Dr Comfort Men's Brian Casual Diabetic Shoe
This breathable and stretchable Dr. Comfort men's shoe is designed with top-quality leather trim, detailed stitching on the outside, and soft smooth leather cushioning on the inside. The hook and loop closure makes it easy to put on and take off, as well as customize the fit for a more protection and stability. A reliable, stretch Lycra® shoe delivering a classy look and tons of ventilation.
Brian Diabetic Shoe Features:
- Padded heel counter to reduce irritation. Padded tongue reduces irritation and improves fit.
- Firm heel counter for added support.
- Protective toe-box reduces potential for foot injury or toe stubbing. Extra width and depth in toe-box and forefoot to reduce pressure on problem feet.
- Lightweight construction reduces fatigue. Outer-sole that is long lasting, extremely lightweight with non-skid finish.Stretch Lycra for extra accommodation
- Detailed Leather Trim
- Leather strap over a Velcro closure
- Excellent arch support
- Excellent cushion for superior comfort
- Removable footbeds to accommodate your own orthotics
- Widths: Medium (B/C/D), Wide (E/2E), Extra Wide (3E/4E)
- Sizes: 7-13 (12.5 not Available)
- Material: Lycra/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.