Good Feet, LLC and Tenevis Footwear Partner Together to Create a Comfort Technology Shoe System

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Arch support manufacturer, Good Feet, LLC and shoe manufacturer, Tenevis Footwear, have partnered together to create a customized, comfort technology shoe system.

“We are not a rocker; we use very unique technology,” explains David Corsi, Tenevis President and COO.

Arch support manufacturer, Good Feet, LLC and shoe manufacturer, Tenevis Footwear, have partnered together to create a customized, comfort technology shoe system. Two distinct shoe styles – the Tenevis by Good Feet La Jolla and the Tenevis by Good Feet Cardiff – will be sold in Good Feet's franchised retail stores.

“We are not a rocker; we use very unique technology,” explains David Corsi, Tenevis President and COO. “Tenevis is a powerful shoe that offers a soft ride while providing you with a very stable platform for walking.” Corsi goes onto explain that, “Tenevis shoes are also slip-resistant and non-marking. They're great for people who are on their feet all day in their working environment.”

The companies state the idea behind the Tenevis line of shoes is to offer consumers a customized foot wear solution that is not only stylish but also provides impact reduction, a decrease in muscle fatigue and pain relief. Keeping in line with those goals, the La Jolla features a lightweight design with mesh and leather overlays; enhanced cushioning in the sole of the shoe; a foot stabilizing "balance bone‟ in the shoe's midsole and a customizable "balance chip‟, made of polyurethane, which is inserted into the shoe's heel area. The Cardiff is a walking shoe which also features enhanced cushioning and an "anti-rocker bottom‟ sole for increased stability during foot movement.

“Good Feet's mission is to produce and offer pain-relieving solutions for our customers,” says Matt Coleman, owner and President of Good Feet. “The Tenevis by Good Feet La Jolla coupled with a customizable selection of Good Feet arch supports made specifically for the Tenevis shoe is the perfect union.”

With research and testing results backed by the University of Calgary Kinesiology, the Tenevis La Jolla is shown to provide up to 40% impact reduction. Both the La Jolla and the Cardiff are shown to provide 127% more cushioning than other leading shoe brands. In addition to the shoe, consumers are personally fit with a Tenevis Specific Support (TSS), manufactured by Good Feet in their Carlsbad, CA facility, to complete the system.

An official launch date of October 1 has been set to bring the Tenevis by Good Feet shoe system to market.

Good Feet, LLC, a franchise company, is a U.S. manufacturer of prefabricated arch supports. Established in 1995, the Good Feet corporation has retail locations in North America, Canada, Kuwait and the U.K.

Tenevis, which is defined as “soft and powerful” in Latin, began as an idea in 2007 by YS Hwang, the President of the Boss Corporation in Pusan, Korea. Hwang, an experienced footwear veteran, challenged his staff to create an innovative technology that could be used on many different design platforms.

With this challenge in hand, Hwang’s staff created the patented balance bone and chip technologies. A study by The University of Calgary Kinesiology proves that these technologies increase the cushioning of the shoe by 127.5 percent, reduces the load on joints by 30 to 40 percent and decreases muscle fatigue. In addition to this study, Tenevis has also received FDA approval as an orthosis corrective shoe.

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