How Do Pluggz Work? What Makes Them Conductive?Pluggz have been specifically designed with Earthing in mind. Each pair of Pluggz has a black carbon and rubber targeted centre, which is built into the sole of each shoe. This means the Grounded circle is located right under the weight bearing part of the ball of your foot. This is where the Pluggz conductive and rejuvenating power transfer of electrons occurs between your foot and the Earth's powerful energy force.
Another great thing about wearing Pluggz is that they work when you wears socks. The best kind of socks to wear are are cotton or wool as moisture from the sweat glands in your feet produces perspiration which is essentially moisture and ions. Consequently the ions produced, then allow conduction through the fabric of the socks into the body.
Why Wear Pluggz?Only footwear that has proven to have an electrically conductive footbed can offer the benefits of Earthing. Nowadays, most shoes are made of synthetic materials and although plastic and rubber can be made conductive through special formulations, ordinarily, they are not. When Earthing was first discovered, leather soled shoes were the most popular among Grounding enthusiasts, such as moccasin slippers. However, it has become increasingly difficult to find leather soled shoes and they aren't always functional outdoors unless rubber soled, in which case they are no longer conductive. Thankfully, for those times when you aren't permitted to walk barefoot or wear your leather moccasins outside, Pluggz come in extremely handy, no to mention they are extremely fashionable.
There are several Pluggz designs that look and feel great, depending on what look you are going for. The Earthing Store now offers a variety of Pluggz Earthing shoes for both men and women. We have a select line of ballet flats, wedges and drivers to wear for both casual and business uses. Research says that Grounding for even 20 minutes a day is beneficial for your health. So if you wear your Pluggz ballet flats to work and spend 20 minutes outside on your lunch break, whether it be walking on the sidewalk or through the grass in the park, Grounding can take place.