Dr. Comfort Men’s Performance Athletic Shoe

Dr. Comfort Men's Performance Athletic Shoe

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  • Provides arch support and stability for workouts
  • 84% approval rating on their website
  • Eligible product for FSA and HSA
  • Podiatric Medical Association approved
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Pros & Cons

What we like ...
  • The product includes gel inserts
  • Protective toe box
  • No-tie toggle closure
  • Podiatric Medical Association approved
What needs improvement ...
  • Limited reviews
  • Expensive
  • Only 4 colors

Product Summary

The Performance men’s athletic shoes from Dr. Comfort are medically tested and approved to help support your foot with all-day comfort. The gel-padded inserts are of standard quality providing proper support and balance. The Performance shoe comes in men’s sizes ranging from 6 to 15. Each size is available in three different width options: medium, wide, and extra wide. Four color options are available: black, gray, blue, and red.

The shoe is durable and made with high-quality leather and flexible mesh materials. With free shipping and a six-month warranty, Dr. Comfort wants you to love the Performance shoe or your money back. It’s a lightweight athletic shoe option rated 4 out of 5 stars on their website. Our main downside is that they are expensive. Still, you’ll get an excellent cross-trainer shoe built with cushion and durability.


Men's Sizes



Black, Black/Gray, Blue, Red


Medium, Wide, Extra Wide


Leather and Mesh



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      We love this athletic shoe for the medical approvals, trusted brand name, and various options to fit your needs. The only downside is the price; however, the shoe is covered by Medicare, HSA, and FSA if it’s medically necessary.