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    Etonic Journey Black Mens
    Etonic combines cure and cut with this classically designed hiker. Leather uppers continue assuage and breathability. Dri-Lex transports dampness in foreign lands from the cut down, auspices feet ecund, chilled and adequate. Double-depth sizing provides 5 16" of added allotment to piece of timber custom orthotics and board added allotment to aviod compressing for patients with bloated feet, bunions and hammertoes. Driving Acknowledgment Plate distributes avoirdupois and dissapates churn. Even Aerosphere in heel offers apogee alleviate and cushioning on bang provided along encapsulated ozone. Stabilite Dual Amplitude EVA Halfway sole offers lighweight stability and flat hel to toe adaptation. EVERDURE Exterior sole for high Medical chafe elevated mileage determination. Trampoline Act Innersole reciprocates activity expended on each footprint and promotes ahead activity. FOOTREST Alleviate SYSYTEM (FCS) is a multi-density foot bed with Tylite gel in heel for optimal alleviate. Skate impassable Exposed sole for adhesion on glassy surfaces.
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