My job is "momming", and I'm on my feet all day like every other mom to a toddler. After my son was born, I found that every joint in my body ached all the time, and once my body adjusted to toting him around all the time, my back was still chronically sore. I started noticing that it wasn't as bad when I wore shoes during the day, so I sought a good pair of comfortable, supportive shoes that would last a while.In my opinion, these are the perfect shoe. I chose them for the broad toe box that many other American-made shoes lack. (I'm sure a streamlined look seems sexier and easier to market to American women.) I bought and returned other occupational shoes that didn't accommodate my swollen aching feet in the toe box area.Aside from the fit, this shoe has much more to offer. I love the heel strap that you can use when you want a fitted feel, and push forward when you want a slip-on clog-style shoe. Its black sole is non-marking (my hardwood floors thank Timberland), and slip-resistant. Another cool feature -- the insole is removable. I usually start the day with it, and if I want a roomier feel as the day goes on, I'll remove them.There was a card inside the box with Timberland's 30-day ownership policy. I don't want to misrepresent the terms, but it implies you can own the shoe for 30 days and return them directly to Timberland if you're not happy -- even after the seller's return period has elapsed.Great shoe. Great American company. Happy feet. Happy mom. Happy baby.