FitFlop sent me a treasure chest a few weeks earlier with their latest release and the Vitamin FF Knit Sports ($140).
The company’s first excursion into footwear.
Here’s a basic rundown for those unfamiliar with FitFlop,
Its company relies on ergonomically built formal shoes that fit you, support your muscles, and allow broad body movement.
FitFlop has mastered the actual comfort code, spanning loafers to sneakers.
As a wellness journalist, I’m constantly looking for the latest tech in medical products.
It’s ingestible powders, better-caffeinated substitutes, or performance-enhancing clothing;
I’m always looking for what’s new.
While I frequently learn about successful releases through publicists,
I also discover must-try novices on Twitter and Facebook.
And there are the times when I’m utterly taken aback by mailers that appear on my front doorstep without warning.
We’re here to speak about either today.
I was immediately drawn to the sneakers’ design, a knit slip-on with a monochrome colour scheme that ran from the straps to the bottoms.
These new sneakers seemed fresh, even modern, for a brand generally associated with older demographics, considering its emphasis on comfort (often above style),
This company has gained them the American Orthopaedic Medical Group Certificate of Recognition for every SKU they’ve issued.
As a result, I put them on.
I knew the FitFlop Formula FF Footwear became an everyday favourite when I put them on.
They are immediately one of the comfiest footwear.
I had yet tested on, from how they caressed my soles to how they cushioned my soles and Patellar ligament.
So I decided there was only one thing to do: write a complete review of these sneakers, which I had never heard of before.
I’ve put the FitFlop Formula FF Footwear to the proof on short distance hikes, Good aerobic runs, walks, sprints, columns, and pulls since receiving them four weeks ago.
And I must say, I’m blown away.
While the shoes’ aesthetic pulled me in at first—colourful monochrome sneakers are hard to come by—the comfort and practicality,
The fact that they don’t need to be broken in has kept me searching for these amazingly cosy-yet-extremely supportive sneakers.
The best part about such flexible stumble knitted shoes seems to be that, unlike many similar styles, they stay on your foot while sprinting and leaping.
I tested shoes just on basic traction level and the all 15 per cent slope, while 3MPH hikes and 8MPH races;
As well as during jumping lunges, cardio, and chest step-ups at over a dozen Good aerobic workouts.
This footwear provided me with the necessary support, with no issue with the movement.
Of course, this isn’t one main element I admire about these kicks.
I like the reflective specks weaved into the laces, making them more noticeable if worn at night.
Furthermore, I frequently find that slip-on designs are coupled with far comfy fewer soles, but not with these ergonomically constructed shoes.
Instead, they’re built using the brand’s unique Neodynamic midsole, which boasts lightweight, high-rebound cushioning that’s specifically engineered to propel you forward,
This is why they performed so well for both walking and running for me.
They provided adequate cushion and stability in both cases to help control my plantar flexion, preventing my tendency for shin splints.
For that reason alone, I’m a devotee of these sneakers (which come in five colours—my fave is the fuchsia rose shade—with a next on the way).