A “God send” to nurses

A “God send” to nurses

Modern nursing has come along way since Florence Nightingale’s days but what hasn’t changed is the fact that the modern nurse is on his or her feet all day long. Consequently nurses feet take a great deal of punishment and the quest to kind the ideal footwear is paramount for all nurses. So it is our delight to be told that our range of dance sneakers includes a shoe that one of our nursing customers has described as a “God send”. Mrs Precious Mitchell-Hilborn took the time to write in and this is what she had to say:

“… thank you for giving me a chance to tell you how great my purchase is. You are so right to be proud of your products as it is my best purchase this year. I am a 3rd year nursing student on a very busy Acute Assessment Unit. These sneakers feel they have been designed for nurses as it prevents, cushions and supports the feet, especially the heal and arch, allowing a pain free 12 hour shift. I would go as far has to say “its like walking on air”. I would recommend this product for any healthcare professional who is primarily on their feet for long periods of time.

An absolutely fantastic product and one that will be used through out my career. I think it is paramount that these shoes should be advertised for nurses, “God send”. “

So which shoes gets such high praise? It’s Roch Valley’s Impact Dance Sneaker. The mesh and nubuck uppers ensure airflow is maximised around the foot keeping it cool and refreshed and the arch overlap provides the ideal support. The shoe is lightweight and includes air cushions within the thick none-marking soles, so you really do walk on air.

Dancemania is very greatful to Mrs Mitchell-Hilborn for taking the time to provide us with such useful feedback. We hope that it proves useful to you too.

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