Shoes...what do you wear? - page 6
No matter who I talk to, everyone has different opinions on shoes. I realize that everyone's comfort varies and different shoes fit people differently. So...what is your shoe of choice and why?... Read More
Jun 21, '08Occupation: resident care assistant/nurses assistant (non-certified) Specialty: just nurses assisting ; Joined: Jun '08; Posts: 5i have really nice adidas running shoes with built-in gel inserts that are really comfortable,and they are all i wear..i love them!! and theyre really cute cuz they're silver and hot pink too! lol
Jun 27, '08Occupation: full-time student, nurse tech on a renal/plastic & reconstructive surgery unit From: US ; Joined: Aug '06; Posts: 661; Likes: 202i just got a pair of nursemates and they are very comfortable, lightweight and have arch support
Jul 2, '08Occupation: LVN in skilled nursing / rehab Specialty: 5 year(s) of experience in LTC, subacute rehab ; From: US ; Joined: Dec '05; Posts: 562; Likes: 408Quote from IndyI have that problem, eventually, with all my shoes - pigeon-toed-ness. I have to consciously turn my feet straight while walking. When we lay down, my husband's feet go \ / and mine go / \ .Interesting. I got my ruler out and it seems I've worn just over 1/4 inch off the lateral sole of the heel of my dansko's. Just the work ones though; I have a brown pair that don't see very much wear and they are still in good shape. Maybe I'll look into anti-pronation insoles. Or maybe I'll try filleting a pair of dr. scholls insoles from the grocery store.