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Long shifts walking up and down hospital wards can really take a toll on your footwear and your feet. In fact, by choosing poorly made footwear that needs to be regularly replaced, you’re also losing money. Plus, bad footwear can cause or worsen a variety of conditions.

That’s why it’s important to take the time to choose the right footwear for your needs and job role. At Shoes For Crews, we offer a wide variety of footwear for workers on their feet - from warehouse workers and facilities managers to doctors and nurses like yourself.

 

Many nurses prefer clog shoes because they’ve been found to reduce back pain, provide excellent support and are easy to clean. Here are our top three comfortable nurses clogs. 

 

 

1. Zinc

zinc

Available in black and white to suit your preferences, Zinc has a variety of features and benefits. Firstly, it’s made out of EVA material, this makes it extra light and durable - perfect for long shifts on hospital wards. Secondly, it’s water-resistant and slip-resistant, so it’ll keep you safe while working. And it’s vegan!

 

2. Triston II OB White

 

triston II ob

Triston II OB White is a CE-certified, lightweight and water-resistant work clog. Its removable EVA insole is featured to keep the wearer more comfortable throughout their shifts and its slip-on design makes it easy to kick off when you return home from work. Plus, it’s water-resistant, so there’s no need to worry about substances leaking through to your feet. 

 

3. Radium

Radium

 

This clog is ideal for nurses who prefer their clogs without straps. Like many clog shoes, Radium is lightweight and durable. It even has different traction patterns across the slip-resistant outsole so wearers can feel safe on a variety of surfaces. 

 

Protect Your Body from Avoidable Risks

Nurses spend all day taking care of their patients, but sometimes, they forget to take care of themselves. In our latest guide, we’ve taken a look at the common conditions that developed in a variety of jobs where workers have to stay on their feet and what they can do to prevent it from happening. 

 

Take a look for yourself - just click the button below.Download the guide