Up to 60% Off Dansko Clogs (Favorite Shoe Of Nurses)

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Zulily is a great place to save big on popular brands!

Through February 13th, hop on over to Zulily.com where you can save up to 60% off Dansko footwear. You’ll be able to score deals on booties, clogs, flats, sneakers, and sandals.

Dansko clogs are a favorite brand among nurses and other professions that require long hours on your feet due to their comfort and durability. Their clogs feature a padded instep collar and anti-fatigue rocker bottom, as well as fun colors and designs to successfully bridge the gap between function and fashion.

Hip Tip: Dansko shoes are sized according to European (EU) whole size standards. To help you find the right fit (and the comparable United States size), click on the sizing chart here.

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    Shipping starts at $5.99 and generally goes up $1- $2 with additional items.

    Consider making just one order, and then go back and order another item (or however many you like) and shipping should be FREE since they offer free shipping for almost all additional items ordered by 11:59 PM that same day. Note that some larger items may be excluded for the free shipping offer.

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  1. Ivy

    As a nurse, I’ve never understood this. As nurses, we know exactly what a shoe like this does to your feet. The design of the prevents several natural movements of the foot. Your foot is kept neutral without much actual motion. Your great for does not extend and there is no plantar fascia stretch. Yes, while wearing these, you might have relief from current foot pain or discomfort, if you can manage to wear them without tripping or bending your ankle awkwardly. But once the shoe is off your foot moves in the natural motion with great for extension and plantar fascia stretch. Once it has been prevented from doing that and then it does it again you actually set yourself up for greater injury and pain. It increases your chances of inflammation, strains, and tears because of the sudden rapid change of motion as you walk barefoot or in another style of shoe. Even your calf does not flex as it would in normal motion.
    You see a lot of nurse switch back to a good athletic shoe after a time wearing these.
    Still when you hear the horror stories of nurses running to codes in these suffering seriously injury likely as a result of this shoe (like the nurse who tripped going down stairs and hit her head)…you gotta keep asking why this shoe is so commonly used by newer nurses. Why aren’t we warning our own more.

    I like a good pair of Skechers of Adidas myself. 🤷

    • Ivy

      Great toe extension. Not sure why it keeps correcting toe to for.

    • Mary

      Well said. Nothing beats a supportive sneaker and compression socks. I will also add that when I was on a psych floor no one wore shoes like this. Retraining someone is hard enough, the last thing you wasn’t is to get punched in the face because your foot can’t grip the floor.

      • Mary

        Autocorrect having fun with me too 😊

    • anom

      I agree with you except I have tried so many different pairs of sneakers upwards to $200 and none make me last a whole shift. The only shoes I can wear are Klogs with an added thick insole from Amazon. But I agree on the Danskos. Cute looking but hard and inflexible.

  2. BuffaloGal

    I loved these shoes back in the day. …until I didn’t. My plantar fasciitis was out of control and I had the worst great toe pain. I’ve tried every sneaker under the sun. Finally I tried Alegria and I have never looked back. My great toe pain is pretty much gone and haven’t felt plantar fasciitis pain since I started wearing them. That said I have friends who swear by Dansko. So to each their own. Whatever works on those long days on hard hospital floors. .

  3. Denisec

    I stepped on a rock while wearing these. Foot slid sideways as I went down, heel came out and foot stayed in, twisting the top of my foot. MRI showed a fracture and bones on top of foot shifted. Non weight bearing in an air cast boot for weeks and worked back to weight bearing. Over 4 years ago and I still hurt!

  4. deb

    I have been in nursing for 28+ yrs and got a pair a few years ago. Mistake #1. Mistake #2 was wearing them on a 12 hr shift!! I was barefoot up and down the halls before the night was over. I don’t recommend danscos but very cute styles.

  5. Michelle

    I’m a nurse too and I wouldn’t recommend Danskos anymore either (I like Dansko sport but they stopped making them and the sole eventually starts to disinegrate and then you have to throw the whole shoe away.)

    I’ve done some long-ass med passes (10+hours) in SNF and I think HOKA tennis shoes are the best for my plantar fasciitis. I think I’m going to try and sell my (used – but in good condition) Danskos on ebay.

  6. Melissa

    Always thought these were the best, but I just wear sneakers now. I’m a NICU nurse and was tired of praying not to break my ankle in these having to sprint to emergencies in L&D lol

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