Cushioned shoes, or neutral cushioning shoes, are shoes designed for runners with normal to high arches who tend to underpronate. Cushioning shoes generally have a padded midsole with layers of extra cushioning in the heel and forefoot that provide better energy return to the body when compressed while helping absorb heel shock and encouraging a more natural foot motion.
Orthofeet 881 Not a slick sneaker but the comfort is worth it.
January 12, 2013
Reviewer: buddy from DE
I gave this a 4 simply do to my personal taste. Having worn Nike Air Max for years until injuring my foot, this is a difficult style adjustment. BUT, it has the width I now need, and once I fooled around and came up with a two insole combination it is extremely comfortable for walking, standing etc. When I can't use FitFlops i am using these around the house. I have not tried them outside yet but plan to comver them with Totes and try today.They may be the only thingIcan use to cut grass this summer.
Wears this shoe: With pants, for walking with heavy socks, standing, etc.
Walking Cradles Ashby Very comfortable walking shoe
January 11, 2013
Reviewer: Esam from New Mexico
This is a very comfortable walking shoe but runs a bit small, I bought a size 6W and the width felt just right while my toes touched the front of the shoe even though I normally wear a size 6 and I am hoping they will get a bit bigger when regularly worn. All in all a very nice shoe but I suggest ordering 1/2 a size up.
Wears this shoe: Work, leisure