Another shoe question - low heels ?

  1. I know the question about the best shoes has been on here a million times but I am wondering what is the best shoe with a low heel (non clog type heel)?? I wanted Danskos really bad but when I looked at my guidelines it says 'low heels' (non clog type). So does that leave me with any good options? My feet hurt even when I'm not on them a long time, and I think I have heel spurs
    I was wondering if I could get away with these but I think they are fugly:
    http://www.clogscentral.com/w_produc...&gender=WOMENS
    Last edit by mitchsmom on May 26, '04
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  2. 7 Comments

  3. by   P_RN
    I like the looks of those. I think the low heels probably entered your rules and procedure book as a result of someone buying those high soled Tennies that were so popular. I also like clogs, but I never can keep them on when walking fast.
  4. by   gizelda196
    MY feet used to KILL!!!. I would come home at night in so much pain. In the morning I couldnt even walk on them. It was always in my heels!. I talked to an orthopod at work. I thru out ALL of my clogs after.I invest in Walking sneakers now. Good ones. I find New Balance the best.MY feet are 99% better(I still have 12 hour shift pain) The pain in my heels is gone.
    Good luck













    Quote from mitchsmom
    I know the question about the best shoes has been on here a million times but I am wondering what is the best shoe with a low heel (non clog type heel)?? I wanted Danskos really bad but when I looked at my guidelines it says 'low heels' (non clog type). So does that leave me with any good options? My feet hurt even when I'm not on them a long time, and I think I have heel spurs
    I was wondering if I could get away with these but I think they are fugly:
    http://www.clogscentral.com/w_produc...&gender=WOMENS
  5. by   missmercy
    I love my clogs!! I even got my dad ( retired mechanic -- wore clunky, heavy,steel toed work boots all the time) to try a pair -- He loves his too -- no bother with having to tie, untie etc... super comfy!!

    The shoes you pictured look good!

    Low heels as opposed to stillettos -- yeah, probably more comfy!!
  6. by   Averykat
    I just ordered those same shoes! They're really comfortable. I think you would be fine with them - they're not open-backed clogs and they have a low heel.
    They may not be trendy, but I'd rather have comfy feet than look pretty at work.
    -Kate
  7. by   Nurse Ratched
    http://www.landsend.com/cd/fp/prod/0...57205166190040

    I've recommended these before - wonderfully comfortable, cheap, and yes, ugly, but they work for me .
  8. by   GibsRN
    I never could wear clogs.. I just couldn't keep them on my feet :chuckle I always wore tennies - like the other poster - I would find walking ones.
  9. by   Gompers
    The Dansko Jette Occupational ones are kinda funny looking, but I'm sure they feel good on your feet. I'd actually recommend the Dansko Jocelyn from the same occupational line. I have them, and they have the same sole as those Jette ones but they're slip ons and pretty cute. I have those heel spur problems sometimes, but since changing to these shoes my feet have felt much better both at work and especially when I first wake up and my feet are the most tender.

    http://www.dansko.com/shoes/jocelyn_occup.htm

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