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Entries for the ‘Nursing Shoes’ Category

Nursing Shoes – Is It Really Worthwhile to Spend the Money on Brand Name Shoes?

It’s important to understand that only one thing truly matters when it comes to footwear for nurses: they absolutely, positively must be comfortable. Nurses are on their feet constantly. Walking, lifting, standing – you name it, they’re doing it…lots of it. In fact, in all our years of working with nurses we can’t think of [...]

Step into Santa Fe with the new Shayla Sneaker from Dansko!

Put a spring in your step with the new Santa Fe sneaker collection from Dansko! That’s right – sneakers! Now you can get the quality and support of your favorite nursing shoes in a stylish sneaker style! Share/Save

The Cinderella Complex – 5 Tips to Find the Nursing Shoe that’s Right for You!

If you’re a nurse, you know how important footwear can be. You’re on your feet all day, walking here and there, bending, lifting … you know the drill. I’m sure that I don’t have to convince you that investing in a good pair of nursing shoes can make a huge difference in how you look [...]

Timberland PRO® Renova™ Series

The Timberland PRO® Renova™ Series is designed specifically for nurses, providing the comfort and energy needed to get through even the longest shifts—and whatever comes next. Because after 12 hours on the job, 8 hours of rest isn’t necessarily on the agenda. ANTI-FATIGUE TECHNOLOGY™ The Timberland PRO® Renova™ series was made with our exclusive Anti-Fatigue [...]

It’s A Clog, It’s A Sneaker, It’s Both! The All-New Sanibel Line From Dansko

By: Mp Nursing There’s no getting around it: we nurses are on our feet constantly. We’re Olympians. All of that walking in and out of patient rooms, down endless miles of hospital corridors makes me think of athletes training for the 2012 Games in London. My sympathy for podiatric nurses is even more pronounced…imagine helping [...]