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Hi guys, 

 

I am a recent enroller in a culinary course. I am already struggling with my feet 2 months in :( I have some Croc's clogs which I was recommended but finding them really uncomfortable. 

 

I have been speaking to some other people on my course and they have had similar problems. There has been some discussion around chef's foot? Is this common? Do many people have it and how can I prevent it?

 

Thanks 

 

Steve. 

post #2 of 3

Hi, Steve!

I am a huge fan of Shoes for Crews (shoesforcrews) and recommend them highly; the cost is reasonable, customer service is excellent and the quality is quite good. There have been some other discussions on CT re: shoes. You may want to poke around to see what others have to say. I have seen the Dansko brand mentioned a few times, along with some others.

Good luck with your course and take care of your feet!

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post #3 of 3

Sanita clogs are excellent for pro kitchens and any profession where you stand a long time. The Cabrio model has a shoe type shine and the oiled leather model requires shoe shine if you don't want it to stain. Sanita is discounted everywhere and if you get on Sierra Trading Post's email list they're sometimes available at an extra discount.  

 

The euro sizing is tough to figure out and because some of the men's and woman's clogs are the same, sizing is even crazier.

 

Sanita used to make Dansko but a while back sold the same shoes under their own name at a lower cost. 


Edited by mano - 2/24/13 at 7:54am
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