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Dr. Andrew Weil Integrative Footwear’s ground-breaking design will take you where you want to go, balances, energized, and in comfort. Find your path and walk your way to optimum health.
Andrew Weil, M.D., internationally recognized leader and pioneer in the field of integrative medicine, in collaboration with Phillip J. Vasyli, Australian podiatrist and founder of the award-winning Orthaheel® technology, announce the launch of Dr. Andrew Weil Integrative Footwear as the latest addition to a successful line of health and wellness products. The revolutionary collection for men and women utilizes an integrative approach in developing footwear designed to restore natural foot alignment and function, and improve overall energy and efficiency.
Features our biomechanical orthotic technology that helps reduce over-pronation, which can help relieve associated conditions such as heel and ankle pain.

Biomechanical Orthaheel orthotic technology
Soft, premium full-grain leather
Comfortable suede or microfiber-covered EVA midsole
Durable rubber outsole
A revolution in footwear
Our innovative system brings comfort from the ground up, counteracting the daily grind of walking on hard and unnatural surfaces. By allowing your foot to function the way it was designed to, our footwear helps restore your freedom to move with ease.

Easier movement
Less Fatigue
Improved energy efficiency
Improved balance & posture
Relief from aches & pains due to over-pronation
Reduces risk of leg & foot injury from misalignment
Andrew Weil, M.D., donates all of his after-tax profits from royalties from sales of Weil Integrative Footwear products directly to the Weil Foundation, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to supporting integrative medicine through training, education and research.

The Weil Integrative Footwear collection is made with eco-friendly materials including water-based adhesives and some recycled rubber. The shoes are packaged in recycled cardboard boxes.

Supporting the advancement of integrative medicine through training, research, the education of the public, and policy reform.

Since its inception in 2005, the Weil Foundation has given out more than $2 million in grants and gifts to medical centers and other non-profit organizations nationwide. Its shared goal is nothing less than to transform health care, largely by changing the training of health-care professionals.