Dr Scholls - Dr. Scholls sandles do not last long.
Note that the top of sandal, and bottom sole are hardly warn.
Note the heel starts to wear in less than 3 months of occasionally use.
Note the side of sandal, main Velcro fastening belt, is tearing away from attachment area under insole.
My suggestion is to add a nice thick piece of leather or leather-like material at the heel area. Also make the strap attachment points much more stronger then they are. I would suggest a continuous strap under insole (in-between) to the strap on the other side. And this shoe would be worthy of the name Dr. Scholl's. I buy a pair every couple of years. Thank you for this review site.
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