Memo's leather ankle boots take you back to the 19th century while adding style to girls' everyday outfits. Their origins date back to the streets of London, where comfort and elegance were born.
Today, they symbolize classic design in a modern rendition, giving you the assurance that you're combining the health-conscious features of Memo with the latest trends.
The model includes a diagnostic sole and a zipper closure.
INSTRUCTION FOR USE
Performance characteristics of the product
Memo’s diagnostics area is its outsole and heel. They are divided into six numbered zones with cambered stripes. After wearing Memo shoes it is possible to access the degree of stripes abrasion. Insoles can be selected to correct the problem depending on which zone is worn. This abrasion can also be very valuable information for your Doctor, Consultant or Physiotherapist. After a correct insole is selected it is advised that the child should wear the Memo shoes as often as possible. The period of use for Memo depends on the child’s age and the intensity of the problem.
Diagnostic sole zones - the level/presence of clash of diagnostic elements
- Zone 1 - Abrasion in zone 1 means healthy feet. In this situation, Memo shoes act preventively.
- Zone 2 - Abrasion in zone 2 indicates using grey insoles and wearing Memo shoes. When wearing grey insoles abrasion continues in zone 2 then use an orange insole. If the abrasion area continues to be incorrect please consult your doctor.
- Zone 3 - Abrasion in zone 3 indicates using orange insoles and wearing Memo shoes. If inappropriate abrasion continues consult your doctor.
- Zone 4 - Abrasion in zone 4 indicates to use of orange insoles and wearing Memo shoes continuously. It is also recommended to seek medical advice as further intervention may be required.
- Zone 5 and 6 - If abrasion occurs in zone 5 and/or 6 seek medical advice.
The need for stabilization and correction in the following basic diseases and diagnostics of the following diseases:
- length asymmetry of lower limbs,
- asymmetry of the feet,
- other biomechanical disorders of the hip joints,
- knee and ankle joints requiring correction/stabilization.
- Footwear should be put on and removed without lacing.
- Avoidgettingyourshoes In case of heavy soaking, the shoes should not be dried in the immediate vicinity of devices that emit heat. The shoes should be unlaced before drying. Inserting the paper inside the footwear will avoid the deformation of the shape.
- Footwear made of nubuck and velour leather is much less resistant to water.
- Do not wash leather shoes in the washing machine. Hot water, detergents, spinning deteriorate the condition of the footwear - it loses its original shape, appearance, and durability.
- Change the shoes you wear every day; it will allow the shoes to get rid of excess moisture.
- Footwear should be used as intended.
- Do not buy shoes that are too large.
The maximum allowable footwear allowance should not exceed 1 cm.
Too large shoes do not fulfill their orthopedic function. Footwear should be adjusted to the foot in such a way, to ensure proper comfort of use.
The user or his carer should consult a healthcare professional if unsure whether the medical device is appropriate for a patient.
After cleaning the shoes, use colored pastes in accordance with the intended use and the color of the top. After the paste is absorbed into the skin, polish the shoes with a soft bristle brush or flannel until it is glossy.
Nubuck leather, velour:
After cleaning the shoes, use aerosol-impregnating agents to refresh leathers such as nubuck and velour, according to the color of the upper. It is not recommended to use pastes and creams.
Clean with a slightly damp cloth. Avoid wetting. Dry away from direct heat.
General principles of footwear complaints
- If a defect is revealed, the footwear must be delivered to the manufacturer via the point of sale.
- Complaints are subject to disclosed hidden material and technological defects, caused by the manufacturer's fault in undamaged footwear.
- The basis for the complaint is the proof of purchase and the complaint form completed by the point of sale at the time of purchase.
- Complaints are dealt with within 14 working days.
- Footwear as a medical device is not subject to the complaint rules set out in the Act on consumer rights of May 20, 2014.
- If the complaint is accepted, the manufacturer declares that the defects will be removed by repair or replacement of the goods with a new one if repair is impossible.
Complaints are not subject to:
- Footwear with obvious visible defects at the time of purchase.
- Footwear with mechanical damage, caused by the customer and caused by lack of or incorrect maintenance.
- Footwear with discoloring linings made of natural leather.
- Footwear defined by customers as uncomfortable.
- Shoes that are too large and the stock is more than 1 cm.
Any serious incident related to the device should be reported to the manufacturer and to the competent authority of the Member State where the user or patient resides.
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