Pedors Orthopedic Shoes for Women – Part 1

Just as we promised here at the Diabetic Shoes HuB, we’ve made some additions to the already popular catalog of diabetic shoes for women. All of the new shoes are from the Pedors line of orthopedic footwear. We have added quite a bit so in order to talk about all of them, we need to split this post into two different parts. So without further delay, here are the newest items to an all-star cast:

The ever-so-comfy Pedors Clogs in beige and the Pedors Clogs in Black are lightweight clogs and are the premier shoe for comfort, style and support for women. We have also added the Pedors version of the popular Mary Jane Shoes in black along with the Mary Jane Shoes in beige which were designed specifically for people with Diabetes and Arthritis related foot problems.

*edit: Jan. 19th, 2010 – Pedors has informed us that the Mary Jane shoes have been discontinued.

But we didn’t stop there. Pedors also came out with a more personalized version of the Mary Jane shoes for women with the black Mary Jane II Shoes and the beige Mary Jane II shoes. These Mary Jane shoes for women are a stretch version of the classic Mary Jane with an adjustable strap for added support. Another favorite among the Pedors crowd is the Vienna shoe. The orthopedic shoes come in Veinna beige, Vienna black, and Vienna brown. The Pedors Vienna shoes are a mix of elegant style with all the comfort associated with the ever-so-popular Pedors brand.

Those are all of the product additions for now, but be ready for part-two of this post coming very soon.

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One Response to “Pedors Orthopedic Shoes for Women – Part 1”

  1. Pedors - New Products at The HuB « Just a Chinese Kid in Arizona Says:

    […] we added so many shoes to the women’s category that we had to split them up into two parts here and here. Let us know what you think of the products and if you have any other ideas for additional […]


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