Cushioned shoes, or neutral cushioning shoes, are shoes designed for runners with normal to high arches who tend to underpronate. Cushioning shoes generally have a padded midsole with layers of extra cushioning in the heel and forefoot that provide better energy return to the body when compressed while helping absorb heel shock and encouraging a more natural foot motion.
About Outdoor Slippers:
Outdoor slippers are any styling of slipper with an outsole of a material which has durability for limited outdoor wear.
Daniel Green Geneva Great slippper
March 13, 2013
Reviewer: Kathy from California
I ordered this slipper after a less expensive pair that I purchased in the fall wore out in less than 3 months. This slipper is good quality - nice thick fabric upper and sturdy sole. Definitely worth paying a little more for. I always order up a size with slippers in case I want to wear socks with them in the winter. These are a little snug with socks on, but perhaps they will stretch out a little over time.
Wears this shoe: At home
Daniel Green Portia cushion-y, stretches out
January 01, 2013
Reviewer: Amy from Wisconsin
I normally wear a size 9.5 and ordered these in the 9 because I was afraid they would stretch out too much and be too big if I went with a larger size. Within a couple hours of wearing them they had stretched out to fit right. The memory foam is great. Super cushy for the first few hours and then they mold to fit your foot. This leaves a nice amount of arch support. I can walk around the house all day in them without my feet started to ache. They are also super warm.
Wears this shoe: around the house
Daniel Green Avery Just What I Wanted!
November 02, 2012
Reviewer: Dianne from Cody, WY
I picked these slippers because I like the clog style. They are very comfortable; they keep my feet warm but not too hot. I think they are quite attractive as well.
Wears this shoe: At home during the day or evening when I need something on my feet.