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April 27, 2011 • News

ArchPort YogiStash Flip Flops Sport a Light, a Bottle Opener, and It Can Carry More!

When you are at the beach, there are only so many places that you can tuck an ID card or some spare cash; keeping a bottle opener handy can be a chore as well …. but no more! Here to help is the ArchPort YogiStash, a flip-flop with a stash compartment just under the arch. Available in blue or gray and in sizes that will fit most men and women, the YogiStash retails for $54.95 — about on par with other popular flip-flops without all the extras.

These look like the pair to bring when you are trekking around on vacation; the stash compartment is supposed to help with arch support, and inside your flip-flops is quite possibly the last place that a pickpocket would think to look. For the next 5 days they are including a flashlight and multitool in the sole of each pair.

Pretty cool, huh? =)

This month, and for only 5 more days,  ArchPortTM Footwear is offering the first footwear to carry a flashlight in the sole.  Each pair of ArchPort sandals arrive with a flashlight that fits into a chamber located in the arch of the sole. The flashlight is ideal for night outings during the summer. This complimentary accessory to the ArchPort sandal is good for all sandals purchased on or before May 1st, 2011, through Brookstone and other authorized resellers.
The flashlight (including an attached bottle opener) is secured into the sole by a hook and loop closure. The ArchPort TM compartments are also suitable for carrying cash, credit cards, keys and other small personal items. The sandals also come with a wallet clip that fits tightly in the sole, and a plastic bag for cash and other small items.

“I can confidently say there is no sandal currently on the market offering more value to customers,”  said ArchPort developer and President Matt Potts. The sole of each sandal contains an open chamber in the arch region [3.5 long, 2.25 wide, .25-.5 high (varying ­­to scale the arch area)]. The Company plans to continue to offer sandals and other footwear capable of carrying a variety of useful items in the soles, including various electronic devices.

Because of the unique port feature in the arch area, the sandals offer exceptional stability, arch support and comfort. They are also made of light polyurethane materials.

ArchPort Sandals

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ArchPort TM, First Sandals With A Survival Tool in the Sole

Fremont, CA, May 11, 2011 – ArchPort TM. Beginning May 11th,  ArchPort Footwear  offers the first sandals to include a survivor tool that fits inside the sole.  Each pair of ArchPort sandals arrive with a survival tool that fits into a chamber located in the arch of the sole. The sandals are designed so that the survival tool fits directly into a cavity in the sole, where other items can also be carried interchangeably. The survival tool includes a can opener, bottle opener, screwdriver, ruler, 4 wrenches,saw blade and direction ancillary indication. This complimentary accessory to the ArchPort sandal is good for all sandals purchased before May 31st, 2011, through Brookstone and other authorized resellers.

The survival tool is secured into the sole by a hook and loop closure. The ArchPort TM compartments are also suitable for carrying cash, credit cards, keys and other personal items such as the survival tool. The sandals also come with a wallet clip that fits tightly in the sole, and a plastic bag for cash and other small items.

“I can confidently say there is no sandal currently on the market offering more value to customers,”  said ArchPort developer and President Matt Potts. The sole of each sandal contains an open chamber in the arch region [3.5 long, 2.25 wide, .25-.5 high (varying ­­to scale the arch area)]. The Company plans to continue to offer sandals capable of carrying a variety of useful items in the soles, including various electronic devices.

Because of the unique port feature in the arch area, the sandals offer exceptional stability, arch support and comfort. They are also made of light polyurethane materials.

Inventor Matt Potts was recently featured in the business section of the Oakland Tribune(July 21,2010), and his footwear has been featured in Porthole Cruise Magazine, on Good Morning America, in Maxim Magazine,  AAA Via Magazine and other network shows, magazines and newspapers articles. An ArchPort TM product was also winner of Invent Now America in 2004. Mr. Potts was twice featured in Inventors Digest Magazine.

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