Rambler Shoe

Estimated delivery between July 23 and July 28
$149.00 $51.28

FINAL CLEARANCE ITEM. Final Clearance returns are eligible for store credit ONLY.

The Rambler accommodates moderate to substantial swelling.

The Rambler is built on a men's wide base and can accommodate up to 4E volume for women. Ideal for moderate to substantial swelling – also for those seeking an extra-wide yet supportive shoe, or those needing room for edema, braces and other inconveniences. This well-crafted shoe is built to accommodate volume, and provide heel and arch support. Handcrafted in Portugal using only the finest, most durable materials, the Rambler is a supportive, extra-wide unisex shoe. Stylish and functional, this could be the shoe for you if you suffer from lymphedema, diabetes, bunions, plantar fasciitis, or any number of swelling-related issues or toe issues. This shoe can also accommodate some braces.

Removable Insole for orthotics
No-tie stretch laces
Slip resistant bottoms
Cushioned insole

Lymphedema
Edema
Bunions
Hammertoes
Braces & AFOs
Post Surgery
Pregnancy
Diabetes
Neuropathy
High Instep
Lipedema
Travel
Plantar Fasciitis

If you are a First Time Customer, we recommend letting us size you before purchasing. Chat with us for help. Or click the Size Chart above.

30 Days from purchase. We've got you covered with a prepaid return label. Exchanges are free. Returns have a $9 processing fee. Read more here.

Rambler Shoe
$149.00 $51.28
$149.00 $51.28

Jessica's Story

Jessica tells us of her struggle being diagnosed with Lymphedema, and learning to live with a new way of life. She talks about her experience with Pandere Shoes, and swelling.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Exchanges are really easy. It's best to chat with us or email us at hello@pandereshoes.com so we can place the exchange for you. Exchanges are always free. We pay shipping in both directions. We do this because a lot of our customers are hard to fit and we know that sometimes it takes more than one try. We prefer to have your foot measurements before you exchange because it helps us get an idea of foot shape and we can make pretty good predictions about whether our shoes will expand enough to accommodate your feet. Bonus! We don’t even make you wait for the other pair to get back to the warehouse. As soon as you get your return label, we will set up the exchange order so it ships out the next business day. If you need us to mail you a return label, just ask. We’re happy to do it.

If you don’t want to exchange, you can ask us to create a label for you, or, if you want to create your own label you can get areturn label here. The return shipping is paid by Pandere, but we will deduct $9 per pair from your refund. We do this in part to disincentivize people from buying lots of pairs of shoes to try as opposed to going through our sizing process. We feel that our sizing process is a better way to get the right size to you. And if we didn’t get it right the first time, we have a great exchange policy! We’ll send your exchange pair out as soon as you get your return label. You can read full details on ourreturn policy are here.

You must request a return label within 30 days of purchase. We are unable to process return items after 30 days. You have 14 days after you receive a return label to drop them off at any post office. (Some return labels are UPS and must be dropped off at a UPS drop off location.) Shoes must be unworn and in new re-sellable condition with the original box to be eligible for a refund. For more information you can find our return policieshere.

All of our closed toe shoes have removable insoles. They are designed to be easily replaced to fit a custom orthotic or other commercial orthotics. Our sandals do not yet have removable insoles.

Our shoes are designed to accommodate swollen feet and compression garments. If you are doing full traditional bandaging for decongestive therapy and using all of the layers including foam, then our shoes are very unlikely to accommodate this situation.

Having said that, once you’re done with the full decongestive treatment, there are some people who do modified bandaging that doesn’t include the thick foam layers. An example might be if you are bandaging over a garment like the Jobst Relax garment. Depending on the volume of your foot, some people can get our shoes over a thinner bandaging system. There are all kinds of different strategies for bandaging and reduction and our goal is not to meet every single strategy but for our shoes to accommodate the most common scenarios. Our current focus is to accommodate people who wear compression socks or stockings with the hope that some people with lighter bandaging can also find our shoes useful.

If you wear bandages, the easiest way to find out if our shoes will accommodate you is to take measurements while wearing the bandages and input them into our sizing tool. If you are currently in treatment and would like to know how much reduction you still need to fit into our shoes, we can usually give you a pretty good idea, and then you and your therapist can have this as a goal to work on together.

We are not able to offer split sizes (2 shoes of different lengths). Remember though, that most people’s feet are not the same length. Differences of up to a ½ size are normal and quite common. What our shoes are specifically designed to do is to accommodate two feet that are different foot volumes. This is the unmet need in the shoe industry and for millions of people all over the world.

There are millions of people who have one swollen foot and one normal foot. Think of anyone who’s just had surgery, or has a medical condition that causes swelling on one side. Some people just have anomalies in their foot shape on one side. So we set out to design a shoe that could work for these situations, mainly because absolutely nobody was doing it!

While width sizes do take into account volume and typically provide a roomier shoe as the width sizes get larger, there is no measurement at all in the footwear industry that measures volume itself. Our patent is based on the idea that we are unique in the footwear industry in tackling this problem. As a result of not having a 3rd dimension for foot volume, we have developed our own proprietary sizing process that predicts if our shoe expansion will accommodate your foot shape. It’s not perfect, but we have found great success in this methodology. This is one of the best features of Pandere shoes. We call it our superpower!

In many cases, yes. Braces can be really tricky to fit though so we would suggest you go through our sizing process and provide measurement with the brace on. Braces can really take up a lot of room depending on the brace you’re wearing.

Absolutely! We work with PTs, OTs, CLTs/LMTs and many other cllinicians every day. Please let us know who you are working with (PTs/OTs/CLTs, or Podiatrist, or Pedorthist, or Orthotist, or Prosthetist, or Cardiologist, or any other clinician you are working with)! We have noticed a huge increase in clinicians reaching out to us and recommending our shoes to their patients. We know this is largely because our customers have been telling their clinicians how great our shoes are! Thank You!!