Archie’s Pre-Order Now Open

Archie’s Pre-Order Now Open

With the weather warming up we are pulling out our Archies ready for summer.

We love Archies because they offer great arch support, prevent back pain are really durable and they now come in kids sizes too!!!

What are Archies?

Archies are not your typical thongs. They are super comfortable thongs with arch support, no blowouts and are an Australian brand.

Once you try Archies Arch Support Thongs you will never want to take them off your feet! They are so comfortable and versatile, available in many colours to suit your personal style.

Real Arch Support

No Blow-Outs

Comfortable & Lightweight

To avoid missing out on a pair this year, we have opened our pre-order, which will close at midday on Friday October 15th 2021.

Pay half today online and pay the remaining half when you pick them up from The Chiropractic Domain.

We'll send you an SMS or email when they are available for pick-up.

Available Sizes

Use the size guide below to determine your size
(Please note that some sizes have a more limited colour selection)

Men's Size Guide

Women's Size Guide

Kids' Size Guide










Peach (NEW)


Sky Blue


 But what’s actually wrong with normal thongs?

The most obvious problem with typical thongs is that they are flat and offer the feet no support. This can be a problem for all foot types as we have become conditioned to wearing footwear with support, however it is a particularly a problem if you have increased pronation. When the foot rolls in so too does the lower limb/leg, causing a disruption to the body’s natural alignment which can potentially lead to injury.

One of the other biggest issues with typical thongs is that they have loose straps which results in the wearer walking with a less than optimal gait cycle. Normally when you walk your toes are supposed to bend upwards which activates the arch of the foot which then provides protection and support to the vital structures of the feet. However, most typical thongs have loose straps which means that the user ends up clawing / scrunching their toes down just to try and keep the thongs on their feet and as such the arch does not activate correctly leaving the foot vulnerable to injury.