hideous orthopedic shoe the doctor prescribed, so Telic sandals were one of the very first things I packed in my suitcase.
If you are not familiar with the brand let me give you a little background history on Telic sandals.
Telic comfortable sandals launched in 2012. Telic formerly known as Terox has quickly become a big favorite of anyone looking for a comfortable pair of sandals and features vibrant fun colors and of course some more subtle traditional colors. The Telic sandals have taken the market by storm and have earned acclaim among athletes, and especially golfers.
Telic comfortable sandals are also known as recovery sandals as they provide the wearer not only with a pair of comfortable sandals, but they also provide arch support which is a feature that most sandals lack and what brought me to think of them when I was looking for a pair of open toed shoes for every day wear that will still provide me with the support I need.
The brand offers 5 different styles to match your needs and are the most durable sandals I have ever tried (I still have my first pair from 2012). The colors are great for fall and any time of the year. They have different styles that can take you through all seasons …The dream is a closed toe design and it is warmer than the other Telic alternatives, so it is great for when the weather turns colder.
One thing I noticed on my last pairs, is that they are running a little smaller and while I used to wear the Small size, the medium fit just perfect this time. At least this was true on the Z straps, I’m not sure about the other flip flops, so you might want to take that under consideration when shopping for Telic sandals.
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