Dr Comfort Men's Ranger Diabetic Boot
Casual, sturdy and stylish for work, rugged enough for all your outdoor adventures. The Ranger hiker boot features a full top-grain leather upper, padded heel cup and tongue, and a wide toe box for superior support and comfort. Available in our unique no-tie elastic lace, this hiking boot will satisfy your desire for action.
Ranger Diabetic Boot Features:
- Contact Closure and No-Tie Elastic Lace: Hook and loop fastener and easy-to-adjust toggle closure—no tying or untying required—ensures comfort, support, and a great fit
- Protective Toe Box: Protective toe box provides extra protection from toe stubbing
- Leather Uppers: Breathable material to regulate heat and and keep feet cool and dry
- Long-Lasting Shoe: Use of top-quality materials and construction helps prevent wear and tear and makes for a longer lasting shoe
- Removable Insoles: Footbeds can be removed to accommodate your own orthotics
- Firm Heel Counter: Provides extra medial and lateral support and stability for day-to-day activities
- Finest Leathers
- No-Tie Elastic Laces
- Leather Strap over Velcro® Closure
- Excellent arch support
- Excellent cushion for superior comfort
- Material: Leather
- FREE! Inserts Included With Every Pair of Boots ($29.00 value)
This Boot 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 Boots
If your shoes are dirty, we suggest that you first clean them with a damp cloth. Use a cleaning and conditioning crème for the leather shoes. Simply apply the crème with a clean dry cloth and work it into the leather. Buff or brush out to provide a fresh finish. If needed, a colored shoe crème may also be used
Follow These Instructions Before Wearing Your Boots 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.