As a healthcare professional, keeping your feet protected, supported and comfortable is vital during your busy shifts. This is where top footwear specialist Toffeln come in! 

Designed with specialist scientific input from the University of Salford, the Tofflen AktivFlex trainer is the UK’s first EVA (Ethylene-vinyl acetate) enclosed fully washable trainer.


Infection control is crucial for any healthcare professional and with AktivFlex, the durable, supportive shoe includes rubber laces, enabling the entire shoe to be easily cleaned with disinfectant wipes or at 40 degrees in the washing machine.


The ergonomic trainer also boasts an elasticated gusset, side ventilation for breathability and a slip resistant sole. For added comfort, the AktivFlex trainer includes a ComfortTech insole. To help support your feet, the shoe is designed to hold the heel securely, with enhanced arch support. For advanced foot health and support, the Toffeln range is also orthotics friendly and are suitable with orthotic insoles.

The shoe is available in black, fuchsia, metro blue, and white.


The AktivFlex style joins a wide range of other Toffeln footwear available through Leicester-based approved supplier, Grahame Gardner. The range includes anti-static clogs, washable shoes and trainers in various colours, across women’s, men’s and unisex, with sizes going up to a UK size 12.


 Simon Ward, group sales director at Grahame Gardner, said: “Toffeln is a fantastic brand that we are delighted to stock as part of our healthcare uniform offering. Their range is extensive and offers quality, innovation and professionalism.


The latest AktivFlex style brings a new element to the range that is at the forefront of footwear innovation, design and comfort. It’s an essential footwear choice for our busy  customers in various professions such as; dental, veterinary, healthcare and carers. We hope that it helps to keep them comfortable, supported and safe during their busy shifts caring for others.”


Enquiries and orders for Toffeln footwear can be made by calling 0116 255 6326 or via email at [email protected].


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