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Do you need footwear that is wide and deep, ideal for swollen or problem feet or that can accommodate an orthotic? Look no further. Cosyfeet design and make footwear that is deeper and roomier than anywhere else. All of our women’s styles are a 6E width fitting.
Do you need footwear that is wide and deep, ideal for swollen or problem feet or that can accommodate an orthotic? Look no further. Cosyfeet design and make footwear that is deeper and roomier than anywhere else. All of our men’s styles are a 3H width fitting.
Cosyfeet socks are crafted from high quality yarns and are made to last. We guarantee your comfort and once you try our socks you won't want to wear anything else. Available in standard and extra roomy fitting.
Our range of premium hosiery is the most comfortable you’ll ever wear. Specifically designed to stay up without digging in or restricting circulation, but roomy and stretchy enough to accommodate all shapes and sizes. Cosyfeet hosiery is designed to fit you perfectly.
We cater for a multitude of foot conditions with our super range of foot comfort products. We have SmartGel™ products to soothe and protect corns and bunions, special insoles that support plantar fasciitis and heel pain, and sumptuous creams to keep feet and legs feeling soft and cared for.
Enjoy life to the fullest with our selection of products to help keep you active. With walking sticks and rollators, products that support your back and premium quality pain relief and mobility aids, we’re with you for every step.
Our collection of comfort technology footwear is made exclusively for Cosyfeet. Each style has been designed specifically with the older foot and body in mind, ensuring ultimate comfort throughout and catering for a range of foot conditions.
A new active shoe, which aims to reduce damaging impact on joints, has been designed for women with swollen feet...
Big thanks to Inspire Magazine for featuring our Move shoe in their latest online magazine. Discover the article today: http://portfolio.cpl.co.uk/inspire/2017-summer/health-news/