Win a Pair of Wiivv 3D Printed Custom Insoles or Sandals in 3DPrint.com’s Latest Giveaway!

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Earlier this year, 3D printed insole manufacturer Wiivv broke its own record for the most funded 3D printed project ever on Kickstarter. That particular campaign was for the company’s new custom 3D printed sandals, which are created using the same technology Wiivv uses to make its popular 3D printed insoles (which held the most-funded 3D printing-related Kickstarter record before that). The popularity of Wiivv’s products is a testament to their effectiveness; people are obviously benefiting from the customized comfort the company promises.

It’s easy to order a pair of custom 3D printed insoles or sandals – all you have to do is download the Wiivv app, take a few pictures of your feet, and Wiivv will digitally map the images to create insoles that are perfectly contoured to your feet. Then you just slip them into your shoes (or onto your feet, if you’ve ordered the sandals) and benefit from decreased pain and better alignment.

At the end of last year, we gave away Wiivv insoles to a lucky reader, and now we’re doing so again – only this time we’re giving away three pairs or either insoles or sandals, winner’s choice. There are actually three options to choose from if you win: full-length insoles, three quarter length insoles, which are meant for boots or dress shoes, and sandals, which will be available in the spring. It’s easy to enter, and you have 15 different ways of doing so:

You can enter multiple times, and remember if you fill out our 3D printing survey you also have a chance to win a $50 Amazon gift card.

You can learn more and enter the latest giveaway here. If you don’t win this time, you can always head over to our shop and buy a pair of Wiivvs – but you have plenty of chances to win! The giveaway will be running for the next two weeks.

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