Seems like everyone I talk to lately has some sort of issue with their feet. Plantar fasciitis, arthritis, diabetes, neuropathy; you name it, sore feet are everywhere. But I just discovered a brand of shoes that cater to “special needs feet”: Drew Shoes.
One of the most important attributes of Drew Shoes is the added depth in the toe box. This is especially nice for people with sensitive toes, such as those with diabetes or arthritis. The added depth also provides extra room for orthotics, if necessary.
Ever notice how when you have foot pain, you are less stable on your feet? Drew shoes can help add stability with their extended medial heel stabilizer, and steel shank under the arch. These help provide support, and allow for less slippage in the heel area. The wide shank and lightweight outsole give additional metatarsal stability.
The padded tongue and cushioned collar also make your feet feel pampered; these put less pressure around your Achilles tendon, and the top of your feet than in conventional shoes.
Just because these shoes are kind to your feet doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice style. In fact, there’s a wide variety of styles that both men and women can wear for very different occasions. Need casual shoes? Take a look at the Delite Mary Jane for women (I particularly like the gray version), or Atlas, for men. Need something dressier? Women can feel very formal with the Isabel Mary Jane, and the men’s Arlington can even go with business attire.
Just because your feet may need some extra care doesn’t mean they have to LOOK like they do. Drew shoes provide stylish comfort in easy-to-wear models!