Ease the effects of long hours spent on your feet with the Timberland PRO® Pro-Renova Caregiver Backstrap. This women's comfort shoe features an easy-to-clean polyurethane upper with breathable channels. The anatomically shaped, oblique toe box allows the forefoot to spread for reduced foot fatigue. Exclusive Anti-Fatigue Technology offers all-day standing comfort, leg and back support, and shock absorption. An antimicrobial Agion™ footbed lining eliminates odor-causing bacteria. The Timberland PRO® Pro-Renova Backstrap clog has a non-slip polyurethane sole with a rocker bottom to promote proper joint motion.
I work 10-12 hour shifts and this is the most comfortable shoe I have yet to purchase. I have difficulty with very sore/hurting heels in many shoes and this shoe has stopped all the discomfort in a few days. I was almost in tears the last few days with my other shoes at the end of my shift. I feel so much energy left in my day after work now. Thank you for these shoes!!!!!
I bought these shoes for work and I wear them every day. They are comfortable and some of my days are more than 12 hours. They are starting to show scuff marks but I think it just shows the miles I have put on them.
I bought these for my daughter's birthday, she's vegan, doesn't like leather and is on her feet on concrete all day so I thought they'd be perfect. She wears a size 8 so I got the 8-8.5, which proved to be too big and too wide. Easily exchanged for the next smaller size down, which she loves.
I bought these shoes along with another pair for work, I only work 3 days a week usually 12 hr shifts. I would switch between this pair and my other pair and within three week the one shoe started falling apart on me at the inside sole. They were very comfortable but they fall apart
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