A Chic, New Insole for Sandals and Open Shoes Helps Millions of Women with Sweaty Feet

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Summer Soles launches a chic, new insole for sandals and open shoes to help the millions of women who suffer from sweaty feet.

A unique new insole innovation will help millions of women with sweaty feet wear open summer shoes and sandals. The removable fabric strips, called “Summer Soles” are the first open shoe liners designed specifically for women with sweaty feet, who want discreet stay-dry comfort.

“Women love sandals, but not the heat and moisture that comes from standing around in leather and synthetic shoes,” said Shannon McLinden, founder of Summer Soles. “We developed and tested Summer Soles with women suffering from hyperhidrosis until we found the perfect product for even the sweatiest conditions.”

Typically, women with sweaty feet site “slippery discomfort” as a top reason to choose flip flops over dressier summer shoes. “Flip flops are fine, but we wanted to open up the world of shoe possibilities to the millions of women who would love to wear cute shoes,” McLinden said.

Summer Soles come in a variety of colors and fit nearly any style of women’s open shoes – even thongs – up to size 10 1/2. They usually need just one snip with scissors to accommodate any length heel. “Peel and place,” McLinden said. “It’s that simple. Our customers use them like disposable razors, mixing and matching with shoes and outfits. They’re designed to leave no residue on the shoe when removed.”

Summer Soles customers love the feeling that McLinden describes as “walking on carpet.” She, herself, is one of the addicted. “Summer Soles changed my life. There’s not a shoe in my closet without them.”

Summer Soles are available through the company’s website, http://www.summersoles.com, where the company is offering free shipping through June for customers living in the U.S.

For more information, visit http://www.summersoles.com.

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