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Orthofeet Bismarck - Men's Extra Depth Shoe

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OR-Bismarck
Sale $164.95
$199.95
(Save 18%)

Product Description

Orthofeet Bismarck Men's Stretchable Shoes, Designed for Protection with Style

These Stretchable Shoes from Orthofeet have substantial elasticity of the uppers providing a comfortable loose fit in the forefoot, and allowing the shoe to stretch and conform to the contours of the foot, accommodating deformities such as Bunions, Hammertoes, and eliminating pressure on Diabetic Feet with lesions, poor circulation and Edema.
  • Fully washable stretchable synthetic leather and spandex upper
  • Accommodates AFOs & KAFOs
  • Unique design combines synthetic leather & spandex, a combination which makes this shoe washable
  • Foam padded upper and extra foam padding in the tongue & collar
  • Soft, Breathable, protective fabric lining
  • Constructed on an anatomical last, with extra width across the midfoot and Toe-Box
  • 3/8" Extra Depth
  • Two sets of removable spacers (2mm and 3mm thick) allow the adjustment of the room inside the shoe
  • Cushioning sole, made of light weight polyurethane foam
  • Unique high-performance insole, designed with anatomical arch support & deep heel-seat which provides precise support and unsurpassed shock absorption.
  • A5500 Medicare-coded for use as diabetic and medical footwear
  • Merchant Note: Shoes have a plastic heel counter that is heat moldable to help snug up the heel. This is a simple fix but needs to be done by a shoe cobbler.

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features

  • A A5500 Coded
  • A AFO Accommodation
  • A APMA Acceptance
  • A Adjustable Strap
  • A Ankle support
  • A Arch support
  • B Breathable
  • C Contoured Footbed
  • C Cushioned Heel
  • D Deep Toe Box
  • E Extra Depth
  • F Flat Heel
  • H Heel Counter
  • P Padde
  • P Padded Collar
  • R Rigid Sole
  • T Tie-Less
  • W Wide Heel

FOOT CONDITIONS

  • A Accessory Navicular Syndrome
  • A Ankle Pain
  • B Brachymetatarsia
  • B Bursitis
  • C Capsulitis of the Second Toe
  • C Chronic Ankle Instability
  • D Drop Foot
  • E Equinus
  • H Haglunds Deformity
  • H Hallux Limitus/Rigidus
  • H High Arches/High Instep
  • S Sesamoiditis
  • T Tarsal Tunnel Synd

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