shoes?

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  1. flying_babyb

    flying_babyb DIS Veteran

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    Ok i need get new shoes. I have been having lots of knee problems and want to get somthing to support my feet and lesen the inpact on my knees. So any reccomendation on buget freindly shoes.
     
  2. disneymarie

    disneymarie <font color=blue>Its a rumour about the donuts...<

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    I was able to find a great comfort buy at Kohl's. There are a few sneaks there that are comfort, support, light, airy. That much walking I would wear them. New Balance is often suggested,

    the pair I bought was 1/2 off and feather light with great sole absorbtion. AVIA 6196, Sketchers at an outlet that look like maryjanes in beige with cross straps and mess airyness around the front. Sandles; Mootsie Tootsies, cushioned stretchy cross straps.

    All of these I wore at Disney all day, all week.
    Previous trips to NY and Phila I bought Gel insoles and helped greatly.

    http://www.amazon.com/s/?ie=UTF8&ke...shoes&hvadid=2715362935&ref=pd_sl_4uyixmsjr_b

    Sketchers Bikers, asprire in beige at an outlet for $27 This is them in black and they may have them in white..Lots of vent, meshing.
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    My son has had this type for men for the third season and look great. Swears by the comfort.
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  3. Lintasare

    Lintasare Holy Carp!

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    If you are having knee problems cheap shoes are NOT the way to go. They aren't made well and can make problems worse.

    When I was working at the bank and was on my feet all day the only shoes that helped me were the well made more expensive ones. I paid $110 for a pair of Naots. They have a molded cork footbed covered in foam and suede for superior comfort. When I wore those I had no foot, knee or back pain.

    Forget cheap shoes and get well made ones.
     

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