There are many different brands of diabetic shoes on the market, each with their own unique features and benefits. Here are a few brands we at Dahl Medical Supply suggest that are well-regarded for their diabetic footwear:
- Anodyne: Anodyne is a popular brand of diabetic footwear that offers a wide range of shoes and boots for both men and women. Their shoes are designed to provide extra depth and width, with a seamless interior and soft, breathable materials that have been designed to be lightweight.
- An anodyne, by definition, is something that brings you a sense of soothing and comfort. The comfort we desire (and in some cases need) is unique to each of us. We believe that you deserve shoes that will meet your comfort and style needs, and allow you to maintain an active, healthy and productive lifestyle.
- Propet: Propet is another well-known brand of diabetic shoes that offers a variety of styles for both men and women. Their shoes are designed to provide extra room and support for the feet, with removable insoles and firm, supportive soles.
- Propét is a rapidly growing shoe company dedicated to making the world's best walking shoes. Propét shoes are better walking shoes because they're designed and manufactured to be your most comfortable walking experience ever.
- Orthofeet: Orthofeet is a brand of orthopedic shoes that is often recommended for people with diabetes. Their shoes are designed to provide extra cushioning and support for the feet, with a wide toe box and a seamless interior.
- The innovative shoe construction along with the anatomical orthotic insoles have proven to help millions of users improve mobility, enhance comfort from heel to toe, and get relief of heel, foot, knee, and lower back pain.
- Apex: Apex is a brand of footwear that offers a range of shoes, sandals, and boots for people with diabetes. Their shoes are designed to provide extra depth and width, with a removable insole and a firm, supportive sole.
Peak Comfort, Pinnacle Style and Easy Relief From Foot Pain. Apex Foot Health can help people with diabetes, plantar fasciitis, bunions, arthritis, and more.
It's important to note that different people may prefer different brands and styles of diabetic shoes, depending on their personal preferences and foot issues. It's always a good idea to consult with your doctor or a trained professional to determine which brand and style of diabetic shoes is right for you.