Features the 3D fit & customized comfort of a Built-In Orthotic.
Hit the trails without any worry about comfort or performance when you wear the women’s ABEO B.I.O.system® Genna with metatarsal support. Customized perfectly to your foot, the active sandal features a water-resistant upper with three adjustable straps and a custom midsole for ultimate comfort. The microsuede-covered footbed with Aegis® microbe shield, dual-density EVA sole, and the channeled rubber outsole will keep you in top performance on the trail.
Recommended support for plantar fasciitis.
- Metatarsal support provides enhanced arch support, with added ball-of-foot metatarsal support. Ideal for high arches, metatarsal support redistributes weight from the ball-of-foot and relieves forefoot pain and pressure.
- Water and stain-resistant nubuck leather and stretch fabric upper.
- Three adjustable hook and loop closures for optimal fit.
- Microsuede-covered, dual-density footbed with Aegis® microbe shield for odor and stain control.
- Cushioned, EVA midsole is lightweight, reducing foot lift load and body stress, a combination proven to help control pronation.
- Durable rubber outsole absorbs shock and channels water for improved traction.
- ABEO® B.I.O.system™ sandals proudly carry the Seal of Acceptance from the American Podiatric Medical Association.
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Cheap version of the Huntington
As other reviewers have said, this sandal has a similar upper to the Huntington (which I've bought at least 5 pairs of in recent years), but the new footbed is much cheaper and thinner and doesn't support my foot nearly as well. Please, please, please bring back the Huntington design. Even male reviewers on this site agree and are asking the same thing. Huntingtons have sold out in past years, why not bring them back again?
Huntington top, cheap foot bed
Like others who love the Huntington, I like the top as it has the same appearance and quality. What changed is the most important part. The footbed is 20% lower and while I have the metatarsal version of the Genna, this sandal does not offer the same support as the Huntington. Why would a company charge $129 and then put out an inferior footbed when they had a high quality product? I have planter fasciitis and these do NOT give the same support as the Huntington. Calling it a lightweight Huntington indicates that it does not have the same quality construction. While it is a disappointment, it is still better than other comparable manufacturers.
Lightweight version of the Huntington
The Genna looks like the Huntington with a different sole. However, it is also lighter in weight and not as sturdy. I like the Genna and will be wearing it a lot, but definitely not for hiking. My Huntingtons last for years, only time will tell if the Genna is as well made as the Huntington. I wear a size 9 Metatarsal in both. Fit perfectly.