New Balance Diabetic Shoes-Diabetics, are you aware that New Balance has a wide range of models approved by SADMERC / PDAC and A5500 as diabetic footwear? If not, then today is your lucky day, because as you read, you’ll find that New Balance has combined its technical features with its best sporty designs, making its diabetic footwear more comfortable, functional and stylish than much diabetic footwear on the market. Unfortunately, diabetic shoes are not very fashionable because their designs tend to focus on features rather than looks. But do not forget, diabetic shoes should be made with features to improve diabetic foot health – that’s not all about style, But it’s great when brands like New Balance offer more trendy options for diabetics and options with technically advanced shoe features.
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Most New Balance diabetic shoes have the following features:
- Leather or synthetic leather upper that is breathable to keep moisture at bay and minimize the likelihood of fungal infections.
- Hooks and loops for adjustability and easy on and off.
- The LIGHTNING DRY® Liner also keeps feet dry.
- Wide toe box design for wobbly toes – also helps with swollen feet.
- The padded collar improves comfort on the ankle.
- The removable insole can be replaced with diabetic inserts, individual orthoses or arch support.
- ABZORB® in the forefoot provides shock absorption, while ABZORB® SBS offers 5 to 10% more heel cushioning than regular ABZORB®.
- Polyurethane padded midsole for soft, comfortable straps.
- TPU Walking Strike Path® technology helps to stabilize and guide the foot through a more natural gait cycle.
- ROLLBAR® consists of a TPU lateral/medial post design for exceptional motion control to reduce excessive pronation and supination.
- Durable rubber outsole for longer durability.
- Large sizes up to Men 16 6E (XX-Wide) or Ladies 13 4E (XX-Wide).
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