Best Comfortable Work Shoes

Best Comfortable Work Shoes

Best Comfortable Work Shoes

Lets’ face it! We’ve all had hurt feet at one point in our lives and many times during work. If you are reading this blog right now, you have come to the right place for comfortable work shoes. When searching for comfortable work shoes, whether you are looking for walking, wide, casual, clogs, boots, etc.; we have great work shoe options and arch supports to ease your foot pain.

What makes best comfortable work shoes?

Best comfortable work shoes should keep you on your feet for 8+ hours. Ideally, they should be made with supportive construction, cushioned footbed, arch support, and a slip-resistant outsole. While comfort and support are ideal, let’s not forget about slip resistance. Slip-resistant shoes are a must as they keep you safe on your feet in slippery environments.

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Turn current shoes into comfortable work shoes

A solution for starters to turn your current uncomfortable shoes into comfortable work shoes. You may ask, “how?” You can turn most uncomfortable shoes into comfortable work shoes by simply replacing the shoe’s insole with either over the counter orthotics or custom orthotics. These are what are known as arch supports. At Lucky Feet Shoes, we offer both over the counter arch supports as well as custom. Every person has different arch settings, so it’s always best to be tested to see which orthotic would be best for your feet. At Lucky Feet Shoes, we provide you with a free foot analysis and have you try-on arch supports for your best fit.

Free Foot Analysis

free foot analysisOur free foot analysis consists of a gait analysis, digital foot scan, and foot measurement. Through our gait analysis, our trained pethortists observe the way you walk by analyzing your feet, ankles, knees, and hips. During this process, they focus on your feet and ankles to determine your gait. After, they have you step onto a digital foot scanner to help discover uneven pressure distribution, which could be causing your foot pain. In addition, our pethortisits measure both your feet for length, width and arch length. One last crucial element to wearing comfortable working shoes is properly measuring your feet. At Lucky Feet Shoes, your feet are measured from heel to toe, heel to ball and width. With these proper measurements, understanding your gait and arches, we can then get you fitted in the most appropriate and comfortable shoes for you to work in all day.

Shop best comfortable work shoes at Lucky Feet Shoes

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When you visit any Lucky Feet Shoes location, we will fit you with the best comfortable work shoes for your specific needs and foot problems. Whether you prefer to shop online or instore, at Lucky Feet Shoes we have a large selection of comfortable work shoes. However, if you prefer personalized shoe fittings, great customer service, we have nine comfort shoe stores located in Southern California. Which are located in Costa Mesa, Anaheim Hills, Rancho Cucamonga, Riverside, San Dimas, Long Beach, Temecula, La Quinta, and Palm Desert. We invite you to stop by for a free foot analysis and try our comfortable work shoes. In addition, we have a large selection of comfort shoes, wide shoes, walking shoes, running shoes, arch supports, and custom orthotics! Therefore, we encourage you to shop in-store for our personalized customer service and free foot analysis! So, schedule a free foot analysis today!

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