About EZ Walk
EZ Walk is an insole they claim works with any thong-style sandal. The contour molds support the feet, and EZ Walk says it will provide relief and comfort to you all day. If you love wearing open-toed shoes during the hot summer months but often find them slipping or hurting your feet, EZ sole may be just the “thong” you are looking for.
It is unclear who makes or sells EZ Walk sole inserts. The website is created by Digital Target Marketing and the delivery is handled by World Pack USA, a for-hire marketing service and a fulfillment company, respectively.
How EZ Walk Works
EZ Walk looks like an ordinary shoe insert that has been tweaked to fit in a flip-flop; it comes in 3 colors (black, “espresso brown” or pink) and has a split to accommodate a toe strap. To use EZ Walk, remove the adhesive backing, slip into the sandal, and press firmly.
EZ Walk has 3 layers of support: a microfiber top layer they say is soft, smooth, and won’t slip; an inner layer of high-density memory foam for cushioning; and a rubberized foam sole.
According to the website, EZ Walk adds support to regular summer footwear so your back and feet feel great. EZ Walk will prevent sandal movement, eliminating the rough skin it causes, and keep them fitting snugly for months. Cowabunga!
EZ Walk includes:
- EZ Walk Flip Flop Sole Inserts (black, brown, pink, Sizes S/M, M/L, or Women’s Narrow)
- Attachable custom arch supports “free” (extra fees)
EZ Walk Pricing, Shipping, and Returns
EZ Walk is $10 plus $6.95 S&H, but they automatically give you a “free” pair of attachable gel-filled arch supports and charge an additional $5.95 handling; this makes the true total $22.90. LIke many ASOTV products, you have 30 days to try your EZ Walks and if you don’t “flip” out about how comfortable they are, you can return them for your $10 back, but not the S&H (plus what it costs in postage to return).
- Works with any flip-flop or thong sandal
- 3 layers of support
- Prevents slipping
- Non-refundable fees more than product itself
- As Seen On TV products sometime fail to deliver on promises