What to Look for in New Nursing Shoes: blue sky scrubs
Posted by Amy on 30th Dec 2017
If your feet have been aching lately, it could be time to replace your nursing shoes! You may also feel some pain in your legs, knees, and back. Ill-fitting shoes or shoes in poor condition have a very negative effect on our health and next, our productivity. So let’s get ready to go shopping, and go over these three guidelines for a great pair of nursing shoes!
Comfort and Style
Let’s start with style and comfort. You’re going to be spending long hours wearing these shoes, and you’ll be standing, jogging, and speed walking. You’re going to want to be as comfortable as possible in your new shoes. Sometimes running shoes work out best; see if these work for you!
Next, let’s take a look at the grip of the shoes you have your eye on. This may narrow down your search a bit. Is it strong enough to allow you to turn corners quickly, or come to a sudden halt in the hallway? You need a pair of shoes to hold you down to the ground, so to speak!
Finally, let’s check out the support on those shoes. This is probably the most important out of the three. Because you’ll be on your feet so much, performing an array of tasks, you need a pair of supportive shoes. Shoes with good soles, solid fabrics, and maybe even some memory foam or gel cushion. Find shoes that will support you through many shifts to come!
Don’t forget to check out Blue Sky Co.’s amazing collection of medical attire on our website today! You won’t find shoes, but you’ll find just about everything else. And we hope this quick guide helps you filter through all of those wishlisted shoes so that you can find the perfect pair for you!