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Based on the original Classic mold, the Honeycomb is formed of a firmer compound, with an extra-stabilizing feature: a pattern of inter-connected hexagons forming a "honeycomb" of strength. The Honeycomb is named for this distinctive "Stability Web" pattern, designed to mimic the durability of airplane wings, whose metal skin hides a supportive web of honeycomb-shaped stabilizers. The Honeycomb has a lot in common with an airplane wing; it's lightweight but very strong, and flexible enough to bend when necessary.

Flexibility: Medium-Firm
The Honeycomb's flexibility complements the solid "stability web" on the underside of the support. Its durable material firmly resists flattening or flexing, which means it can stand up to tons of abuse. Because it is so firm, the Honeycomb is most ideal for those with higher arches, more flexible arches, or who work on hard surfaces.

What's in a HoneyComb?

"Stability Web"
The Honeycomb's unique Stability Web pattern affords it extra stability during gait, as the hexagon shape of each "stability cell" allows very little side-to-side flexion of the foot. Instead, each cell in the Honeycomb's Stability Web pattern stands firm with each step the foot takes, to support the forefoot against flattening or splaying.

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