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Zee Alexis is a brand of Parent Company, Cloud Comfort Resorts Shoes. Using Active Response Technology™, Zee Alexis takes an innovative approach to the next generation in footwear, incorporating hand-woven, 8-way memory stretch elastics and SoleFlex™ Technology featuring Real Memory Foam. From day to play, these shoes move and respond with your every step.

Active Response Technology™Real Memory FoamFoam Injection TechnologySoleFlex™ Technology
While the use of memory foam and other form-fitting foams has been the latest in foot comfort technology, 

Zee Alexis Hand Woven shoe line provide the comfort from the upper to the bottom of the foot.

While the use of memory foam and other form-fitting foams has been the latest in foot comfort technology, Zee Alexis combines a lasting blend of stability and comfort with Real Memory Foam and Foam Injection Technology.

Support is essential for proper foot health and correction. Real Memory Foam promotes proper moisture absorption and optimal breathability needed for the foot.

With the countless grades of Memory Foam, Zee Alexis shoes has the highest quality and durability grade of Memory Foam.


This technology provides the deepest feeling of comfort for your feet equaling eight times the effect and four times the durability of other footwear brands.

With the use of this technology, the soles of all Zee Alexis shoes, bend and flex with the foot, creating lasting comfort and making it feel like you're walking on a cloud.

Standing or walking all day, your foot won’t be tired or painful. The shoe flexis from all walking or moving angels.

Footwear Testing: Zee Alexis shoes passed three tests that assessed the quality of their materials and components.

Shape Retention TestSole Adhesion TestFlex Test
The retention in the shape of the shoe sole after compression is tested and checked under standard conditions. Adhesion strength of sole at the toe and heel is assessed through this test. This test determines the resistance of a component material during repeated flexing.