DB Wider Fit Shoes
Orthotic Friendly, Wide Fitting, Adjustable Straps, Firm Heel Counter, Heel Lift, Removable Insole
Achilles Tendonitis, Bunions, Calluses, Claw Toes, Corns, Hammer Toes, High Instep
Standing Long Hours, Work
Leather, Polyurethane, Rubber
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Ealing by DB Wider Fit Shoes
Available in UK Men’s 7 to 14.
Fits Wide (2E) to Extra Wide (4E) feet.
Colours: Black, Tan.
In London, Ealing is known as a great place to live in. In DB Wider-Fit Shoes’ Ealing, your feet would agree.
Recommended for managing Achilles Tendonitis, Bunions, Claw Toes, Hammer Toes, and Calluses.
Extra wide fitting and orthotic-friendly brouges that bear the UK Healthy Footwear Guide’s seal of approval.
Bunions? Claw and Hammer toes?
DB Wider-Fit Shoes’ Ealing comes with great width and space. It’s like living in a leafy London suburb instead of a pigeon hole. For your toes, that is.
Need Custom-Made Insoles?
Your Podiatrist will love this shoe when you bring it to them for fitting custom orthotics! The Ealing is completely Orthotic Friendly – once its removable shoe inserts are taken out, these brogues have impressive depth for fitting custom made insoles of all shapes and sizes.
Calf/Heel Pain? Over-pronating?
To be honest, those conditions are better managed and relieved with a pair of supportive insoles. And that’s where the Ealing shines in complementing customised / ready-made insoles with its heel lift and firm heel counter. Its solid construction is also excellent for managing plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis.
Tip: Once fitted with an affordable pair of ready-made orthopaedic insoles from our shop, the Ealing becomes a very comfortable yet stylish addition to any ah beng turned good turned PMET’s wardrobe. Here’s where we assume that you’re one of those dudes who actually wears cufflinks. Pffffft.
Want this? We won’t sell it to you without a proper foot assessment and fitting session.
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