Stay on the move longer with Freeworld footwear, packed with features that support your stride throughout the day.
keeps your feet feeling fresher for longer before or after a workout
not even our black or coloured soles will mark floors
wear with confidence in wet conditions and hand wash for easy maintenance
superior ventilation and hypoallergenic materials on all designs
featuring our EVA foam-cushioning technology for superior shock absorption
each sole is shaped to cradle the foot and promote arch support
ergonomic sole design designed to strengthen lower leg through rebounding motion
subtle contours on insole that gently stimulate feet
simply machine-wash or hand wash, and they’ll bounce right back into shape
Each Freeworld comfort shoe uses our biomechanical R4 Bounce technology, supporting arches, cradling heels and unflexing toes as you walk your way to wellness.
Thicker midsole width for extra cushioning and support, to shield the feet from sharp objects and distribute pressure more evenly.
With a non-marking sole, waterproof make and odour-resistant features, our shoes keep your feet fresh for longer.
Advanced arch support and rocking soles provide powerful foot relief, through an ergonomic rebounding design that mimics the contours of the beach.
Featuring a high grade rubber-polymer EVA footbed to absorb impact with every step, and an ultralight upper to free up movement.
Walking is a powerful form of therapy, with multiple health benefits – physical and mental. You could say walking has inspired our entire collection.
Walking 10,000 steps daily is the recommended daily target for healthy adults – and it’s what keeps us young at Freeworld.
We walk to or from meetings. With the kids. Without the kids. Up the stairs. Down again. With the dog. With the sweetheart. With granny. To the pub. From the café. Ten minutes here, 25 minutes there. We walk any opportunity we can. We fight the urge to be lulled into the convenience of a car, or the social pressure to get somewhere faster.
When you walk, you notice little things. Think new thoughts. Unwind a little. And come back with your worries lessened, self-esteem up and mood boosted for the day.
Elanothene is the reason Freeworld Australia’s Comfort collection feels so therapeutic. A trademarked form of lightweight, foam-based EVA cushioning technology, our proprietary material takes its name from the Australian Aboriginal word Elanora – ‘home by the water’ or ‘home by the sea.’
Relax, Refresh, Repair and Recover with Elanothene.
At Freeworld, we know many people suffer from acute heel, nerve and joint pain in the feet. And we’re on a mission to help.
The thing is, common foot problems such as plantar fasciitis and metatarsalgia are hard to shake.
That’s probably because the average person will walk around 120,000 km in their lifetime, according to Healthline – often while wearing incorrect footwear and not exactly getting younger.
But it helps to take a break from intensity and walk instead – especially with the right foot gear. Customers tell us* our shoes offer relief from common foot problems including:
Plantar fasciitis – this inflammatory pain of the plantar fascia, on the bottom of the foot, is linked to a range of factors including predisposition and over-intense activity. Freeworld’s extra arch support helps provide relief.
Metatarsalgia – inflammation of the metatarsal bones, which may be caused by medical conditions and factors including an over-intense sports regime or wearing incorrect footwear. Freeworld’s shock absorbing soles and extra arch support help provide relief.
Blisters and corns – recovery is a guiding principle for each Freeworld shoe, and we’ve developed skin-soft, lightweight and airy uppers across our collections to alleviate uncomfortable skin conditions such as blisters, corns and athlete’s foot.
From personal experience, we also recommend regular care such as foot massage, ice to alleviate swelling, feet against wall to restore blood flow, and seeing a doctor when the discomfort continues.
* Yep, customers really do tell us that! We’re working on the clinical evidence part.