DARCO International Announces New Product: DUO Med Surg Shoe

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Huntington, WV – May 21, 2019 – DARCO International announces the latest addition to their line of products, the DUO Med Surg Shoe. The DUO is a high quality shoe that offers pressure relief to a wound or post operative site. The DUO features a dual injected EVA sole that provides four times better shock absorption and up to 40% less pressure than cheaper post op shoes. The EVA sole is softer, lighter in weight than a TPR soled shoe, yet more durable. The DUO also features an adjustable ankle strap and pad for more patient comfort and the dual buckle design allows the strap to be switched from left or right for patient convenience The DUO comes in five sizes, which means less inventory.

For questions about the DUO MED SURG SHOE, contact DARCO at 800-999-8866 or visit their web site at www.darcointernational.com

About DARCO International
DARCO International is a world leader in the manufacture and distribution of post-operative footwear and offloading products.

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