White Beard, I would bet they are comfortable. That's why I posted this, because I knew there were nurses on here that could tell me first hand. Like I said, I spent about
250.00 on orthonics!! I could scream. They had this gimmick, well maybe there was something to it, where you walk on it and it tells you, your gait--but you know, when you are in pain, you want something to work and it did make sense--that's why chiropractors do so well, as well as pilates and yoga classes, because they make sense that a good spine alignment can be very beneficial. My chiro at the time said I was pulling to the left, so if your spine is out of wack and you have other problems, plus the over prolongation--(I still need to look up that word)-well, together, you are not going to be walking correctly and that is why I thought, hey maybe nurse's shoes, would allow you to be comfortable and made well. My husband still thinks, it would be too much for me to be on my feet all day, and he may be right and I don't want to face it, But I know when I was going to the chiropractor I was walking more, but he took thousands from me--no, I gave it. He thought it would take a few months to improve, hah. And I never got a call back to see how I was--that is so not right. I'll look into those, the Crocs, etc, I always knew for years, I needed something bouncy. Thanks again WB and Pam.