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    January 3, 2017 at 4:32 pm #14822

    Functional footwear seems to be the essential item of most shoe brands at the moment. We reviewed the Sketchers trainers earlier today that claim to give you perfect pins, and now we’ve got a pair of slip on shoes from Scholl which promises to soften up your feet simply by wearing them for one or two hours a day.

    Here’s how I got on.

    The shoes, which look very similar to the kind you get in a certain chain of hotels, come in white, pink or black. Each HydraStep Sandal has a layer of special moisturising gel in the sole of the shoe. It’s this gel layer that’s reportedly supposed to give your feet a pampering as you walk around.

    So, the idea is that you go home and slip these babies on for a couple of hours, to prepare your feet for those summer gladiator sandals. They’re easy to wear, and fairly comfortable too. But I’m not entirely sure that they moisturised my feet. After wearing them every day for a week, I can’t say I noticed much of a difference.

    They’re a nice idea, but sadly they didn’t quite match up to my expectations.

    Profile photo of Mary
    January 6, 2017 at 2:56 pm #14926

    I hate all scholl products, they are really cheap Chinese junk. I once bought some of these ages ago and they were really really bad and my feet seemed to hurt more than ever afterwards after wearing them. Don t even think I could get my money back from the store for some dumb reason and they just ended up in the bin.

    Profile photo of jimena
    January 6, 2017 at 4:07 pm #14950

    I agree with Mary, scholl products suck big time. Just because something is a big name doesn’t mean that it is going to quality. I have not used a HydraStep before but by the looks of the picture it looks like what some backwards person would wear in a mental asylum.

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