Charlottesville, VA, September 05, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- The 3D Printed Townie Flat
The OESH Townie merges technology and wellness into the perfect shoe for the 21st century. Designed and manufactured entirely in Charlottesville, Virginia, under the direction of Harvard MD Dr. Casey Kerrigan, the 3D printed Townie flat accurately captures human movement research and the actual shape of a woman’s foot in a beautiful, functional flat.
The Townie Flat combines state of the art industrial knitting techniques with a completely unique patent pending 3D printing process, which was developed by OESH Shoes with support from the National Science Foundation. The result is a shoe with an incredibly springy sole, soft grippy heel counter and breathable cotton knit upper.
In the first three days of the Indiegogo campaign, OESH had over 50% of its campaign goal funded. The OESH Townie will retail at $170, but the first backers on Indiegogo will be able to claim a pair in the first round of production with a pledge of only $98.
For more information about the Townie by OESH, visit the Campaign page at https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/3d-printed-flats-by-oesh.
About OESH Shoes
Founded by Casey Kerrigan, MD, whose published medical research first illuminated many of the ill-effects of current footwear, OESH Shoes was born to change the footwear paradigm to healthy design. Each pair of OESH shoes are designed from the inside out, to minimize the stress and strain that typical footwear inflicts on a woman's muscles, tendons, ligaments, and joints, with the realized goal of attractive footwear that provide long-term total body wellness.
For more information about OESH, visit their website at www.OESHshoes.com