Nurse shoes are shoes designed for those working in nurse or medical related fields. Nurse shoes often feature durable rubber as the material of construction for its shock absorption, comfort, and easy cleaning
June 11, 2013
Reviewer: Pat from Kansas City Crocs are a favorite shoe for wearing around the house.
Crocs Bistro great shoe for work,none skid and comfy Except rubs toe
June 07, 2013
Reviewer: Lorry S from Harrisburg pa
These Crocs are so comfy except for rubbing my left pinky toe. The right shoe is great...I am stuffing left one with newspaper in hopes of stretching it. I wear a 8.5 wide and ordered a man's 6.
Wears this shoe: working waitressing and cooking
Dawgs Ultralite Tracker High hopes...
June 06, 2013
Reviewer: C.P.C RN from New York, NY
I had high hopes these would help my situation. I tried these on in the house and walk on tile for about 15 mins. The 10's were too big. I tried the 9's with my compression socks (in the medical field) and they were pretty snug. I didn't feel support in the arch, actually I felt a little bit of a gap. However, the narrowness in the middle of the shoe felt like it was correcting my flat feet posture. Only problem was my toes and back of the heels were rubbing up against the interior and I know it would eventually cause a blister. Not as flexible as I would like. It has very good traction. Had to return it. Not for me but everyone is different.
Nurse Mates Reley Classy and Comfortable
June 05, 2013
Reviewer: Anonymous from berrien springs, mi
This shoe looks even better for real than it does in the photo. I have gotten many compliments on them and they were comfortable from the very first moment. If they hold up well then I will be very pleased with them.
Klogs Mission Mission Shoe
May 07, 2013
Reviewer: barbara from Kentucky
Love the shoe. It so comfortable. I wore them to work at my preschool and never had any pain.
Wears this shoe: Work