Dr Comfort Men's Jason Athletic Shoe
Striking and bold, the Jason men’s athletic shoe is perfect for everyday wear, delivering comfort and flexibility no matter what activity you do. A virtually seamless design, the Jason is packed with foot solutions. The mesh upper allows air to circulate, while the no-tie elastic closure provides a secure fit and easy on-off application. Experience more wiggle room with the wide toe box and an ultra-cushioned footbed for optimum on-the-go comfort.
Jason Shoe Features:
- Protective Toe box: protective toe box provides extra protection from toe stubbing
- Long Lasting Shoe: Use of top-quality materials and construction helps prevent wear and tear and makes for a longer lasting shoe
- Firm Heel Counter: Provides extra medial and lateral support and stability for day-to-day activities
- Removable Insoles: Footbeds can be removed to accommodate your own orthotics
- No-Tie Elastice Lace Closure: Easy-to-adjust toggle closure—no tying or untying required—and seamless design to help prevent skin irritation
- Mesh Uppers: Breathable material to regulate heat and and keep feet cool and dry
- Material: Leather and Mesh ® and Leather
- FREE! Inserts Included With Every Pair of Shoes ($29.00 value)
This Shoe is Best for the Following Foot Conditions
- Plantar Fasciitis
- Swollen Feet
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Hammer Toes
- Morton's Neuroma
- Injuries involving tendons, muscles, and bones (e.g. Achilles Tendonitis)
Follow These Instructions for The Care of Your Shoes
With a washcloth, use a small amount of mild soap, Woolite, and water. Air dry. Can use a baby wipe if shoe has first been sprayed with a fabric protector. Do not machine wash.
Follow These Instructions Before Wearing Your Shoes Daily
- Wear your new footwear and inserts for 1-2 hours in your home, preferably on a carpeted surface.
- Inspect your feet for any redness that my develop.
- If redness persists, consult your health care professional
- If no redness appears, wear your shoes around your home for one or two days while periodically checking your feet for redness or uncomfortable rubbing
- If they are comfortable, they are ready to be worn outside.