Sole pur­pose to keep feet comfy

Daily Express - - Advertising Feature - By Ge­orge Nichols

At their heart is a mem­brane that is breath­able and wind­proof as well as wa­ter­proof, keep­ing feet pro­tected

SWOLLEN feet are so of­ten as­so­ci­ated with warmer weather – yet they can make their pres­ence felt in the win­ter, too. Chilblains, for in­stance, oc­cur when feet are ex­posed to the cold and are then warmed quickly in­doors leav­ing them ten­der and tingly.

It’s a real prob­lem for so many of us as feet can suf­fer in­side solid win­ter shoes and boots. How­ever, there is an an­swer.

Cosyfeet is the name, a whole col­lec­tion of win­ter shoes and boots de­signed to gen­tly com­fort swollen feet. One step ahead is the CosyTex range of wa­ter­proof footwear for both men and women.

At their heart is a mem­brane that is breath­able and wind­proof as well as wa­ter­proof, keep­ing feet warm and dry and pro­tected from the el­e­ments.

For men, there’s the Liv­ing­stone boot and Stan­ley shoe. For women, the Moose boot and Min­nie shoe – al­though if you need some­thing for more chal­leng­ing con­di­tions, there are the high-per­for­mance Moose and Min­nie with a self-clear­ing tread that works well in mud, ice and snow.

Also new this win­ter are two con­tem­po­rary boot styles for women – both with at­trac­tive de­sign and trendy colours so you wouldn’t know that they are spe­cially de­signed to fit swollen feet. Me­gan is made from softly-tex­tured leather and has a faux fur lin­ing to keep feet warm while Markle has a stretchy panel to take the pres­sure off bunions and swelling.

Their laces can be ad­justed to fit swelling and they have a re­mov­able footbed so you can wear your own or­thotic.

For the ul­ti­mate in cosy com­fort, team them with Cosyfeet ex­tra roomy ther­mal socks.

Swollen feet don’t sim­ply dis­ap­pear when you come in from the cold – what you need is cosy slip­pers with that ex­tra touch.

Sleepy, a soft yet sup­port­ive slip­per with a warm pile lin­ing, is de­signed to keep the cold­est feet warm.

The touch-fas­ten­ing strap ad­justs to fit swollen feet while the sump­tu­ously soft, padded col­lar gives added com­fort.

For men, there’s Ru­dolph with a fleeced, faux fur lin­ing that feels beau­ti­fully soft and warm, a god­send if your feet feel the cold.

Em­brac­ing the trend for all things Scandi, Cosyfeet has de­vel­oped a range of Scan­di­na­vian-in­spired wool slip­pers for swollen feet.

They’re made on a foot-shaped last from pure wool so they’re ex­cep­tion­ally warm and comfy.

Thanks to their unique con­struc­tion, they’re vir­tu­ally seam-free so they’re an ideal choice for peo­ple with di­a­betes or very sen­si­tive feet and toes.

There’s Bjorn for men while women can choose from Anna and Frieda.

Cosyfeet footwear is smart and stylish yet at its core is a prod­uct cre­ated to help those with prob­lem feet – the range is rec­om­mended by more than 11,000 health­care pro­fes­sion­als and Cosyfeet is a mem­ber of the Healthy Footwear Guide.

There’s a no-quib­ble money-back guar­an­tee, so if you’re not sat­is­fied with a prod­uct, for any rea­son, at any time, you can re­turn it for an ex­change or re­fund.


SWELL IDEA: Cosyfeet of­fer a col­lec­tion of win­ter shoes and boots to gen­tly com­fort swollen, sore feet

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