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I need shoes recommendation...NO CLOGS ALLOWED

  1. 0 Hey all! I just found out that I am not allowed to wear clogs in my program. Apparently its all white sneakers/nursing shoes. Any of you have recommendations for good shoes that give good support and no tired feet? Thanks
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  3. Visit  Mulan profile page
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    SAS are good.
  4. Visit  night owl profile page
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    I bought a pair of New Balance sneakers that are the best sneaker I ever bought and I hope they never stop making them as long as I'm working. Check out the shoe mall .com When I bought them they were on sale for
    $66, but they normally run $99. They are the 925 series and if you have fat feet like moi, you can get them in EEE or wider I believe. Soon I will need a new pair. Merry Christmas to me.
  5. Visit  TexasPediRN profile page
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    Easy Spirits- sold at JCPENNEY or online, www.easyspirits.com

    They are like walking on a cloud- my feet feel so good in them! they run about 45-50ish on sale..but they are really good.
  6. Visit  Bipley profile page
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    Quote from Nathalie
    Hey all! I just found out that I am not allowed to wear clogs in my program. Apparently its all white sneakers/nursing shoes. Any of you have recommendations for good shoes that give good support and no tired feet? Thanks
    Clocs brand, Islander Style. Not clogs. They come in multi-colors. Get white on white.
  7. Visit  menolly_33 profile page
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    Crocs are the best! I refuse to wear anything else, I'm serious I would find another job if they told me I couldn't wear them. I REALLY LOVE THEM!
  8. Visit  Bipley profile page
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    Quote from menolly_33
    Crocs are the best! I refuse to wear anything else, I'm serious I would find another job if they told me I couldn't wear them. I REALLY LOVE THEM!
    Today was my first day of wearing them... ever. Even thought it is just one day so far, I'm inclined to agree with you Menolly.
  9. Visit  Nathalie profile page
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    the crocs look like beach shoes though...unless I am not looking at the right thing?
  10. Visit  Bipley profile page
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    Quote from Nathalie
    the crocs look like beach shoes though...unless I am not looking at the right thing?
    Look for Islanders. THAT is the only style that are not Clogs.
  11. Visit  Nathalie profile page
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    if you find a website that has them, can you please post the link because I cant find one. Thanks
  12. Visit  Bipley profile page
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    Quote from Nathalie
    if you find a website that has them, can you please post the link because I cant find one. Thanks
    Here you go:

    http://www.thecrocsstore.com/app/sit...site.294214/.f
  13. Visit  matchstickxx profile page
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    I love my Dansko's! My feet feel great!
  14. Visit  esselltee profile page
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    Quote from Nathalie
    Hey all! I just found out that I am not allowed to wear clogs in my program. Apparently its all white sneakers/nursing shoes. Any of you have recommendations for good shoes that give good support and no tired feet? Thanks
    Is it that the shoes may not be open-heeled, or that the may not look like clogs (big, rounded and ducky looking). If it is the open heel thing, Birkenstock Super Birkis are intentially made with a deep heel cup so as not to leave the heel exposed. Otherwise, Birks makes other professional white enclosed shoes, which is all I wear at home or at work. FYI...Go to the Birk website and see what's available, then do an Ebay search for the one you like...there are tons of sellers with new-in-box Birks for much less than retail.

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