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Table 2 Type of footwear worn by respondents*

From: An evaluation of seasonal variations in footwear worn by adults with inflammatory arthritis: a cross-sectional observational study using a web-based survey

   Never Sometimes Mostly Always
Winter, no. (%) Sandal 146 (82) 30 (17) 1 (0.6) 1 (0.6)
  Mule 166 (93) 10 (6) 2 (1) -
  Jandals/Flip-Flops 146 (82) 27 (15) 3 (2) 2 (1)
  Walking shoe 38 (21) 49 (28) 64 (36) 27 (15)
  Athletic shoe 25 (14) 65 (37) 64 (36) 24 (14)
  Moccasin 149 (84) 23 (13) 6 (3) -
  Oxford shoe 143 (80) 22 (12) 12 (7) 1 (0.6)
  Therapeutic shoe 150 (84) 13 (7) 8 (5) 7 (4)
  Boot 78 (44) 64 (36) 29 (16) 7 (4)
  Ugg Boot 147 (83) 21 (12) 5 (3) 5 (3)
  High Heel 159 (89) 17 (10) 2 (1) -
  Court shoe 99 (56) 65 (37) 13 (7) 1 (0.6)
  Slipper 55 (31) 77 (43) 33 (19) 13 (7)
  Backless slipper 135 (76) 24 (14) 14 (8) 5 (3)
  Socks 91 (51) 66 (37) 16 (9) 5 (3)
  Barefoot 123 (69) 47 (26) 7 (4) 1 (0.6)
Summer, no. (%) Sandal 34 (19) 67 (39) 62 (36) 10 (6)
  Mule 157 (91) 14 (8) 2 (1) -
  Jandals/Flip-Flops 94 (54) 52 (30) 19 (11) 8 (5)
  Walking shoe 45 (26) 62 (36) 49 (28) 17 (10)
  Athletic shoe 25 (15) 71 (41) 60 (35) 17 (10)
  Moccasin 157 (91) 14 (8) 2 (1) -
  Oxford shoe 151 (87) 15 (9) 6 (4) 1 (0.6)
  Therapeutic shoe 154 (89) 13 (8) 5 (3) 1 (0.6)
  Boot 139 (80) 27 (16) 6 (4) 1 (0.6)
  Ugg Boot 165 (95) 8 (5) - -
  High Heel 153 (88) 19 (11) 1 (0.6) -
  Court shoe 97 (56) 67 (39) 7 (4) 2 (1)
  Slipper 86 (50) 69 (40) 15 (9) 3 (2)
  Backless slipper 129 (75) 33 (19) 10 (6) 1 (0.6)
  Socks 103 (60) 59 (34) 10 (6) 1 (0.6)
  Barefoot 59 (34) 77 (45) 32 (19) 5 (3)
  1. *n = 178 responses for footwear worn in winter, n = 173 responses for footwear worn in summer.