Cosyfeet Mambo shoe imageFootwear specialist Cosyfeet has announced the launch of its new Mambo shoe for swollen feet, aiming to provide clients with supreme underfoot comfort.

Featuring the shock-absorbing Cushion Active footbed, Mambo effectively protects knee and ankle joints as well as vulnerable feet.

Made with a 6E width fitting as standard, the stylish, contemporary shoe has a flexible, lightweight sole that moves with the foot for maximum comfort. A cushioned lining provides a “luxurious” feel and a removable footbed allows for extra depth or to accommodate bespoke orthotics if needed.

The Mambo also comes with two fastening systems: a lace fastening allows the shoes to be adjusted for a perfect fit and a handy zip fastening means they can be slipped on and off in seconds. The shoe also has a deep, seam-free toe area that provides plenty of room for sensitive toes.

Importantly, the style meets the stringent criteria of the Healthy Footwear Guide, which champions the importance of wearing healthy, comfortable footwear.

In tests by the University of Central Lancashire, Cosyfeet’s ‘Cushion Active Underfoot Comfort System’ was shown to deliver between 23 percent and 25 percent less impact shock to the lower leg than a selection of leading brand trainers.

Made with soft, premium leathers, the Mambo is available in sizes 4 to 9, including half sizes. It comes in a choice of Soft Blue Floral, Blush Floral, Dark Teal and Stone.

For clients wanting to find out more about Cosyfeet’s range, they can visit the website or call 01458 447275.

Specially designed to fit and flatter extra wide and swollen feet, Cosyfeet aims to provide wide, deep and roomy footwear.

Over 11,000 healthcare professionals recommend Cosyfeet footwear to their patients.

Cosyfeet is a member of the Healthy Footwear Guide and offers a No Quibble Money Back Guarantee and free UK returns, so people can order with confidence.

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