These styles have been approved for reimbursement under the Medicare Therapeutic Shoes for Persons with Diabetes Benefit (also known as the Therapeutic Shoe Bill).
These styles feature footbeds that can be removed to accommodate custom orthotics.
The perfect styles for feet with bunions or hammertoes or other conditions that require a little extra ‘give.’ Our stretchable leatherette, PU and neoprene panels mean feet will be comfortable no matter what.
Cush N Foot Women's
This smart looking slip-on features a Corduroy and neoprene upper that provides a little extra give-- just where it's needed. The double insoles provide twice the cushioning and can be removed to create additional room or to accommodate custom orthotics. Neoprene or Stretch Corduroy upper with extra large strap closure for easy entry and snug fit.
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- Upper Description - Neoprene or Stretch Corduroy upper with extra large strap closure for easy entry and snug fit
- Insole Description - Breathable Open Cell PU moves moisture from foot for a cooler, healthier footbed
- Outsole Description - PU outsole provides durability and traction for indoor and outdoor wear
- Care Instructions - Spot Clean
- Product Closures - Wide hook and loop strap
- Size Description - M = Mediuam (B) N = Narrow (AA) W = Wide (D) 2E = X-wide (2E) 4E = XX-wide (4E)
- Size Fit Information - True to Size
My 92 year old mother has foot problems from a career [often standing] in pointy-toed high heels. I had about given up finding shoes for her to wear, and even open-back house-shoes are not comfortable for her. These Propets are the best thing I have found for her. The only problem is that Propet says a D is a wide and E is extra wide. D is a medium for many shoes. I went ahead and got D, and they worked because of the stretch and the Velcro. I think I wil order E in any other shoes I order.
Comfortable to a 4e foot
I wear 7.5 4E shoes. It’s so difficult to find cute & comfortable shoes but impossible to find slippers. I wear AFO’s and need to wear them but some folks won’t let you in their home with shoes on. They don’t understand or care you can’t walk or stay standing without your braces. Shoe covers are to hot. Not only do these shoes make me happy because they are so cute and comfortable, they make others happy. True to size, nice material and very comfy. You could wear these outside but I don’t want to ruin them. You are going to love these slippers! Too bad us wide foot disabled girls have to pay so much for comfort.
Cheap, uncomfortable, generally inadequate
Terrible product, very unusual for Proper. Cheap and poorly made. No cushion in footbed whatsoever! Not sure how they put "cush' in the name unless it's ironic. Impossible to walk in as Velcro doe not hold. Shame if Medicare does reimburse -- seniors deserve better!
Gave comfort to elderly person in wheelchair
The person I purchased them for wears these very often. She sits in a wheelchair, cannot walk but wears these and can push herself around comfortably. The fit was just fine and raps around her feet easily to put on her feet that are injured and swollen. She is elderly and very fragile. I will purchase another pair for her because she really liked them