Evolutionary & Revolutionary
The future of footwear is here! ABEO® biomechanical footwear™
infuses advanced technology into classic shoe designs and is found exclusively at the Walking Company’s 200 plus nationwide stores and thewalkingcompany.com. When you visit any location of The Walking Company we will utilize advanced scanning technology to digitally analyze your foot in order to help you maximize the benefits of ABEO
’s revolutionary footwear.
Revolutionary Walking Shoes
Developed at Stanford University*, these could be your ideal walking shoes if any of the following apply to you:
- you are approaching 50 years of age
- you have knee pain
- you have had a previous knee injury
- you have osteoarthritis of the knee
- or you are above your ideal body weight
SMARTsystem’s patent pending midsole is designed to reduce knee stress, knee pain, the progression of osteoarthritis, and may prevent its onset.**
Available only at The Walking Company! Visit any of our 200 plus retail locations for a complimentary digital foot analysis. All ABEO® Footwear styles are backed by our satisfaction and best price guarantee. The Walking Company is committed to searching the world over to bring you the best comfort footwear available and we feel very confident that you will find ABEO® footwear to be as unique and revolutionary as we do. You’re invited to visit any of The Walking Company’s stores to be expertly fitted, or shop our full collection here at www.thewalkingcompany.com.
*Stanford University does not endorse or recommend products regardless of whether they were invented at the University.
**According to a year-long clinical study funded by the Veteran’s Administration and conducted at Stanford University. Stanford developed and tested SMARTsystem® midsole produces changes in walking characteristics that reduce stresses in the knee linked with lower risk of progression of osteoarthritis. Miyazaki et al, Ann. Rhuem. Dis., 2002. Further research is currently underway at Stanford University’s Center on Longevity.
This content is not medical advice, a diagnosis, or treatment. Consult your physician if you have questions about your health before starting any exercise program or if pain persists.