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Women's Casual Diabetic Shoes from Drew - Jada - 14320

Women's Casual Diabetic Shoes from Drew - Jada - 14320
Women's Casual Diabetic Shoes from Drew - Jada - 14320

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Product Code: 14320


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Women's Casual Diabetic Shoes from Drew - Jada - 14320

Lift your spirits and soothe your feet with color and the simple, comfortable style of The New Jada women's shoe. The Jada is made from a comfortable stretch fabric material and offers the comfort of a slipper with the support of a orthopedic shoe. The Jada has a sleek, single strap Velcro brand closure with a firm heel counter, steel shank and added depth with removable insoles replaceable with custom, prescribed orthotics. Experience all day comfort without anyone knowing you're wearing a therapeutic shoe! Get yours now! Perfect for the season.
  • - Added Depth
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  • Moldable, Dual-density Insole with Shock Absorption
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    Steel Shank
  • for Added Support
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  • Polyurethane Outsole
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    Firm Heel
  • Counter
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    6/8 Heel
  • Height
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  • Prescribed Orthotics

Average Customer Review: 4 of 5 Total Reviews: 1   Write a review.

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Love My New Shoes January 21, 2012
Reviewer: Laurie Brucki from Roanoke, VA United States  
I Love the feel and fit and look of my new shoes. I am not diabetic, but I have large feet and feet issues whereby average shoes do not fit comfortably. These shoes fit and feel great! The only negative thing I can say is that they are extemely expensive. Especially when you consider leather shoes are much less costly than these. Maybe the company will consider the economy and take a lesser profit on the shoes they sell so that people like me can afford more than one new pair of shoes a year!

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