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SUPPORTIVE footwear is available at The Healthy Foot podiatry, which also offers preventative care, aesthetic treatments and personalised orthotics.

Podiatrist Dr Mark Clayton says they sell orthotic-friendly footwear in many styles, colours and sizes.

The Healthy Foot stocks Naot footwear, a brand that’s passionate about making people feel comfortable, according to a Naot spokesperson.

“They call them shoes of peace, with each pair a product of collaboration,” says the spokesperson.

“Crafted by hand, through the combined efforts of people from different cultures and backgrounds, Naot shoes are ethically made using sustainable methods with materials of the highest quality.

“Fine Italian leathers and its signature insoles, combined with advanced designs, make for an unparalleled combination of quality, fashion and comfort.”

Naot says its uniquely engineered insoles are made of natural cork and latex and lined with a suede lining, creating a flexible and shock absorbing base of superior support that is designed to replicate the shape of one’s foot, “much like a footprint left behind in the sand”.

The Healthy Foot, 1/151 Cowper Street, Dickson, and 1/37 Heard Street, Mawson. Call 6262 8383 or visit naotofcanberra.com.au

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