Diabetic shoes decrease the risk of diabetic foot ulcers and thereby reduce amputations. They provide support and protection while minimizing pressure points on the feet. They also have extra depth to accommodate diabetic inserts. There are many styles to choose from, and the shoes look much like any other shoe. We have both Certified Fitter of Therapeutic Shoes (CFo) and Certified Fitter of Therapeutic Shoes. Don't settle for less.
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Propét's Philosophy and Quality is why we used there shoes.
Since its beginning in 1985, Propét has been driven by a mission to offer quality footwear for hard-to-fit feet. We believe in making shoes that don't pinch, don't slip and fit comfortably right out of the box. Comfort starts with fit so we offer the widest array of sizes and widths to ensure the perfect fit.
With over more than 60 styles for men and women we are sure you will fine what what your looking for.
If you have diabetes, here’s a way to keep standing on your own two feet: check them every day. Even if they feel fine see your doctor if you have a cut or blister that won’t heal.
About half of all people with diabetes have some kind of nerve damage. You can have nerve damage in any part of your body, but nerves in your feet and legs are most often affected. Nerve damage can cause you to lose feeling in your feet.
Propet Cliff Walker Low Strap
Weather-resistant, full-grain leather upper with Sealtex® waterproof bootie construction
Padded, mesh-lined collar and hook and loop strap closure for easy entry
Lightweight, cushioned EVA midsole with ground-gripping rubber outsole. These are our owner's Favorite