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by larae09 larae09 (Member) Member

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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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Love-A-Nurse has 19 years experience and specializes in LTC, ER, ICU,.

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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!

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DIPLOMATICRN4HIRE has 18 years experience as a MSN, RN and specializes in CVOR,CNOR,NEURO,TRAUMA,TRANSPLANTS.

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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

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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.

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Love-A-Nurse has 19 years experience and specializes in LTC, ER, ICU,.

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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! :)

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Love-A-Nurse has 19 years experience and specializes in LTC, ER, ICU,.

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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.

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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!

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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.

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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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