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 581 Worth the money!!
March 19, 2013
Reviewer: OE from Orlando, FL
For decades I have been had a foot problem called "supination", which simply means that I walk on the outsides of my feet. Over a period of time, foot and knee problems can develop. By using special inserts along with the Orthofeet boots, my foot problem has greatly improved!! These boots are the most comfortable shoes I have ever owned. The thick cushioning material of the boot combined with the wide toe box make my feet and knees very happy. I will definitely order another pair when these wear out!!
Wears this shoe: Every day to work.
Orthofeet 481 ugly but comfortable
March 18, 2013
Reviewer: John from El Segundo,Ca.
These look like fred munster shoe or frankinstein wore them maybe.But that said really comforable would recomend them to anyone who has wide feet. Very light shoe Very happy with them
Wears this shoe: work
Reebok Club Wht 21195/892 Excellent product
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: Roy from Lansdale, Pa.
Every reorder is as satisfactory as the last...a great product.
Wears this shoe: Daily
Johnston & Murphy Harding Moc Slip-On Way too small
February 20, 2013
Reviewer: Tom from Ann Arbor, MI
Have been buying size 12M J&M shoes for years. For the first time, the 12M did not fit. In fact, these shoes are the most uncomfortable shoes I have ever worn. Unfortunately, I tried to break them in over two wearings at work and the shoes are not returnable now. So I am stuck with a pair of extremely uncomfortable shoes.
Wears this shoe: To work
January 29, 2013
Reviewer: John from DFW, Texas
Good work shoe
Wears this shoe: Casual and to work