Skechers Women’s Comfort Flex Sr Hc Pro Health Care Professional Shoe,charcoal/multi,10 Medium US

May 16, 2019 - Comment

Sketchers for Work women’s comfort flex hc pro sr health care and food service shoe, Product Features Air cooled memory foam Breathable textile material Water Repellent Nursing Shoe Food Service

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(as of May 22, 2019 11:01 am GMT+0000 - Details)

Sketchers for Work women’s comfort flex hc pro sr health care and food service shoe,

Product Features

  • Air cooled memory foam
  • Breathable textile material
  • Water Repellent
  • Nursing Shoe
  • Food Service

Comments

Anonymous says:

Do yourself a huge favor, buy them! These shoes are the best thing I’ve ever found. I work on my feet on concrete floors averaging 8,000 to 10,000 steps a day. I have had 2 major surgeries on both of my feet. My toes on my left foot curl and I have a callus on my toes from the fact that they curl.I have always had to have standard black leather work anti- slip shoes, for 20 years. Well this year the company I work for got lax and said we can now have shoes with color! I found these shoes and man do they have color…

Anonymous says:

Great shoe!! I am a server in a typically fast pace environment so I was searching for shoes that would help me get through long shifts without my ankles, heels and knees hurting to the point where I could barely walk. I came across these after much research. After reading every review possible I decided that these would be a good fit.I wore them for the first time today. The fit was perfect although some reviews stated that they were too small. I wear a size 10 (ordered a size 10) and have a…

Anonymous says:

Cut my ankles and not as supportive as it claims to be. It’s my duty to warn people, since these are so highly rated and I, too, was fooled into thinking these would be perfect. Yes, I bought the right size. Yes, they fit/were not too small. However, after wearing them once, both of my ankles were cut into and bleeding in my socks. I tried to put a pad against the back to keep it from getting worse, but boy did it not help. These went back, because even two weeks after I wore them, my ankles are still scabbed and healing. It’s a bummer,…

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