I have what some of use like to call, "Nike Feet." I've been wearing them since nearly the womb and my feet and arches know nothing else. I actually credit them for my welsh feet being so strong despite the abuse I put them through with flip flops. But my old shoes could use a bit of an internal facelift. Strutz was one of the most recent products we ran across during our adventures through the blogosphere. They seem to be passionate about what they like and are intent on helping people's feet. Let's hope it's not bullsh*t.
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Strutz wants to help users strut their stuff each and every day. They provide socks, foot creams, beach walking supports and compression bands. Their website has a blog, social media and seem to really integrate with their clients. This seems to be a group of people who truly love their product and are intent on building a brand. And, anyone who quotes Bob Marley on their Facebook Page is pretty cool.
According to lovemystrutz.com, Strutz arch support products claims the following features and benefits:
- relief to achy feet
- optimize athletic performance
- shock absorption
- enhance recovery
- balance, control and body alignment
Order Process: The main website itself is a classic shopping cart site. Pick the products and shipping will vary. Pretty straight up deal. Many of the sites with advertised traffic run to single-product cart sites that only sell the support arches. Those are where we found the complaints, which were minimal.
Product Performance: These are one of those products where it depends more on the condition of your feet than the quality of the product. We would consult with our doctors first before purchasing anything for our feet. Part of it is smart, part of it is the dreaded the Nike curse :-).We read some nice reviews and we saw a couple where it fixed one issue while another started to get sore, as in the case below.
All the information lead us to believe that if your doctor thinks it's okay then your in for some comfortable feet.
Any product that's willing to do an animated commercial for the Super Bowl is pretty cool. We wouldn't say we loved them since the phrase was over-used in the commercial. That said, we definitely like the progress and potential of Strutz to this point. If y'all have something to say about it, please let us know.
Customer Service: address:Strutz Inc. 560 Sylvan Avenue, Suite 1285 Englewood Cliffs, NJ 07632
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