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Women 50+ Know: Stylish comfortable shoes Most Liked Hot Conversation

1. Aerosoles
From Joanna in Comfortable shoes that aren’t frumpy
Aerosoles has comfortable shoes that are really gorgeous. The sales are great now. :-)

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2. Birkenstocks
From youngatheartgram in A wardrobe for all regions
“…Birkenstocks are indeed the most comfortable shoe I’ve ever worn, yes, even with socks in the winter…”

3. SoftWalk shoes.
From slamond in Comfortable shoes that aren’t frumpy
“…I swear by SoftWalk shoes. They are wonderfully padded on the inside, and very durable. They are over $100, but my shoes are still going strong after 2-3 years! I use Zappos.com and Shoebuy.com

4. Sofft Shoes
From malarkey in Comfortable shoes that aren’t frumpy
“Look for the Sofft line of shoes. Very comfortable and classy looks.”

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5. Ecco Shoes
From lefty303 in Sensible shoes that are cute!
“I’m a sixty year old (is that possible??) innkeeper and am on my feet from 6:30AM until 8:30PM seven days a week. For shoes, I absolutely swear by Ecco’s. They have been such a lifesaver. Fairly expensive but worth every single penny!”

6. SAS Shoes
From gigi in Sensible shoes that are cute!
“My everyday shoes for summer are SAS sandals for comfort, but they are too chunky for dressing up.”

7. Footsmart.com
From LucyB in Sensible shoes that are cute!
“You can give a look to Footsmart.com. I have recently had surgery on my right foot, and have found a few there that are cute and wearable too. I may go into business designing sexy flats for women who are too smart (and too pained) to wear the other kinds!”

8. Crocs.com
From meigler in Sensible shoes that are cute!
“I would go check out Crocs.com. For a long time all they had were the huge clogs or flip-flops. Now they have a ton of other options including dressy shoes. Just look at all the options on their site. I wear crocs about 300 days a year.”

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9. Keen Footwear
From kayasinger in Sensible shoes that are cute!
“I have major knee issues and shoes with any heel at all makes my knees hurt when I walk. It’s a huge drag but the reality. The only shoes I can wear are Keens. They are cute, stylish and comfortable.”

10. Taryn Rose
From TomG in Taryn Rose shoes are stylish and comfortable
Taryn Rose was an orthopedist who decided to make shoes that feel great and look great–something only a woman could have figured out was actually possible. They are not cheap–I buy mine at her store in New York–but you will never regret them.”

11. Glory Chen
From Babette Pinsky in Glory Chen: Sophisticated, comfortable shoes
“…there’s a new shoe line called Glory Chen that is the first shoes I’ve found in a while that really work for me. … The store is beautifully designed and the shoes are fabulous. They look like grown-up, sophisticated campers. They’ve got heels but they’re not spikey, and they don’t look dowdy. They look very contemporary. The designer has a great eye and she does nice padded insides so they’re comfortable. Most of the heels are made of rubber, but they’re very sculptural and very colorful. They’re really terrific.”

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  1. Generic Image beachlady10 says

    Crocs, The Patricia is great comes in various colors!

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  2. Jill Smart Jill Smart says

    LizFlex by Liz Claiborne…everything from flats, to heels to boots..stylish & COMFORTABLE!

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  3. Generic Image Suze999 says

    As someone with large, flat, splayed, arthritic feet, it is really a challenge to find anything, even athletic shoes and definitely something I can wear to the office. For office, I’ve found that many flat Mary Jane and t-strap style shoes have a wider metatarsal area and larger toe box, and many come in walkers. For me, men’s athletic shoes fit much better, and are fairly easy to find in “unisex” colors. But I wear a size 11 women’s shoe, easy to find the right men’s equivalent!

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    • dzl_me dzl_me says

      I empathize with you.  I have size 10 wide feet.  In the last two years, I have had foot surgeries, and one more upcoming.  I have recently found Life Strides, a new line of the Brown Shoe Company who also have Naturalizer and Dr. Scholls.  Life Strides sandals are a godsend for me as I can get wide widths, they are comfortable and look good with a skirt.  Also, they’re reasonably priced.  You can check them out online. http://www.lifestride.com/

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  4. Generic Image Ceil Mena says

    Sofft shoes!! don’t ever bother with anything else!

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  5. Generic Image inspired says

    Clarks are very comfortable and they are beginning to get some very cute new styles.

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  6. emkay emkay says

    I’m a loyal fan of Aerosoles. now that they’re finally making some stylish ones.  But, I recently ran across a brand in Penneys that are lined with memory foam.  It’s like walking on clouds.  The brand name is STRICTLY COMFORT.  I also like Bandolino and Franco Sarto.

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  7. dusty dusty says

    Fidji – like walking on air and great styles.

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  8. ms michele ms michele says

    ugg boot

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  9. Generic Image jinxiecat says

    I had a kidney transplant and because  of the steroid meds, I gained a lot of weight.  My ankles and feet always have a tendency to swell, even with diuretics and many other meds  I take.  I have always worn a 10B, but even now I have trouble with not  enough width.  It’s hard to find decent looking shoes with swollen feet and  ankles.  Any ideas on any reasonably priced lines of shoes.  Even Naturalizers are tight and uncomfortable.  I guess a need wider width, but what brand?

