Shoes for people always on their feet
For those who have to be on their feet all day for work, the value of a great pair of work shoes is well known. Whether you work in a school, hospital or in retail, being on your feet for long periods of time is an accepted hazard of the job, but what can you do about it? The best thing you could do is fix the problem at its source: your feet. Without further ado, here’s the list of the top three shoes for people that are always on their feet.
#1 – Skechers Stamina Shoes
The men’s skecher’s stamina shoes are specifically designed with the hard working, on-your-feet worker in mind. Made with smooth nubuck leather and mesh fabric uppers for breathability, skechers stamina shoes provide you the cushion and durability that is necessary for those who are on their feet all day. Their patented high impact EVA shock absorbing midsole and stabilized midfoot design is specifically made to make standing easier on both your feet and back, saving you energy and strain. If you are looking for a sportier version of the Skechers Stamina, check out the Skechers men’s stamina hunter sneaker.
#2 – Crocs
A victim of social backlash, Crocs became an overnight sensation for a reason: they are comfortable! This light and flexible shoes are some of the most comfortable shoes you can buy, and at $30 to $40 a pair, you can have a couple different colors and styles to keep with your wardrobe. A little known attribute that Crocs provide is impressive arch support. These shoes come off as flimsy and unsupportive, but nothing could be further from the truth.
#3 – New Balance 706
Made specifically for those in the postal service industry, the New Balance 706 shoes are perfect for those who require lots of walking around and must be on their feet for most of the day. They are constructed with lightweight polyurethane midsoles and outsoles, giving you both maximum durability and comfort. You really cannot go wrong with these stable shoes.
Everyone’s foot is different, so be sure to do the research as some brands and shoe lines may cater towards certain types of foot shapes and arches.
Written by Asher Briggs