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SummerSoles brings relief for sweaty feet

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Aug '05
Texas based foot care innovator SummerSoles.com, introduces innovative sandal insoles, which is now available for men seeking sweaty feet intervention, in response to consumer demand.

Erik K. Fritz, a self-proclaimed "Summer Swamp-Foot" victim, laments the need for a men's version of Summer Soles, having recently submitted this personal plea to the company: "Great idea, but you know the ladies aren't the only ones who have this [sweaty foot] issue. What about guys? There sure are a bunch of men who do like to wear sandals of some kind and don't like sweaty feet any more than the ladies in their lives."

Summer Soles are a quick fix for the millions of men and women who suffer from sweaty feet, or experience "slippery discomfort" with leather or synthetic soled footwear. These removable peel-and-stick fabric strips are the first open shoes liners designed specifically for people who want stay-dry comfort, particularly those with plantar hyperhidrosis sweaty feet. Summer Soles provide edge-to-edge shoe coverage, are completely removable with no sticky residue, and come in both black and chocolate brown for men and a range of colors for women. They fit nearly any open or closed shoe style, accommodating up to men's size 12 and ladies size 11, simply snip the heel to size, peel and place.

"Until now, men only had access to sweat and odor-prevention insoles designed for closed shoes," said Shannon McLinden, SummerSoles.com Founder. "With Summer Soles, however, men now have a quick, easy and virtually invisible solution to help their sandals, and even their topsiders, stay dry and pass 'the smell test.'"


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