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Show your Z-CoiL shoes some LOVE!

February 15, 2010

5 simple steps to keep your Z-CoiL footwear looking good and lasting longer.

1. Avoid excessive heat.

Never leave your Z-CoiL footwear in a hot environment, like a car parked in the sun, since extreme heat can cause the forefoot cushioning to shrink and separate from the Z-Orthotic™.

2. Remove your shoes properly.

Always take your Z-CoiL shoes off by untying them first, then gripping the heel of the upper — not by standing on the rubber heel pad and prying them off your feet. This could cause the heel pad to separate from the coil.

3. Clean your Z-CoiL footwear inside and out.

Winter snow, slush and salt can be especially hard on your shoes, but it’s easy to keep them in good shape. Simply wipe your shoes clean with a cloth dipped in mild, soapy water and use shoe polish to keep them shiny. For leather uppers, you may want to use a leather cleaner plus a leather conditioner to keep them smooth and supple. You can even remove and hand-wash your padded insoles in warm, soapy water and let them air-dry.

4. Allow your shoes to air out.

To keep your shoes fresher, it’s a good idea to rotate the Z-CoiL shoes you wear and give each pair a chance to “breathe.” If you own only one pair of Z-CoiL footwear, consider buying a second pair of padded insoles that you can swap out and hand-wash as needed.

5. Get regular footwear tune-ups – free!

As a valued Z-CoiL customer, you may receive free fitting adjustments from many Z-CoiL distributors for as long as you own your shoes. Our goal is to maximize the pain relief benefits of our footwear by maintaining a custom fit. Bear in mind that, as the condition of your feet and body changes, so should your shoes!

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