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OOFOS Review

"Disclaimer: I received a pair of OOFOS OOahh sport project pink sandals to review as part of being a BibRave Pro. Learn more about becoming a BibRave Pro (ambassador), and check out to review, find, and write race reviews!"

First off, let me say when I wear OOFOS I feel like I'm walking on clouds. They are THE MOST comfortable shoes I've put on my feet. 
OOFOS are the perfect addition to everyone's closet, gym bag, office bag, etc. (I take mine to work and secretly put them on in my back office when I don't have to go to the front showroom. No shame)
Here are a few things I love about them!

The Variety
OOFOS offers a wide variety of colors and styles for men & women. I have the OOah Sport Project Pink Sandal - Black. They have Women's OOahh Sport Slide Sandal in 8 different colors! They also have closed toed shoes, sneakers, and thong sandals! (And keep an eye out for special editions for NYC & Chicago Marathon!) LOVE LOVE! Here are a few of my favorites!

Women's OOlala Sandal - white and gold

Women's OOah Sport Project Pink Sandal - Black

The Mission
OOFOS donates 3% of sales to Breast Cancer Research Team at the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute in Boston ALL YEAR LONG. Not only on Project Pink shoes, but any shoe you purchase! Not only are you taking your recovery game up a notch, but your purchase helps cancer researchers continue to work toward a cure for cancer. Simply amazing. Read more about the cause here 

The Quality
OOFOS is made of Oofoam patented technology that is super thick and cushiony, but lightweight all at the same time. I'm not lying when I say it feels like you are walking on clouds. It absorbs 37% more impact than other recovery shoes. After long runs or a long day on my feet, these are the first thing I slip into when I get home!

They relieve stress from your aching feet, back, and joints. They are for anyone and everyone who struggle with pain and discomfort from working on their feet, long days at the zoo, runners, and anyone in between! HIGHLY RECOMMEND!

OOFOS is also machine washable & easy to travel with! When I run my next marathon in December, these will be in my checked bag or with my husband at the finish line. 

They only come in whole sizes so I sized up to the whole size. (I'm an 8.5 in running shoes- sized up to 9) 


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