Padders have been manufacturing footwear since 1914. Padders encompass soft leather uppers and linings with cushioned arch supports and lightweight, shock absorbing soles. Styles are available in a variety of width fittings or removable foot beds for the insertion of orthosis. Most minor common footwear problems can now be solved using Padders.
Dr. Comfort was founded in the US in 2002 by Rick Kanter, a footwear professional, who works closely with a team of dedicated podiatrists and certified pedorthists. Their designs are suitable for diabetes and other chronic conditions such as swollen feet, bunions and hammertoes. They are also built to accommodate insoles or orthotics (supplied insole may be removed and replaced with prescription orthotic).
Cosyfeet specialise in attractive, extra wide, deep and roomy footwear for men and women. Designed for wide, swollen or problem feet including bunions, arthritis, diabetes, gout and hammertoes. They’ve been fitting feet that others can’t for the last 30 years and have had the pleasure of helping thousands of people find comfort.
DB shoes are manufactured using a deeper toe box to give feet the space and width in the tread area where it is needed most. Removable socks allow your podiatrist to insert specialist orthotic devices if required. Many styles are virtually seam free on the inside making these shoes a possible choice for people who have diabetes or other foot health issues. Available in extra wide 2E, 4E, 6E and 8E fitting.