San Diego, CA, June 04, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- KidZerts Klute Children’s Arch Support Sandal Coming Soon to a Retailer Near You
KidZerts children’s foot care brand has announced a new footwear product for children; the KidZerts Klute Arch Support Sandal, designed to help improve balance, posture, body alignment and prevent future foot problems in children.
One of the few children’s orthopedic sandals on the market, the KidZerts Klute sandal utilizes clinically-proven technology to provide relief from overpronation, heel pain, arch pain and foot fatigue often caused from wearing footwear without proper support.
KidZerts is the first company to create wear-moldable arch support insoles for children and has since rolled out several children’s foot care products including a ¾ length and full length arch support insole, a children’s heel cup and a foot measuring device. The Klute Children’s Sandal incorporates the technology found in other KidZerts products to keep kids’ feet supported when they’re not wearing shoes.
The Klute sandal is designed to help align lower extremities for improved posture and balance. The lightweight, dual density EVA footbed is flexible and wear-moldable to conform to the foot for a customized fit. This footbed design is also shock absorbent to prevent harmful impact on joints and reduce foot fatigue.
Ideal for summer activities, The Klute sandal features a quick-dry, water-resistant upper made with soft polyurethane and a flexible toe post. The footbed is treated with antibacterial material to help fight 650 different types of bacteria to improve foot health and reduce foot odor.
Look for the KidZerts Klute Children’s Arch Support Sandal coming May 2014. For pre-orders contact KidZerts Klute Sandals at 1.844.543-9378.
About KidZerts: KidZerts’ goal is to provide children the right kind of foot care products that are needed for healthy developing feet. KidZerts is the first company to create wear-moldable arch support insoles for children and believes that foot health knowledge can lead to prevention of future foot and foot-related problems.