Do Sootheez slides fit big or small?
They fit true to size but slightly bigger so you can wear them with socks. Please check the size chart in the product page to make sure you get the right size. Keep in mind that Sootheez slides are open toed so cover a range of sizes.
What other customers experienced wearing them?
Most of the reviews from our customers who experience foot pain, say that our slippers help a lot for the foot pain, arthritis, plantar fasciitis, reduce swelling , muscle soreness, calf cramping and improve circulation but we don't claim that but they do sooth with each step and absorb the position of your foot, making it more comfortable then most footwear.
Are they as comfy as they look?
What are they made of?
Sootheez slippers/sandals are very comfy. Soft & sturdy as needed and have good resilience. For soft compression, comfort and durability, most of our products are made of EVA. The calorific value of EVA is similar to that of oil. So you can say that EVA is rather environmentally friendly.
How should I wash them?
Please wash them by hand with cold or room temperature water. Do not wash them with hot water.
Wide feet & Sootheez
Yes, Sootheez slides are like pillow and fit wide feet.
What materials are they made from? Are they durable?
Our slides are made of EVA, the squishiest, most comfortable material. There are micro air pockets the compress when overheated causing them to shrink slightly. Eva is not resistant to extremely high temperatures and can not be exposed to sunlight for a very long time. If you experience this in your slippers please use the code SUNLOVE to get 17% OFF your next order. 🤫Shhh, keep this coupon code secret.
Sootheez & arch support
Sootheez are very thick and can help weak arches in flat feet. The material is designed to soothe and relieve pressure off your feet.
They are more stiff than advertised, why is this?
The Ethylene Vinyl Acetate or Eva material we use, is designed to break in over time. They are supposed to be stiff right when you get them. If you want to skip the “break in” period, then soak them in warm water for 15 minutes.