The Hush Puppies brand is an American legend. Starting in 1958, Hush Puppies introduced a new line of footwear to the world. Their casual shoes paired easygoing style with relaxation. Since then, Hush Puppies has grown into a global brand, a household name and a cultural icon.
Hush Puppies selection of casual, comfort, dress and athletic shoes are rooted in innovation. The brand is dedicated to bringing wearers the most advanced technologies in footwear today.
Feel the Hush Puppies shoes difference. Many of their shoes feature water, stain and scuff-resistant Worry-Free Suede® or their newest technology, WaveReflex®, designed for maximum flexibility.
Find the comfort, casual or athletic shoes you need to feel comfortable all day long. Most Hush Puppies shoes offered by ACOR fit the PDAC A5500 criteria for diabetic footwear.
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Oasis shoes combine fashion sense with exceptional materials and advanced technologies to create a line of wellness shoes unlike any others on the market. Their team of healthcare professionals and footwear experts has collaborated to create footwear that provides relief from the effects of diabetes, arthritis, and other foot ailments.
Oasis shoes and inserts are made by skilled craftsmen with details normally found only in high-end fashion footwear. Oasis shoes offer excellent comfort straight from the box and they look as good as they feel.
Some of the Features That Set Oasis Apart from the Competition:
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KeepingPace, Inc., founded by Lori Watson, the parent of a special needs child, has developed the first fashionable and durable shoe that fits easily and quickly over a brace/AFO, without being oversized, for children who require braces to support their legs and feet.
"I was amazed that the shoes available would always be out of date and never took into account the latest fashions for these children," said Watson. "We know how difficult it is to find special shoes that are contemporary, need little if any adjustment and are easily available and affordable."
In developing the shoe, Watson brought together a team of other parents of special needs children, top orthotists, designers and a specialty footwear manufacturer, who worked for eighteen months to create an athletic shoe, the first of many styles, that met the team's vision.
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The Ritz foot measuring stick quickly measures the width as well as the length of shoes required. A glance at the front gives you the length, a glance at the back gives you the width.
Item number: ACCS-00170
1. Seat the patient near the edge of a chair so that both feet are resting flat on the floor. Lay the Ritz stick along the medial side of the foot on its' side. Do not have the patient stand on the Ritz stick. The stationary side of the Ritz stick should be lightly touching the heel. Slide the measurement indicator forward until it rests against the longest toe. Press the metal slide stop to hold the slide in place. (fig. 1)
2. While still holding the metal slide stop in place, note the length of the foot under the appropriate gender. (Men's length on left, Women's length on right.) In this example, the patient has a foot length of 8. (fig. 2)
3. Turning the Ritz stick over, place the stationary guide lightly against the lateral side of the foot at the widest area of the foot. (fig. 3)
4. Slide the measurement indicator so that it is touching the medial side of the foot. Press metal slide stop to hold in place and turn Ritz stick over to indicate width number. In this case the width is a 17. (fig. 4)
5. Repeat steps 1-3 for both feet in a standing position. NOTE: A total of 8 measurements will be taken. Two on each right and left foot from a sitting position and two on each right and left foot from a standing position. (fig. 5)
6. Turning Ritz stick back over, view the width chart. Find the longest length (in this example the longest length is an 8) and find the width number directly below that length number. Follow the row of the width number to the right to identify the width of the shoe. Example, this woman is a size 8 width A or Medium width. (fig. 6)
The Brannock Device® measures accuracy, is made of quality construction and is simple to use. It incorporates three functional measurements: heel-to-toe, arch, and width.
Item number: ACCS-00252
1. Seat the patient near the edge of a chair so that both feet are resting flat on the floor. Place the patient's foot onto the Brannock Device® with the heel placed firmly in the heel cup. Make sure that the appropriate side of the device is being used, in this case, for women, as the combined Brannock Device® is designed for both genders. With the patient's foot in the Brannock Device®, identify the patient's foot length from heel to toe. Example: This woman's foot is a size 10.
2. Identify the width of the patient's foot by sliding the width guide to the edge of the foot. Make sure the foot is still in the heel cup and that you do not press hard against the edge of the foot. For our example, the person's foot is a Women's 10C.
3. Identify the arch length by moving the medial slide so that it centers on the first metatarsal phalangeal joint (MTP). Typically, this is the widest portion on the medial side of the foot. Example: This woman's foot is a 10C with an arch length of an 11.
4. Repeat steps 2-4 for both feet in a standing position. NOTE: A total of 12 measurements will be taken. Three on each right and left foot from a sitting position and three on each right and left foot from a standing position. Take the longest length measured (in this case, an 11 due to arch length) and this would be the size of the foot. Example: A woman's size 11C.
NOTE: Shoe sizes may vary depending on the last of the shoe
ACOR's seamless, Silver-Lined Diabetic Care socks are a new addition to our line of quality products. Along with all of the unique benefits offered with our X-Static® silver-lined products, these diabetic socks offer a ventilation system that keeps feet cool and dry.
The toes on our diabetic socks are both seamless and irritation-free, which is excellent for those with sensitive feet. The sole absorbs shock and fits comfortably into casual or active shoes. A rich fiber blend of X-Static®, acrylic, nylon and spandex, ACOR Silver-Lined Diabetic Care socks keep your feet very comfortable.
Acor’s Silver Lined Diabetic socks are available in three sizes, either crew sock or quarter sock style, and offer black and white color choices.
ACOR Silver-Lined Socks