Tuesday, September 1, 2009

Shoe of the Month: Crocs

If you're like many people, you are often wondering what to put on your feet. You know not to wear flip-flops, clogs, or unsupportive shoes, but what does that leave you with? Many people are turning to Crocs for comfort and support. Look past the tough exterior to find the softer side of clogs. Choose a pair with ultra-soft soles that provide cushioning, such as APMA-accepted Crocs, which are ideal for sufferers of plantar fasciitis, neuromas, bunions, hammertoes or achy feet. The wide toe box also affords the front of the foot lots of room to move around, making it a very comfortable shoe inside and out. Crocs come in many different varieties, colors, shapes, and sizes, making them a perfect fit for the person who is unsure of what they like or need. These shoes have moved beyond the traditional clog with a strap. Visit http://www.crocs.com/ for more information and to browse their large collection.

Dr. Tina A. Boucher, DPM
Central Connecticut Foot Care, LLC
Podiatrist in Meriden CT
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