Israeli designer creates shoe for people with diabetes

09/2/2013 | No Camels (Israel)

Inspired by the example of a horse's hoof, Israeli designer Lilach Steiner has created a prototype shoe for people with diabetes that, she said, "encourages and improves blood flow in the soles of the feet, while sitting, standing and walking." Steiner's shoe, called Flow, uses the individual's body weight, together with inside ridges, to massage the feet and maintain blood flow.

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