2. Things to consider
Another important thing to take into consideration is how durable the show is. It should not only last the 6 weeks but it should last so that it can be used in case someone else ever deals with a broken toe. If the shoe has a steel shank, then it will increase how durable it is. The design flaws don’t matter – pay attention to the padding inside and the quality of the stitching.
3. Take a look
You should also take a close look at the sole of the shoe. Put your fingers into the soles when you are comparing them and avoid the shoes where the soles bend easily. You should not go for the really touch and thick rubber because it’s not as comfortable. Walk in the shoe for a significant amount of time to see whether or not it’s comfortable. When you are searching for a medical shoe, you should take the flexibility of it into account. Consider how the shape of your feet will feel after a full day and consider how easy or difficult it is to slip on and off. Both the cost of the shoe and the features are important. They should be well insulated, waterproof, and they should not be an electrical hazard either. Base your purchase off of your own level of comfort.