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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2: Footwear models used by the study participants. The lowermost enlarged illustration is the ideal footwear for people with diabetes and neuro-/vasulopathy—1. Footwear with toegrip strap: a. sandals, b. Microcellular rubber (MCR) insole fixed in sandals, c. Hawaii/beach sandals; 2. Footwear without toe-grip strap: a. Slip-in sandals, b. Sandals with back strap, c. MCR insole with soft outsole, adjustable front and back straps, d. MCR insole with hard outsole, adjustable front and back straps; 3a. Fully covered uppers, slip-on shoes.

Figure 2: Footwear models used by the study participants. The lowermost enlarged illustration is the ideal footwear for people with diabetes and neuro-/vasulopathy—1. Footwear with toegrip strap: a. sandals, b. Microcellular rubber (MCR) insole fixed in sandals, c. Hawaii/beach sandals; 2. Footwear without toe-grip strap: a. Slip-in sandals, b. Sandals with back strap, c. MCR insole with soft outsole, adjustable front and back straps, d. MCR insole with hard outsole, adjustable front and back straps; 3a. Fully covered uppers, slip-on shoes.