Published Dec 30, 2013
I am starting nursing school in a couple of weeks and my school requires us to wear white leather/pleather shoes without logos for clinicals. I am currently having a problem since I have a relatively large shoe size (size 15) and I have yet to find a nursing supply store that carries anything in my shoe size. If you could recommend any websites I would be greatly appreciative.
Esme12, ASN, BSN, RN
Size 15??? How tall are you?? My hubby and son are 6'4' and they are 12/13....any good white leather sneaker without huge logos will do...if you need to get one with a subtle logo talk to your school...you may be limited in your selection.
Try allheart.com/Dawgs Men's Ultralite Tracker Slip-Resistant Nursing Shoes or Spring Step Men's Berman Men's Lace Up Shoe
My school allows the guys to wear KSwiss.
If there is no ban on clogs, try Dansko professionals.
barcode120x, RN, NP
^ This. If your school is pretty strict on FULL white shoes, you can always white-out or find a white marker to color the logo/name.
What school are you going to???
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I wear Dansko's and I love them. I have never had a problem with foot pain during clinicals.
Kuriin, BSN, RN
I tried on a pair of Dansko's -- the all white ones. Makes me a little uncomfortable by how girly they look (the clog version). Though, I see pretty much every single nurse wear them. I'm not sure I can stand having a low heel, though. :\
nursephillyphil, BSN, RN
Nike Shox ! Airmax's are really good too.
Dude just get a pair of old people new balance walking shoes all white. They are super comfortable. I'll probably wear them after school. No shame in the game.
hey spinny, I have to wear all black sneakers and got a pair of old people Velcro NB walking shoes. They were on closeout for 30. My wife cracked up at the Velcro straps. No shame...
lol Im with spinny. My girlfriend calls them my grandpa shoes. its like walking on clouds.
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