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What is "toe clawing" or "toe grabbing" and why don't I get it in Archies Flip Flops?Updated 9 months ago

"Toe clawing" or "toe grabbing" occurs when your toes claw down in an attempt to keep the flip flop or sandal on your foot. This is a common problem that occurs with normal flip flops that are flat, heavy, and loose and can eventually lead to serious consequences such as plantar fasciitis.

Archies Flip Flops however have a tighter strap, so they stick to your foot rather than the other way around. Plus they are extraordinarily light in comparison to regular flip-flops. 

If you want any more info please see this page on our website: https://archiesfootwear.store/pages/typical-issues

In Australia, we call flip flops thongs which is why this video mentions Archies Arch Support Thongs. 😁 

If you need any assistance, feel free to contact customer support.


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