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A new type of active shoe for swollen feet has been designed to prevent damaging impact to joints.

The sporty-styled Move shoe from Cosyfeet is specially made to protect your knee and ankle joints when you’re on the go. In tests by the University of Central Lancashire it was shown to deliver between 23% and 25% less impact shock to the lower leg than other leading brand trainers.

Cotswold Move

Cosyfeet Move in jeans blue

Created to meet the specific needs of ladies with swollen feet, the Move shoe has a cushioned footbed for an exceptional level of underfoot comfort, while the lightweight, super-flexible sole moves with the natural motion of your foot. A padded tongue also cushions your instep as you walk.

With an EEEEE+ fitting as standard, the Move shoe incorporates a deep, seam-free toe box that provides excellent protection for sensitive toes. A soft, yielding collar around the ankle is also built into the shoe, to fit both swollen and slimmer ankles.

Cotswold Move

Cosyfeet Move in navy

“Research has shown that taking a daily walk is really beneficial to health,” says Cosyfeet Managing Director Andrew Peirce. “This shoe is designed to help people take exercise without causing impact damage to their joints.”

The Move shoe is priced at £69.00 (or £57.50 if you qualify for VAT relief due to a chronic medical condition). It comes in sizes 4 to 9 including half sizes and is available in Dove Grey, Jeans Blue or Navy.

Cosyfeet Move

Cosyfeet Move in dove grey

This Cosyfeet style has been shown to meet all the criteria set out by the Healthy Footwear Guide. The Healthy Footwear Guide is a collaboration between UK footwear brands and foot health professionals. It aims to highlight the importance of wearing healthy, comfortable footwear.

For this and other great extra roomy styles from Cosyfeet visit: www.cosyfeet.com or call 01458 447275.

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Marianne Wilson
Who Am I?

Marianne is a PR and 'health and wellbeing' writer with a special interest in feet, exercise, allergies, sensitive skin and dietary intolerance.

When not working, Marianne is a nature-loving wife and mum who bakes her own spelt bread, is a keen recycler and enjoys a 'yomp' in the countryside.

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