Tuesday, September 6, 2011

Dr. Scholl's New Line of Shoes

So we're all about finding shoes that are not only comfortable, stylish, and ok for your feet, and I was skeptical when I heard about Dr. Scholl's new line of shoes.
When you think of Dr. Scholl's, do you think of shoes? I think of foot products and that orthotic machine in stores that helps you pick out orthotics. Any shoes made by Dr. Scholl's that I had seen in the past were not very stylish either.
However, Dr. Scholl's Shoes, the shoe portion of Dr. Scholl's, licensed by Brown Shoe Company (whose other brands include Famous Footwear, Carlos, LifeStride, and many others) under Merck Consumer Care, began a campaign in the spring to reinvent not only the company's image as a shoe retailer, but the shoes themselves.
If you knew about Dr. Scholl's Shoes, it was probably because of the Original Exercise Sandal, which was created in the late 1960's and is still being produced today (the new version has a lighter heel made of plastic instead of wood).
Along with the new image and shoes, Dr. Scholl's introduced new technology to their shoes. There are nineteen different icons which will accompany your shoes, from memory foam cushioning, breathable, lightweight, and water resistant.
We love being able to tell our patients about shoe lines that are not only good for their feet, but good for their pocketbook too. It appears that we can add Dr. Scholl's Shoes to our list. I went on their website and checked out these new shoes. What I discovered surprised me! From ballet flats to slouchy boots, to casual sneakers, Dr. Scholl's has really stepped up the styles and fashion. Here are a few of my favorites:

Dr. Scholl's Shoe may be purchased from Dr. Scholl's directly at http://www.drschollsshoes.com/, and soon through retailers like Lord & Taylor, Macys.com, Piperlime, and Urban Outfitters.
Dr. Tina A. Boucher, DPM
Central Connecticut Foot Care, LLC
Podiatrist Meriden CT
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