The perfect shoe for running the long halls of the hospital, show that you are proud to be a nurse in style and comfort, this shoe is the finest in nurse wear with the Breathable stitch-bonded non-woven fabric lining, and middle sole finished, you are sure to keep your feet air fresh as you work hard.
The comfort for your feet is essential as you work many hours with your feet as one of the most critical tools to get around the hospital, that is what has inspired us to make this shoes perfect for every nurse.
19.40 Oz. MD+RB outsole for exceptional durability and comfort.
The quarter and tongue are made from mesh cloth, form and polyester blend material for superior softness.
Breathable stitch-bonded non-woven fabric lining and middle sole finished.
Foamed collar lining and tongue lining, offer maximum comfort.
Collar foam, back seam tape and woven back strap featured.
Durable and lightweight shoes are suitable for exercise.
Why is it important to wear a comfortable shoe
As a man, shoes are an easy way of accessorizing your wardrobe. While they are a good indicator of your sense of style and deliver an important fashion statement, shoes can also bring a measure of discomfort and pain. Depending on the situation, you can choose to ignore this pain and settle for a more favourable appearance. A part of wearing fashionable shoes includes experiencing tired and sore feet.
Never compromise on your health while buying footwear
Health is of great importance and prominence for all of us. We do a lot of things to be healthy- spend money on gym workouts, extraordinary miracle cures, and vitamins that appear all over the advertisement media. However, it is not often that we think of our feet and how it may affect our health. Wearing uncomfortable shoes can have a negative effect on our personal well-being, body and health.
5 points why you need good footwear
Let's take a look at five important points that highlight the importance of wearing healthy and comfortable shoes
Popping that bubble
When you have a sore blister forming at the bottom of your feet, you should realize that it is trying to tell you something about the type of footwear you put on that day. Probably they are not suited for the shape of your feet. While stockings and socks often contribute to the formation of a blister, it is best to choose a shoe that fits the natural shape of your feet.
They start to get on your nerves
Remember those lovely but painful pointy toe heels or flats that you once used to wear? Although tight and uncomfortable, you loved them for their style. However, wearing such tight shoes can have a terrible effect on your toes.
Upon wearing these types of shoes, people often complained of a shooting pain between their third and fourth toe. This is a result of an abnormal thickening of the tissue surrounding the foot, a condition known as Morton's Neuroma. Very often, you may be required to perform a surgery in order to get relief from the pain. A recommendation of shoe hanger merchants is that individuals should wear health care shoes, especially when they are on their feet for long hours through the day.
Your feet get lost in a cornfield
Wearing uncomfortable shoes will lead to the creation of corns at the pressure point of your feet. Not only are they painful but may also call for a form of treatment which can take as long as several weeks for being cured.
Your feet decide enough is enough
When you wear ill-fitting and uncomfortable shoes, it is almost like your feet are under attack. In return, your feet will fight back with the formation of calluses and bunions. Painful and unattractive, these do not go away on their own. Recommendation for boot hanger merchants is that you should wear comfortable, well-fitting shoes in order to get the best foot health.
A knock-on effect on your gait
Wearing good shoes and maintaining proper foot health will ideally help in an improved movement of your body. Uncomfortable shoes affect the movement of the body and having to adjust your gait in the process puts pressure on the back, hips, ankles, and knees. This is a result of the body wanting to compensate for the discomfort and pain and can have an effect on the way you walk and move.
We put in great effort to make sure that our shoes are made to almost any feet with a good fit, We have treated them with nurses, they have used it for 8 and 16-hour shifts with little to no complaints about the shoes. This is to make sure you get the best shoe possible.