What are the most comfortable shoes to wear if standing up all day in a Pharmacy?

I work in a Pharmacy as a tech, from anywhere between 5 to 9 hours a day. I was wondering what are maybe the top 3 comfortable shoes in your opinion for such job.

I am quite flat-footed, so I need something comfortable. I wear Sperry’s right now, and they are super uncomfortable.

10 thoughts on “What are the most comfortable shoes to wear if standing up all day in a Pharmacy?

  1. Crocs! I’m on my feet 8-10 hours a day, and they’re the only shoes I can wear that don’t leave my feet aching at the end of the day. I’m not kidding– I think everyone should try a pair!

  2. CROCS!!!!

    I have a pair of cute mocasins that are also soft and comfortable

    Or any pair of shoes with the Dr Scholl gel pad would also work great

  3. New Balance.
    I’m a nurse, and worked 8 to 12 hours a day – almost all on my feet.
    Buy comfort insoles for any other shoes.

  4. well i would just go with sneakers.
    wear a athletic sneaker so it gives lots of support and is comfortable
    new balance shoes i would recommend because they are super
    comfortable :D. if you wanted to be warm and comfy you could go
    with ugg boots or a similar model to them.

  5. Bearpaw Moccasins – They’re really warm and comfortable!
    Nike Shox

    Maybe buy some arch supports so that you’re more comfortable, they will help help posture, and put less strain on your back while you’re standing up

  6. tennis shoes
    my dad says crocs work really well he wears them at home all the time.

  7. Lots of women who have jobs like yours swear by Dansko shoes — see below:

    http://www. squidoo. com/dansko-womens-professional-patent-leather-clog

    These shoes are designed to absorb the shock your feet and joints have been taking when you wear boat shoes. They’re also really cute!

    Another cute option is Birkis clogs like the Dorian or Maria styles:

    http://www. squidoo. com/birkis-dorian-clogs
    http://www. squidoo. com/birkis-maria-clogs

    These are a little more “fun” looking and they have cork footbeds that conform to your individual feet as you wear them. If you get these, order the “narrow” sizes if you have regular-sized feet as they run a tad wide. . .

    Don’t delay — you need your feet to be healthy. Good luck!

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