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Industry News for Foot Levelers

518 Pocahontas Ave NE
Roanoke, Virginia 24012-5725
800-553-4860

http://www.FootLevelers.com

Foot Levelers' Introduces New Brooks® Colors

Foot Levelers is excited to announce an update to the color selection of the Brooks® Addiction™ 7 shoe. Designed to help control pronation and give runners a smooth ride, the Addiction 7 cushions the feet with every step.

The new men's Addiction 7 is white with yellow accents, while the women's Addiction 7 is gray with purple accents. These new Brooks shoes are offered at the same price and provide the same support - the only difference is the color. Pictures of the new shoes will appear in the new Foot Levelers' Product Guide that will be available this summer.

Brooks Shoethotics® combine a high-performance running or walking shoe with a removable, custom-made Spinal Pelvic Stabilizer, featuring the Dynamic Response System™ (DRS), Dryz™ and IntelliTemp°™ technologies, Zorbacel® to absorb damaging heel-strike shock, and Propacel™ to give your patients a propulsive, fatigue-reducing boost at toe-off. DRS reacts to variable loads and surfaces during standing, walking, running, and jumping to provide your patients with excellent stability on all terrains. The Dryz top is moisture-resistant to pull wetness away from feet and control odor; IntelliTemp helps maintain foot temperature to keep feet comfortable throughout the day.

For more information about Foot Levelers' products or speakers/seminars, please call us at 1.800.553.4860 (USA), 1.800.344.4860 (CAN), or visit us online at www.footlevelers.com.

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