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  10. Pam Palmer Pam Palmer says

    I have a very annoying foot problem called Morton’s neuroma and comfortable shoes are an absolute must.  I can no longer wear a heal higher than 2″-2.5″ because of this condition.  Anyway, finding comfortable shoes became an actual quest for me.  I have probably wasted money doing this, but I have come up with what really works well for me.  Keens–the Zermatt Clogs are wonderful–great colors.Great with slacks and jeans and skirts and black tights.  I also have  Keen sandals which you can launder in the machine.  I love these and wear them in summer. Birkenstocks are still amazing after all these years.  I have at least 6 pairs in a variety of colors and I wear them all year long and with socks, too. Finn Comforts are expensive, but worth it.  I own 3 pairs of these–2 dress and 1 casual. Since I am an outdoor person and have 2 golden retrievers who need a lot of exercise, it is also important for walking them to have comfortable shoes. All the shoes I mentioned can be worn all day long and remain comfortable all day long which is the way shoes are meant to be.  When I think of the stiletto heels I used to wear in my youth, I cringe!  My doctor told me it is the reason I ended up with this foot problem.  Now I realize you don’t have to wear 4″plus  heels to look fashionable.  In addition to casual shoes there are also good dress shoes out there that are stylish and comfortable. And ask yourself why is it that more women than men have foot issues!  It doesn’t take a genius to figure that one out.

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    • Donna Neumann Donna Neumann says

      Just wanted to say that I had a Morton’s Neuroma issue many years ago (also from persisting in wearing ill fitting shoes for the sake of vanity) and had it removed surgically. It totally cleared up the pain and I have been more careful with shoe selection since.

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  11. Generic Image trishareece says

    Beautifeel shoes, made in Israel; Lucchese western boots; and, Shapeups by Skechers!

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    • ronibuni ronibuni says

      I just bought a pair of Shapeups due to my knee surgery…I am walking flat footed! These shoes MAKE me walk normally. It hurts now but I will be glad soon enough; I have been struggling with the injury since last July then a questionable surgery in December. I would be stunned if anyone noticed I was NOT walking like a penquin…

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  12. Generic Image ragtimequeen says

    DANSKO, DANSKO, DANSKO!! I developed plantar fascitis, and within minutes of putting on the great looking Dansko clogs, the pain was gone. (And I like feeling taller!)

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  13. Generic Image medwoman says

    I am a health care provider and on my feet for long hours walking long halls.  I was having knee pain and muscle cramps in the night in my calves.   I purchased Dansko shoes with a small heel and Mary Jane straps that fit my feet well and look good. I am always getting compliments.   I have them in three colors now.  I also love the feel of Born styles and they have expanded to some very updated styles.   My younger coworkers think I am pretty hip.  ( or at least they make me feel so!)  

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  14. sdarrling sdarrling says

    I found that Merrells are super comfortable, a bit pricey but worth it.  I also like some of Naturalizers.  I wear a 10 1/2 which is a very very difficult size to find. I use Zappos.com quite often or try the shoe outlets for discounts on the expensive brands.  I will have to check out some of the above listed ones.  For a cheap shoe that is pretty comfy I buy Dr Scholls for casual shoes.

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  15. dancdiva dancdiva says

    I wear anything I want…high or low.  I have always cross-trained my feet and as a professional dancer/coach have worked them out so they are in great shape.  If you take care of them, they will take care of you…..

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  16. 10felines 10felines says

    Well cute maybe not…but the z-coil shoes are the best if you have foot problems.  They do have lots of styles but I do like them mostly with pants not dresses/skirts.  I had Plantar Fascitis in one foot and had surgery.  (that’s another story in itself), but when I developed PF in the other foot I said no surgery.  I saw someone with these funny looking shoes on and asked her about them.  She said they will change your life.  Skeptic that I am I certainly thought that was a bit dramatic but I figured I would check them out.  I have an extremely wide foot (EE) and have never been able to find attractive shoes in that size.  I was barely able to find anything that would fit, so a shoe that didn’t even come in wide surely wasn’t going to work.  But I can tell you I am a convert.  These shoes are very expensive ($150-200) a pair, although once you get your size figured out you can get some on e-bay cheaper.  I even got a pair of z-coil clogs on e-bay that as it turned out I did not like, so I turned back around and re-sold them on e-bay and got my money back.  I digress….anyway if you have  foot probs, or as I have been told back probs or knee probs these will change your life.  Even if you don’t yet have any of these probs but you spend a lot of time on your feet, get these and I promise you will love them.

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  17. Generic Image T Garra says

    Oops, submitted twice on accident!

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  18. Generic Image T Garra says

    Walking Cradles!! Okay, so maybe some of them are old-ish looking but check these out

    http://www.walkingcradles.com/c2/ALICIA-BLACK-LEATHER-SILVER-p26916.html

    Really?? A COMFORTABLE gladiator-style cork wedge?? It’s a miracle! The wedge is really flexible, and the footbed is covered with ‘tiny pillows’, which feel amazing. Also, they specialize in sizes and widths, so you can get a pair that fit perfectly! I love these shoes!

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  19. Generic Image Cathy Harvey says

    I have long skinny feet. No padding anywhere. I’ve been purchasing Naya from the Naturalizer site for several months now. They cost a bit more but are very comf and I can finally wear heels again!

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  20. Generic Image lisa5 says

    I have small feet a true size 5. Most places start at 6 and some 5′s are too big when I order online. This is a constant struggle and as I get older I need better more comfortable shoes. Any ideas?

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