From Hotter Shoes to Merrell, comfort shoes are in high demand. Hotter shoes are found at Hotter Shoes stockists throughout England, but other brands are sold in major retailers worldwide.
Dansko, Ecco, Merrell, New Balance, Clarks, Doc Martens and Hotter are very well known comfort shoe brands. They all have a long standing history in the industry to preventing bone and joint problems with their patented comfort technologies.
For career professionals who stand on their feet all day such as doctors, nurses, physical therapists, construction workers, and the like, it’s of much importance to have a boot or shoe that supports your body while you work. All too often people complain of back, feet, neck, and shoulders aches and pains. Most of the time these aches and pains stem from wearing the wrong type of footwear.
Brands like Nike and Reebok have all types of claims to fame, superstar athlete sponsorships, global domination, employee stores, and more, but the truth is that what is great is design lacks in quality on the consumer end. Many Nike shoes especially are notorious for providing very little to no arch support, creating a flat sole for you to walk around on. This is very bad for the knees and back.
Fortunately the comfort shoe companies listed above not only take shoe comfort as their main priority during the design phase, but also render great styles to choose from as well. Gone are the days of big, clunky shoes that help your body. What once required hundreds of dollars can now be purchase for less than one hundred. That’s not to say Goodfeet still doesn’t charge a pretty penny, however, they are more specific to YOUR feet which is great if you have flat feet or really high arches.
Choosing a comfort shoe is based on the individual. You have to like the way it feels, looks, and feel good wearing them or spending the money is not worth it. I guarantee you will find a pair that you like. No doubt about it!