• Happy Halloween!

    For Halloween, OESH sponsored a “Bone Bash” held on Saturday to raise money for our local Arthritis Foundation. The shoes we donated were a huge hit. We only had two sizes out for display so it was kind of like a Cinderella thing as far as people being able to try them on — which […]

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  • Made in the U.S.A.

    We had dinner the other night at a family friends’ house. The kind of good friends who you can talk to about anything and get into the most heated conversations about… anything. So over arugula pizza and apple martinis (for the parents, not the kids) we fully covered the topic of whether the U.S. is […]

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  • Incognito no longer

    We whipped up this new sign on our handy dandy CNC waterjet saw. Right outside the main factory door, it makes it much easier to find us!

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  • Thomas Jefferson would have loved OESH

    Ellen Fox, M.D., my best friend from Harvard Medical School (who I was dancing with at her wedding, here), visited this weekend and took this picture of her OESH. After returning from Monticello, she declared that Thomas Jefferson would have loved OESH. Mr. Jefferson was a big fan of innovation.

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  • America’s Podiatrist reviews OESH…”she threw the box away”

    Dr. Michael Nirenberg of Crown Point, Indiana (just east of Chicago) has built a spectacular international reputation in podiatry, and especially so as a renowned forensics expert. Forensics is synonymous with detective work, and we loved the idea that he would investigate OESH for his wonderful America’s Podiatrist website. Word for word, here is what […]

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