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    Well, we haven't mentioned whether or not these various shoes accommodate an FES device. I don't know if Clark's do. Probably some yes and some no.

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    I tried to find a shoe where mention was made of accommodating the FES device but so far no luck. It may be a situation where each person has to find a solution that works--and no solution will work perfectly. The company that sells the device or fits you for it would be a good place to start asking. They may know a lot about how people solve the shoe problem.
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