Any suggestions on shoes (m)

  1. I want something supportive. I was looking at a pair of Rockers Lights and thinking they might be good for me because they will allow ventilation. (I hate shoes) Will they have enough support do you suppose? I am not familiar with that brand of shoes. Thanks

    Suzanne
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  2. 8 Comments

  3. by   Love-A-Nurse
    hi suzanne! yes i have a suggestion, but i have to take a sleep break and i will post later. for some reason, i don't fill good, not sick but feel, yuck!
  4. by   DIPLOMATICRN4HIRE
    You may want to try Ryka or Ryker not sure of the spelling but they are a shoe designed by a nurse , they are very lightweight and very comfortable and not too expensive. Clogs are ok but they arent worth a flip if your running to a code. Birkies are the true blue loves of my life I have a pair that I wear in Surgery all the time, ( I have several I change in and out of ) Its also best to have an extra pair hanging out in your locker , If your legs begin to bother you change shoes , that helps alot as well
    Zoe
  5. by   Mkue
    originally posted by lpn,future, rn
    hi suzanne! yes i have a suggestion, but i have to take a sleep break and i will post later. for some reason, i don't fill good, not sick but feel, yuck!
    stephany i hope you feel better, or whatever it is, maybe it's evening sickness ! :chuckle


    itsjustmezoe, good question, i don't have shoes either. was looking at a pair made by ? not sure but they are clogs with a strap on the back very cute, but want them to be comfortable.

    i can't afford the expensive kind. i'll try to think of the name of that shoe, maybe cherokee, not sure.

  6. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by mkue


    stephany i hope you feel better, or whatever it is, maybe it's evening sickness ! :chuckle


    itsjustmezoe, good question, i don't have shoes either. was looking at a pair made by ? not sure but they are clogs with a strap on the back very cute, but want them to be comfortable.

    i can't afford the expensive kind. i'll try to think of the name of that shoe, maybe cherokee, not sure.

    thanks, marie. i can't sleep either. maybe it just the anxiety about school, i don't know. i am going to snap out of it!
  7. by   Love-A-Nurse
    originally posted by larae09
    i want something supportive. i was looking at a pair of rockers lights and thinking they might be good for me because they will allow ventilation. (i hate shoes) will they have enough support do you suppose? i am not familiar with that brand of shoes. thanks

    suzanne
    i am going to keep getting my "nursing shoe" from wal-mart because if i buy the expensive ones or the cheaper ones, they don't last long for me or they don't give the support i need. there are several kinds at wal-mart to choose from and of course, not expensive. the cuddlers with the anti-skid outsole is what i have been working in since i purchased them in december of last year. let us know what your choice is.
  8. by   Lisa2902
    Greetings! I just wanted to let you know that I got my new nursing shoes from the JC Penney scrubs catalog. They are Cherokee Rockers Lights the style is Jasmine. I must say that I absolutely lllooovvveee them! They are very light and comfortable and feel wonderful on my feet!
  9. by   SusanRN2004
    You might check with your program about shoe rules...I know in our program they do not allow clogs or any type of open shoe.
  10. by   Ortho_RN
    I actually have a pair of solid white Nikes, that are GREAT!!.. I also work at a hospital and I wear them there also, my feet are always comfortable..

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