The Top Ten Most Comfortable Shoes for Male Nurses!
Obviously all of our hard working male nurses need quality shoes too! So Nursing Matters has compiled the top ten most comfortable shoes for male nurses.
Keen shoes have been a recent and an innovative contender in the footwear market. They easily make our top ten most conmfortable shoe list on account of their clear and constant focus on comfort and protection.
Dansko’ are all handmade and very comfortable. Dansko’s have great arch support and relieve pressure on the legs on account of this, a difference you will feel after a 12-hour-shift.
Revolutionary foam technology combined with a biomechanically engineered footbed and you have OOFOS. The manufacturer claims that its footwear that can truly make your hard-working feet and body feel better. The Athletic shoe foams are designed to “rebound” and propel you forward, the foam in Oofos does the opposite, absorbing 37% more shock with every step than traditional footwear foam. The patented footbed is designed with tremendous arch support to take the pressure off of ankles, knees and hips, as well as your lower back.
Sketchers not only focus on comfort and safety features, but they make a point to design and style their shoes in the latest fashions. The Premium-Premix Slip-On Sneaker is an example of a quality shoe that will last for years.
The sole is super supportive with a special cushioned foot bed in the front, middle and back. Even the tongue and collar are fully padded and cushioned for the ultimate in standing and walking comfort.
5. Nurses Mate.
Shoes by Nurse Mates are top of the line for several reasons. Nurses like them because they are not simply comfortable shoes or shoes designed for any job where the worker is on their feet. Nurse mates are made particularly with nurses in mind. They have a slip resistant rubber sole and a cute upper in a quality leather that is also stain resistant. The Women’s Dove Awareness shoes by Nurse Mates are especially good shoes for nurses in part because of their lightweight construction.
All Nurse Mates shoes offer easy slip on and slip off action. There’s no need to worry about pesky shoelaces or velcro here, and the sleek appearance is highly professional for the workplace.
Mozos come attached with trend warning label. They range from trend setter to outright garish. Whatever your style, they are are hard to beat for comfort!
An old favourite, but this amazing shoe for nurses remains high on the comfort rankings. Anti-fatigue technology from Timberland gives support for standing comfort. This comfort extends from the foot beds to the ankles, knees, hips and back. In addition, the toe box is wide and cushioned on the interior with a Bi-Fit Tridensity foot bed chassis. This supports the foot front while the intense arch support takes care of the middle foot, and the cradled heel provides comfort for the back of the foot.
Merrell’s shoes are well-known for their comfortable practicality. Their cushioned, have strong traction, and an easily-cleanable outer material. They’re very practical. The synthetic upper resists stains/scuffs and is easy to clean. The slip resistant outsole lends traction and sure footing.
There’s a removable EVA footbed, which can be exchanged for orthotic inserts. The lining is also made of breathable mesh, to reduce sweat and odor.
Dickies shoes are perfect for nurses passing through areas of risk as part of their daily duties. The safety specification of all our smarter footwear matches that of the tough safety boots. Additionally, some of the shoes provide additional benefits such as anti-penetration midsoles or slip resistant sole units – this gives an excellent selection of male nurse shoes for you to choose from.
Lems have recently released their “barefoot shoe” and have also updated their original shoe, the Primal Origins with the “Primal 2.” They produce fantastic shoes that you can wear for all day comfort thanks to a super-flexible sole and lightweight build.
So there you have it, the 2015 Male Nurse show review! Let us know your thoughts in the blog below please.