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post #31 of 38
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Interesting.. I have learned that Taryn Rose herself is an orthopedic surgeon. If anyone would know how to design a shoe for people who are on their feet all day it would be an orthopedic surgeon! Anyways, thanks for all the suggestions, I think I have narrowed down my choices to Taryn Rose, Cole Haan with Nike Air, or Ecco. It is just overwhelming because every brand seems to claim to have the best technology for their shoes. Now I just need to find some time to try them all on (especially as we got 3 different answers about how Taryn Rose fits). I will probably buy them online though, as I will surely save a lot of money..
post #32 of 38
To clarify -- all of my Taryn Rose are leather soled (albeit the sandals have rubber and leather).
post #33 of 38

Given that it is 2013 - I would love to have some updated recommendations on this front. 

 

Especially, for

- a traveling consultant

- who has to spend a lot of time on feet

- in flights 

- use shoes in the office and also 

- as the EVENING step out convert (after office hours are over). 

post #34 of 38

Finn Comfort Shoes.  Especially the York style (unfortunately, it is very difficult to get the York in Black in the US).  

 

http://www.finncomfort.com/collections/mens.aspx

 

Many other brands to choose from.  These are just my current walkers in the hospital.


Edited by flyart - 6/27/13 at 9:02am
post #35 of 38
I work in an E.D. here in Denver and got some Gravis split toes on ebay that work really well.
post #36 of 38
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post #37 of 38
many here sneer, but i'm devoted to eccos. they do make lines that dont' look orthopedic and they do make lines that aren't branded. sometimes you have to look for them. i've got very problematic feet and i can walk for miles in these without problem.
post #38 of 38
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Originally Posted by XFactor View Post

Given that it is 2013 - I would love to have some updated recommendations on this front. 

 

Especially, for

- a traveling consultant

- who has to spend a lot of time on feet

- in flights 

- use shoes in the office and also 

- as the EVENING step out convert (after office hours are over). 


I went with the J & M xc4 system. I went with the Suffolk Venetian loafer because I wanted a shoe to wear through the security line that I could slip on and off. Very comfortable on your feet. Look dressy enough (leather welt) but also wear with jeans when I don't want to tote extra shoes. Plus they're water resistant so they will hold you in various weather conditions.

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