Where do I find velcro shoes?

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I am looking for some easy on off shoes for my dad. I'm thinking velcro would be easy. Is there a store that carries shoes for the elderly?

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try footsmart they have all types of shoes including Velcro.
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You can also try curly shoelaces - they don't need to be tied, just pulled closed. Just search them online - you'll find them. I got some for my mother.
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I found Velcro shoes for my mother from Dr. Leonard's - found them in their catalog. My mother needed extra wide and these were perfect! Shoes are so difficult to fit; I was surprised how well these worked out.
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I got both of my mom's velcro sneakers from Walmart. VERY reasonably priced too. Since she has a wide foot and lots of feet problem I got the men's and not the womens. Can't tell any difference.
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my 89 year old father wears velcro sneakers. you can get them at walmart. I have seen other velcro shoes at the medical supply stores.
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My parents shop for their sneakers with Foot Smart. They have online shopping, too. I would give the url, but we know what happens to urls in the group. Zap!
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Zappos is where I bought my husband's Velcro slippers. The insert is removable. Old Friends is the brand. They come in wide to accommodate his edema. Although pricey (76.00), they have lasted 2 years so far and still look good. Zappos is great, and shipping back and forth is free in case you need to exchange them. I buy lots of shoes from them. (This is not a paid endorsement (:D).) Velcro shoes are also available here. Call the staff if you have questions about measuring the foot , etc. They are very nice.
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Thanks everyone for your help!!
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Just a comment, not only OLDER women may need velcro shoes!!!!!!!!
There are certain diseases or conditions that even younger women can find this type of shoe, helpful!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Try footcomfort, zappo's, or just "goggle" velcro shoes!!!!!!! You can also get them in medical supply stores, but they are very pricey. If you can find a clearance shoe that fits you on the on line stores, it would be a better buy. Look for the sites that will let you send the shoes back and forth without a charge. Once you start buying shoes this way, you will get better at it. Also if there is a certain brand that usually fits you well, that is the way to go. Although some of the styles in the same brand can be completely different as well.
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