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Comfortable Boots for women

Published on August 31st, 2013 | by Kirsten Borrink

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Comfortable Shoes for Teachers | Round Three: Cobb Hill

Cobb hill paulette

Cobb Hill is to New Balance as apple is to apple tree, or some similar analogy that makes more sense.  Think of Cobb Hill shoes as stylish flats, loafers, pumps and boots with the comfort technologies of New Balance built in. Find a retailer near you to try on a pair!

Cobb Hill: Cobb Hill Footwear: Women's

The Paulette slip-on above features a removable cushioned EVA footbed making it orthotic-friendly. It’s available in three widths, sizes 6-11. $90 at Zappos, free shipping both ways. $89.99 at CobbHillShoes.com, free shipping. $85.95 at FootSmart with free shipping. Available in size 12 at Nordstrom, $89.95 with free shipping and returns. 

Cobb Hill Sandy

If you prefer a heel under three inches, try the Cobb Hill Sandy with its cushioned EVA footbed and twin elastic goring for easy-on, easy-off. Available in three widths, sizes 6-11. $97.95 at Shoebuy, free shipping and returns. $89.99-97 at Amazon, free shipping, $97.99 at CobbHillShoes.com, free shipping. See the new Shelia heeled oxford with a similar heel as the Sandy. 
Cobb hill bethany

Cobb Hill Bethany–a customer favorite from last fall that’s back again for another season. A back zipper allows for easy-on without having to fuss with the laces. The Bethany features an EVA foam footbed with decent arch support, and a shock-absorbing polyurethane outsole. Available in black, dark red and taupe for $140 at Amazon, and $144.95 at Shoebuy.

If you love the feel of your New Balance tennies, Cobb Hill introduces their new line of footwear with the same REVlite™ midsole cushioning as New Balance running shoes!


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3 Responses to Comfortable Shoes for Teachers | Round Three: Cobb Hill

  1. Judy says:

    I have the Cobb Hill “Shannon” boots and I love them. They have great arch support and lots of padding. They also look dressy enough for work. The heel is a modest two inches, but I also need a boot with a lower heel as I have halix limitus and shoes with heels put too much pressure on my toes.

  2. Lady Harriet says:

    My mom has the Paulette loafers and says they’re the most comfortable shoes she’s ever owned. She has fairly wide, size 10.5-11 feet and has the shoes in 11 M. Cobb Hill doesn’t really work for my feet, but they look cute on her and I’m glad she loves them!

  3. Gail Davies says:

    I have RA and I’m am looking for comforatble shoes/sandals in sizes 4, 4.5, 5 with medium width. Can you recommend any? Thank you–Gail

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