Give yourself a break from chronic foot pain. Since 1875, when Irving Drew began crafting extra-fine welt shoes for women, Drew has made foot comfort and health a priority. Without sacrificing style, the company specializes in therapeutic comfort footwear for those with diabetes, arthritis, and other types of conditions, including roll in (ankle valgus), roll out (ankle varus), hammertoes, ball of foot pain (metatarsalgia), high arches (pes cavus), flat feet (pes planus), bunions, calluses, and plantar fasciitis and heel pain.
Hallmarks of Drew shoes include soft, full grain leathers and fine, handmade craftsmanship to provide all-day comfort in styles ranging from casual to athletic, and dress to sandals. Each shoe has over 20 performance features including: smooth, breathable linings; added or double depth for orthotics, inserts and modifications; removable, cushioned insoles that inhibit bacteria growth; supportive, tempered steel shanks; and shape-retaining, wide toe boxes. Drew also offers one of the most extensive size/width combinations in the industry, so there's a style to fit virtually every foot.
Drew men's shoes range from fisherman sandals to classic sneakers to hard-working Drew boots that let a man put in a full day on the job.
Drew women's shoes include a selection of pumps and professional shoes in different heel heights that make it easy to get through an eight hour day and go out to dinner afterwards, while still in complete comfort.
Originally introduced as a Drew sandals line, the Barefoot Freedom® brand is designed for women who demand style and beautiful craftsmanship but still want the health benefits the company is famous for. Detailed stitching, superior leathers and unique closures are paired with the latest styling, softest linings and foot-pampering removable insoles. Fashionable, comfortable, and available in a wide range of colors and hard-to-find sizes—essentially these are Drew orthopedic shoes that look nothing like the traditional perception of orthopedic footwear.
Drew diabetic shoes: The company is a leader in diabetic footwear with over 100 styles that qualify for reimbursement under the 1998 Therapeutic Shoe Bill.
Drew is a sustaining member of the Pedorthic Footwear Association (PFA).