The Brands You Love

We stock styles from all corners of the globe. Some of your favourite brands from Australia, Europe and beyond.


In 1946 two podiatrists measured over 10,000 women’s feet throughout New Zealand to determine what makes the perfect fit. Backed by this research and expertise, Ziera was launched so women could walk in superior comfort without sacrificing their style. The key to Ziera comfort is a layered construction with a range of anatomically contoured PU footbeds for shock-absorbing, flexible arch support that targets different podiatric needs. Most styles are removable, easily facilitating custom orthotic use.


Founded in the Black Forest region of Southern Germany in 1874, Rieker originally produced shoes for the affluent citizens of Northern Italy. The company soon gained a reputation for quality and has built itself into a household name in Central Europe. The company has been family owned for 5 generations and its commitment to quality and style has ensured continuous growth for 30 years. Rieker anti-stress footwear is unique. To maintain the integrity of its special constructions, together with the flexibility to respond quickly to fashion trends.

Vionic Shoes

Vionic’s mission began with the work of renowned podiatrist Phillip Vasyli. A pioneer and innovator in the field of lower-limb biomechanics, Vasyli treated thousands of patients, ranging from young children to amateur and professional athletes. Early in his career, Vasyli realized that the only treatment options for many common foot-related ailments, were costly and time-consuming. In response to the overwhelming demand for a solution, he invented one of the first heat-moldable orthotics. This philosophy laid the groundwork for the award-winning Orthaheel orthotic, the world’s first and only true orthotic available without a doctor’s prescription.

Django & Juliette

Named after her newborn twin nephew and niece, Kerrie Munro launched the eponymous Django & Juliette in 2001 to critical acclaim from Australian women, who instantly fell in love with the brand’s unique look and unsurpassed craftsmanship. The brand has deep roots in the Australian shoe industry, with a hands-on history of end-to-end manufacturing in factories in Melbourne. Each new collection is still lovingly designed and developed in Melbourne, with Kerrie personally test fitting all styles to achieve the utmost in comfort and quality for the wearer.


Arcopedico Shoes are synonymous with ‘comfort’. Identifiable by three basic traits, the twin archsupport system, anatomic footbed and Techno-Elastic upper Arcopedico shoes will actually exercise your foot, strengthen the muscles and ensure more comfort when walking.

Arcopedico creator, Professor Elio Parodi set out to create a shoe that offered a level of comfort that simply couldn’t be matched. In 1966 Professor Parodi succeeded in attaining that goal and feet all over the world have been thanking him ever since.


Over 20 years of operating their own comfort footwear stores, Paul Carroll and his son John realised that sourcing footwear which was stylish as well as comfortable was becoming increasingly difficult. For too long customers would have to choose between comfort and style. In that moment they decided they were going to be the ones to provide the modern woman with both. Klouds sought to revolutionise comfort footwear, crafting beautiful women’s shoes that could accommodate common foot concerns such as plantar fasciitis, bunions and the need for orthotics.

Wanda Panda

Designed and made in the Spanish Mediterranean. All Wanda Panda shoes are made from Gorgeous Spanish Leather, have amazingly comfy footbeds and come in great colours.


Founded by husband and wife duo, both Podiatrists, Frankie4’s award-winning label is backed by real knowledge of the foot and lower limbs. With body mechanics in mind, our designs aim to alleviate and prevent heel and arch pain, plantar fasciitis, and forefoot pain. We’re proud of our supportive, unique designs, which is why we invest in patenting and/or design registrations of elements in most of the FRANKiE4 styles.