The short answer is that comfort shoes typically have a cushioned footbed and a flexible sole for extra support and shock absorption, while conventional shoes may not have as much cushioning and support. Comfort shoes are made to be as comfortable as possible and put as little stress on the feet as possible. Regular shoes, on the other hand, may be made with fashion and style in mind more than comfort.

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