Perfect for days on the go, the women’s ABEO 3550 slip on offers instant style and comfort. Enjoy a flexible yet secure fit from the stretch fabric and leather upper. The patent pending dual density midsole supports the entire foot, while the durable rubber outsole provides enhanced traction and grip.
Developed and tested at Stanford University, SMARTsystem’s patent pending midsole is designed to reduce knee stress, knee pain, the progression of osteoarthritis, and may prevent its onset.*
Recommended support for plantar fasciitis.
- Full grain leather with stretch fabric upper for a secure fit.
- Breathable and soft stretch fabric lining.
- Patent pending dual density midsole provides support.
- Rubber outsole for ultimate grip, wear, and comfort performance.
- Does not include ABEO® 3D3 Orthotic. Sold separately.
A comfy house shoe, too!
I needed a supportive shoe that I could wear in the house. I have neuropathy and arthritis in both feet. 10 months ago when I quit the gym due to the pandemic, I started walking every day. One foot got plantar fasciitis so badly I couldn't put my weight on it for two weeks. Thankfully, I'd been wearing this shoe for several years and it's my shoe for in the house still. It provides the support I need where I need it and it's easy to slip on and off. And, yes, I could wear it as a "street" shoe. I agree with the comment that it isn't cute. Please work to make this design attractive, too.
These shoes are very comfortable, however, they gap on the sides when I walk. They are the correct width for me but shoe has a design flaw.
Thes shoes fit like a slipper. Very comfortable and one of the few I could find with good support that would not cause pain in the area of my bunion. Younger people will soon see the value of comfort over looks. One drawback is they don't breath well so I have ended up with athlete's foot but baby powder in the shoe seems to have limited that.
good fit, stable shoe, very comfortable to walk longer distances. Looks good with slacks or capris
Comfy but ugly
Why do most of the shoes at the Walking Company look like they are designed for elderly clerks? Younger people need comfortable, supportive shoes too. I bought these when I moved into an office position and needed supportive shoes, and yes they were comfortable with the cork inserts, but I hated the look and ended up returning them because I couldnt justify the price for ugly shoes.