Best Shoes For Nurses (Male)

5. Timberland Men’s Richmont Loafer

Timberland Men's Richmont Loafer

Timberland Men’s Richmont Loafer is a smart slip on shoes that is recommended for men working in medical clinics and hospitals. They feature a burnished full-grain leather upper with dual goring for a secure fit. The upper part is made from full-grain leather that is procured from a Silver-rated tannery which ensures that these shoes are eco-friendly.   The PU footed delivers utmost comfort and support, no matter how much of footwork the day demands. The specific green rubber outsole is exclusively designed to maximise traction, flexibility and durability. The upper of the footwear is durable water repellent — treated for water resistance to help keep feet dry.

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4.  New Balance Men’s MX623v2

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New Balance Men’s MX623v2 is a perfect lace up shoe for men working in hospitals. It provides increased flexibility, enhanced cushioning and even wider toe box when compared to other   contemporary men’s footwear available in the market. It is a versatile trainer with plenty of cushioning and comfort for long days.  It is suitable for men are on their feet, working for long hours there is additional comfort provided by the lace-up leather upper and anatomically positioned foam pads in the collar. The removable ABZORB insole adds extra cushioning and shock absorption. It is orthotic and diabetic-friendly footwear recommended for men with normal arches.

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3.  Skechers for Work Men’s Keystone Sneaker

rsz_skechers_for_work_mens_keystone_sneaker_3Skechers for Work Men’s Keystone Sneakers are termed as Keystone Nurse and Medical Shoes. These casual sneakers have a leather upper is durable and padded with a traditional lace up front giving it a cushioned, snug fit.  It has an OSHA   compliant slip resistant rubber outsole. The rubber sole provides loads of traction and support. Men working with a job that demands long hours and standing and walking find great comfort from this shoe. It relieves the pain, swelling and discomfort of the feet.  The skechers are recommended for men with flat feet and also those suffering from pain in knees, ankle and heel.

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Also Read: Best shoes for nurses (Female)

2. Birki’s Men’s Profi Birki clog

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Birki’s Men’s Profi Birki clog is colourful, comfortable and functional footwear which can be worn for any professional or leisure time occasion. It is made of quality synthetic material that helps the feet to achieve proper health and growth. The footwear is known to give exceptional arch support with its quality of being featherweight and waterproof upper and outsole which is made of Polyurethane.  The Profi Birki is a charming water-friendly sporty clog.  The slip-on and go style is perfect for an action packed day, making it most suitable for men running around the hospital premises. The raised back part of the footwear is raised to give a more secure fit.

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1. K-Swiss Men’s K-SWISS ST329 CASUAL SHOES

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Men’s K-Swiss ST329 from the manufacturers of K- Swiss is  comfortable athletic shoes for men having an active schedule like that of nursing. The work requires long hours of standing and running around the corridors of the hospitals throughout the day. These athletic cross training shoes feature faux leather on the top with a lace up front, which gives perfect security to the feet. The mesh lining with a cushioning inner sole and padded tongue and collar delivers comfort to the aching and tired feet.  The wide toe box and heel areas take comfort to a higher level. Men wearing these shoes in hospital premises have found this footwear durable; comfortable that also cleans for a long time.

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Also Read: How to choose shoes for nurses

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