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Introducing erthe

Now you can enhance the overall performance and function of your shoes with the latest technology from Earthling 3.0: The erthe shoe straps! From the street to the field, erthe straps are the ultimate solution when going barefoot just isn’t an option. Simply attach it to your favourite shoe and you’re ready to go! These shoe straps are engineered to ground quickly and flawlessly all day with no compromise.

Each pack includes 2 erthe straps which fit all shoes.

Benefits Of erthe Straps

A 2019 study in Salzberg, Austria concluded that grounding was shown to result in faster recovery and/or less pronounced markers of muscle damage and inflammation.*

Features & Benefits:

  • Improves stress resilience
  • Promotes quicker, more efficient muscle recovery
  • Fits any shoe
  • Slim design

How It Works

The soles on the bottom of shoes insulate you from the Earths energy. Erthe straps work around the sole of the shoe, by creating a physical connection between the electrical frequencies of the human body with that of Earth’s.

Important NOTE: The parent company cannot give a guarantee for wear but expects the strips to last 3 to 6 months.  How long the strips will last is dependent on how often they are used, where on the sole of the shoe the strip is placed and is highly dependent on the ground on which they are used. Please read the instructions on the package for tips to ensure that your strips will last as long as possible.

Although we cannot guarantee the life of these durable straps, we do offer a frequent user discount of 15% off your next pair. (contact us by email for discount)


Giving Athletes A Competitive Edge

Athletes – If you are looking for an edge, this is it.
* Copyright © 2019 Müller, Pröller, Ferreira-Briza, Aglas and Stöggl.
Department of Sport and Exercise Science, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria
Olympic Training Center Salzburg-Rif, Hallein, Austria
Department of Biosciences, University of Salzburg, Salzburg, Austria