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  1. How to Deal With the Cold

    Stay warm no matter how cold the weather outside gets.

    Poor circulation can be a common foot health issue for those suffering from diabetes, according to Diabetesforecast.org. Sometimes, people with diabetes also suffer from peripheral neuropathy, where they get persistent aches, pains or numbness in one or both of their feet. But, that doesn’t mean you have to suffer.
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  2. Discover Our New Dress Shoe: The Mallory

    Meet Mallory

    Whether heading to work, casual outing or a special event, the Mallory is there with you every step of the way.

    We’re excited to introduce a new addition to the Dr. Comfort® Women's Dress Collection: The Mallory. A sleek-looking, slip-on dress shoe that delivers plenty of fashion and function.
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  3. Dress Up With These Classic Shoe Styles

    Having a great pair of dress shoes in your closet is not a luxury, it’s a must.

    You want to look your best at any event, meeting or date that requires a dressy shoe. So, why not invest in a classic style that is comfortable, durable and versatile.
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  4. Fall Into Boots

    Fall Boot

    So long sandals, hello boots.

    Boot season is upon us and there’s no better way to spruce up your closet than with a functional and stylish boot that delivers comfort and support needed for your foot health conditions this season.
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  5. 4 Things to Know About the Men’s Performance and Women’s Refresh

    A Dr. Comfort® classic sneaker that keeps getting better and better.

    Whether living with diabetes or other foot health conditions, our goal here at Dr. Comfort® is to provide you with comfortable, no-bulk, attractive shoes that can help protect your feet. A shoe that helps prevent skin irritation and is easy to put on is a must. And we are proud to carry the Performance and Refresh athletic shoes that provide fashion and function to make your life easier and feet more comfortable.
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  6. Welcome BLUPRINT™ to Dr. Comfort®

    Welcome Bluprint

    We understand that style matters when it comes to shoes. But fit and comfort matter more in order to make sure you keep your feet healthy. And sometimes you have to sacrifice one over the other. However, there’s no need to sacrifice comfort over style. Continue reading

  7. Top Dr. Comfort® Shoe Picks

    At Dr. Comfort®, we believe in comfortable, quality footwear. That’s why we use high-quality material and construct shoes to help provide comfort to your feet. Whether you’re looking for a casual shoe for work, something dressy for a special occasion, or something to wear during activity or to run around town, we’ve got a shoe for you. Continue reading

  8. How to Care for Dr. Comfort® Shoes

     

    Caring for Your Dr. Comfort® Shoes

    Not all shoes are created the same, therefore you can’t treat them the same. Caring for a stretch Lycra® shoe is not the same as a leather shoe. However, each shoe needs proper care and maintenance. Properly cleaning your shoes can help prevent damage to your footwear and help keep them lasting a little longer. From athletic and sandals to casual and dress, here’s how to care for your Dr. Comfort® shoes. Continue reading

  9. Gear to Get You Moving

    Gear to Move

    Whether you’ve been active in the past or not, it’s not too late to start now. So, find the gear to get you moving. Continue reading

  10. 4 Tips to Winterize Your Boots and Protect Your Feet

    Winterize Your Boots

    Whether it’s water, dirt or snow, winter is hard on your shoes—especially your boots.

    Boots are great to wear in cold weather because of their durable rubber sole which helps prevent slippage on wet or icy surfaces. However, because they are worn and trekked through wet, dirty terrain, they tend to wear more easily. And while leather boots are stylish, if left damp and untreated, moisture can seep inside your shoe affecting the inside of the boot and can leave your foot cold and wet.

    To winterize your favorite boots, and protect your feet from getting cold and wet, here are a few recommendations. Continue reading

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