What to wear??? - page 2
by IWANT2BE 1,843 Views | 17 Comments
I'm about to go through nurse aid training next quarter.(which is a step on my path to becoming an R.N.) I was wandering what shoes are the most comfortable. I must wear white for my clinicals and they may not be clogs. I will... Read More
- 0Jul 28, '06 by emtb2rnYeah, what klark sez, the Adidas Stan Smiths are really nice. I tried on a lot of shoes at a lot of different stores and wound up going with the Smiths. Very light, very good support for my narrow high volume (high arch and high instep) dogs. They list for $65 but I picked 'em up for $40 at a discount place.
- 0Jul 30, '06 by RNsRWeEveryone will tell you the ones that you should get, because they were so comfortable (on them). Also, you will hear about really horrible shoes to avoid (again, on them).
The feet in question, however, reside at the bottoms of your own ankles, and you are the best judge of what feels comfortable and for how long.
I WILL tell you, though (I posted this somewhere else here, same question give or take): expensive shoes are not necessarily more comfortable than cheap ones. Can go either way.
Test drive a few
- 0I wish every program wasn't so picky about shoes. I understand that it is helpful for scrubs to be color coordinated so that it is easy for employees in the clinical setting to identify you as a student, but they need to leave a man's shoes alone. What difference does it make?
- 0Aug 3, '06 by SamHillThese are what I wear for school. Seem comfy but will have to wait til clinicals to know for sure.
As far as scrubs, I'm partial to Landau. They cost more but they hold up better than other brands IMO.