Tuesday, October 27, 2015

TheraFit Shoes Giveaway

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Feet are our little treasures that we forget about until the moment they remind us with aches and pains that they are there. One of the easiest way to take care of our precious footsies is to wear comfortable shoes at all times. Especially when you are on your trips or exercising or running your daily errands. When feet are in comfort – we accomplish so much! TheraFit shoes have been designed with your feet in mind!
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Each TheraFit shoe has been designed using a patented technology to accommodate our feet in arch support and heel comfort. Wearing such shoes on the daily basis will improve lifestyle and well-being of our feet. The company's goal is to provide a footwear that protects and relieves us from arch  and heel pain, plantar fasciitis, pronation and many other foot pain symptoms. If you or your loved ones feel discomfort wearing their pair of shoes – it is time to look for a new pair that will change how your feet – and ultimately you – will feel every day. We would love to give away a pair of Therafit Austin Clogs for the comfort you desire and your feet deserve.
Prize – A Pair of TheraFit Shoes, Austin Clogs, $120 Value
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Ends at 11:59pm EDT on November 4, 2015

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21 comments:

  1. I am all about comfort, chasing my 3 1/2 grandson around comfort matters 😁

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  2. I am all about comfort, chasing my 3 1/2 grandson around comfort matters 😁

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  3. I will only buy shoes that are comfortable. I hate to be miserable and at my age I don't have to be. I wore all of the stylish shoes when I worked. Now I don't have to anymore.

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  4. I have had a lot of foot injuries and only buy for comfort.

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  5. As I've gotten older, I always look for a show that is comfortable and as long as it's not butt ugly, I don't really care what it looks like!

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  6. I used to wear shoes for style, but now I buy for comfort since I got arthritis. Ellen Schull

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  7. With every passing year, I more firmly accept and believe that no shoe is cute or stylish enough to be purchased based just on such superficial points. Arch support, proper fit around the toes, the insole - it all ha to be right

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  8. Are you kidding me. I am over 300 pounds. No way, No how would I give up comfort

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  9. When I was younger I didn't have to worry about comfort when buying shoes. But now I only shop for shoes and sandals that are comfortable.

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  10. I always buy shoes that are comfortable.

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  11. I have to admit I am not really a shoe person, I am not all that worried about looks, it is all about the comfort for me.

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  12. Always comfort, I like them cute but comfort first.

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  13. All I really care about now is comfort, if something is cute it's a plus!

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  14. Being diabetic, comfort and fit are number 1 on my list.

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  15. I mostly buy for comfort but I do make sure to have a decent pair of boots and a pretty pair heels just for fun nights out or weddings.

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  16. I am definitely all about comfort when it comes to shoes! I don't even own a pair of heels.

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  17. I always buy for comfort! I need to be able walk all day.

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  18. I try to buy comfort because I have wide feet and I have a leg that drags,it sometimes hard to find a good shoe at a decent price too.

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  19. I always buy for comfort. But, they have to look nice too. I won't buy something that I don't feel looks nice, just because it is comfy.

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  20. I make sacrifices for style, but probably should focus more on comfort.

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