Propet Men’s and Women’s PedWalker 3 Oxford Shoes

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  • $104.95 - April 1, 2019
  • $103.60 - March 31, 2019
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  • Highest Price: $104.95 - April 1, 2019
  • Lowest Price: $103.60 - March 31, 2019
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Price history for Propet Men's MPED3 Pedwalker 3 Oxford
Latest updates:
  • $104.95 - April 1, 2019
  • $103.60 - March 31, 2019
  • $104.04 - March 30, 2019
Since: March 30, 2019
  • Highest Price: $104.95 - April 1, 2019
  • Lowest Price: $103.60 - March 31, 2019
Last Amazon price update was: April 22, 2019 11:46 am
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Propet PedWalker 3 Oxford Shoes Review

If you are looking for some comfortable but smart looking orthopedic shoes, these are a great choice. The PedWalker 3 is an diabetic shoe that features a comfortable, stretch upper with adjustable hook and loop fasteners, and a robust but flexible sole.

These shoes are ideal for diabetics and for older people who suffer from issues with swollen feet. They look quite smart, and could be used as ‘everyday’ shoes for those who need the extra comfort but still like to keep up a stylish appearance. These shoes are available in men’s and women’s sizes, with a range of width options. The shoe tends to run true to size, and the hook and loop closure allows the wearer to adjust the tightness of the fit as required.

Designed With Comfort in Mind

These shoes are quite wide fitting and are designed to allow you to add custom orthotics on top of the insole that comes with them. The soles are quite hard and while they do have some grip on them, they are not designed to give lots of traction. This means you will need to take care when walking on smoother surfaces, such as laminate flooring or vinyl.

Propet markets these shoes as occasional walkers for those who have limited mobility, not as a shoe for someone who tends to enjoy going on long walks. There are other models of Propet shoe that would fill that role, such as the Cronus sneaker.

The top of the shoe is very soft and stretchy, and the hook and loop strap allows the wearer to adjust the shoe for comfort. This is important for diabetics who are concerned about a tighter-fitting shoe aggravating any circulation problems. The insoles are replaceable, and you should do so regularly to ensure maximum comfort. While these are marketed as a diabetic shoe they could be a good choice for people with arthritis and even those who simply struggle with more traditional fasteners and harder shoes. They are a comfortable product that offers good support without being too tight.

Review Details
8.9 Total Score
Propet PedWalker 3 Oxford Shoes

Finding an orthopedic shoe that looks and feels good can be tricky. The Propet PedWalker 3 Oxford line of shoes fills this role well for those who are looking for a comfortable product for occasional wear.

Cushioning
9.5
Stability
9.0
Traction
7.5
Flexibility
9.5
Ease of Donning
9.0
PROS
  • Thick and durable adjustable velcro strap for a custom fit.
  • Rubber sole is thick and supportive but also flexible.
  • Designed for minimal walks for people with limited mobility.
  • Soft, flexible, and stretchable upper for fitting swollen feet.
  • Replaceable insoles.
CONS
  • Not a lot of traction for slick surfaces.
  • Not designed for people who want to do lots of walking
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Assistive Technology Professional, Custom Wheelchair Specialist, Medical Equipment Guru, Dad and Grandfather | Scott Grant is dad to four awesome daughters and grandfather to three pretty terrific grandkids. When not working as a custom wheelchair specialist at a regional home medical equipment company, he enjoys early morning runs and occasional kayak trips. He is also a self-admitted nerd who loves anything from the 1980's.

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