• OESH visits Prague’s Charles Bridge–Dobry den!

    Now more than 650 years old, the magnificent Charles Bridge was the scene of a recent excursion by Tremendous OESHer Jean McCarthy. Able to withstand every conceivable river issue through the centuries, it is rumored that the mortar within the Bridge was made with a high component of egg yolks, perhaps accounting for its remarkable […]

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  • OESH featured on CBS 19 Television

    Very cool segment about OESH on Charlottesville’s CBS 19 earlier tonight! See for yourself…Casey sounded fantabulous. But who was that guy wearing a Pepe Le Pew t-shirt? The video is here: And the full news story here: Onward!

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  • More Manufacturing in the USA

    The last few weeks I’ve been digging in to how we might be able to make our entire sole right here in the U.S. Currently several parts of the sole are being made in China. The factories that make those parts do a fine job but I keep thinking that we ought to be able to make […]

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  • Why I love my shoes

    OESH is always flattered beyond measure when you take the time to say “thank-you”. It means even more when you put it in the form of an email–and we try to post as many comments as we can on the ever-growing OESHers SAY page of testimonials. But every once in a while, we want to […]

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  • Architecture, Carbon Fiber, and OESH

    Of late, I’ve been interacting quite a bit with the University of Virginia School of Architecture. Probably has something to do with the fact that the renowned professor and former Dean of the School, Karen Van Lengen, is an avid OESHer and very good friend. Karen has gotten the School of Architecture turned on to […]

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  • Facebook likes OESH & OESH likes Facebook

    It’s been less than two months since we began focusing our OESH external marketing onto Facebook And holy cow, WE ALL LIKE ONE ANOTHER!!! The standard Facebook currency of value has exploded for us–from somewhat of a flat-footed start, we have built over 1,000 new likes in less than two months, and more impressively, that […]

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  • About.com reviews OESH…”Immediately, I liked the shoes”

    Perhaps no general information site for health and basic medical conditions grabs more clicks than About.com. It is likely that Wendy Bumgardner, the About.com Guide of Walking, is the most experienced and savvy reviewer in the broadly defined on-line Walking category. Let’s now add Wendy to the ever-growing list of independent voices RAISING A GLASS […]

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  • Plantar fasciitis and Dwyane Wade–What took so long?

    Glancing through the sports news this morning, I was reminded again of the value of one of the most popular posts Casey wrote last year: OESH: A sustainable treatment for plantar fasciitis The science, logic, and medical sensitivity of her thorough discussion of why a measured use of OESH offers a reasonable shot at licking this […]

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  • OESH in 2012…On top of the world!

    Welcome to 2012. And here is our Annual Business Plan™: The volume in our first year was heavy. Along the way, many of you told us that you would like a broader array of OESH styles, like…uh…a sandal to wear in the summer…so later this year we plan on a few additions to our awesome […]

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  • Women who rock

    We are taking a family vacation in Cleveland, Ohio, birthplace of Bob (huge Cleveland Browns fan) and home to the Sheffler-Megerians of Shaker Heights, who we are visiting. Lynne Sheffler, a physiatrist at Case Western Reserve University (see What is a physiatrist), and I worked together at Harvard a number of years ago. We went […]

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