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Shoes for Diabetes

Diabetes is a chronic health condition that affects how an individuals body turns food into energy. There are two main types of diabetes, type 1 and type 2. Learn about the causes, treatments, shoe/insert accommodations, and recommended shoe styles for diabetes.

Shoe Accommodations

    • Light Weight Outsole: Ensures all-day comfort and increased durability, ideal for diabetic foot care.
    • Padded Collar and Tongue: Prevents irritation and foot slippage, ensuring a comfortable and secure fit.
    • Seam-Free Lining: We've designed all of our diabetic shoes with the absolute minimum number of seams. By avoiding excess seams, it lower the risk of possible irritation and complication.
    • Metal-Free Construction: Eliminates the risk of skin irritation and potential injury from metal components, ensuring safety for diabetic patients.
    • Antimicrobial Treatment: Our shoes are sprayed with a proprietary antimicrobial protectant, reducing germ exposure by 99.9% for optimal hygiene.
    • Extra Depth: Accommodates for swelling, and placement of orthotic/insert (5/16 in extra depth)
    • Protective Toe Box: Shields toes from potential injury, enhancing overall foot protection.
    • Shank and Heel Counter: Offers extra support to the arch and heel, reducing overpronation and preventing heel slippage for maximum foot support.


If you are unsure about whether or not your symptoms require medical attention, please consult your foot doctor.


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