Shop a great range of hospitality shoes at Bstore and buy from a trusted Australian retailer.
Bstore stock a wide range of appropriate footwear perfect for hospo, shoes that are waterproof including Birkenstocks, flats, sneakers, sandals and running shoes and boots both online and in-store.
Anyone who’s worked in hospitality will tell you it’s hard work, and often involves spending long shifts on your feet. That’s why Bstore stock a variety of hospitality shoes for those who work in roles from waiting tables to hotel receptionists, housekeepers, porters, bar staff and more. If you work in hospitality, treat your feet to a pair of our hospitality work shoes that are comfortable, so you can avoid the usual aches and pains after a long day.
Hospitality Shoes in Australia Designed for Physical Jobs
Hospitality is the kind of career where you’re likely to be on your feet nearly all the time. And around special events such as Christmas, Mother’s Day or Valentine’s Day, it’s quite common to do long shifts where you take thousands of steps.
While it’s nice to not be stuck behind a desk all day, you do need to take care of your body, and our hospitality shoes in Australia are designed for your health and well-being when you do a physical job. When you walk all day, this puts pressure on your feet, ankles and even your spine, and if you don’t wear proper shoes, you can end up with aches and pains.
At Bstore, we stock a range of shoes that are designed for those who work in the hospitality industry. This footwear provides proper support for your feet, which helps you avoid some of the common health complaints that can happen to those who work in hospitality. They also have a strong grip, with proper soles to help you avoid trips, and have features such as breathable fabric for comfortable all-shift wear.
Find the Best Women’s Shoes for Hospitality and get a Professional Look
One of the challenges of finding shoes for work in a customer-facing environment such as hospitality is that you need to look professional. Most hospitality jobs have a strict dress code, especially if you work in a high-end restaurant or hotel, so wearing sneakers to work simply isn’t an option. That’s why we stock some of the best women’s shoes for hospitality workers. They are comfortable and supportive, while still looking smart and professional. Whether you prefer a classic Mary Jane style, ballet flats, or a more closed shoe, you’re bound to find a style you like.
Bstore stock the Best Men’s Shoes for Hospitality
Men who work in hospitality are usually expected to wear dress shoes or similar, and while these look smart, wearing flat, hard shoes all the time can lead to joint problems in the leg, bad posture and more. At Bstore, you can find the best men’s shoes for hospitality, a range of smart lace-ups, oxfords and loafers that have supportive insoles and other features that make them a comfortable fit.
If you work in a role where you serve customers all day, we have the best shoes for hospitality workers at Bstore, stocking brands that specialise in keeping your feet healthy and comfortable. If you do a job where you’re always on the go, treat your feet to a new pair of shoes from Bstore.
Hospitality Shoes Size Guide
How to find your size
Stand on a level floor with your heel up against the wall or straight edge.
Place a ruler or measuring tape on the floor under your foot or alongside it, with your heel at 0cm.
Measure the length of your foot from your heel to the end of your longest toe (yes, even if it's your second toe).
Measure both feet and go with the length of your longest foot if they are different. If you are in between sizes, we recommend going for the larger size.
Check out the size charts below to find your size. All sizes listed are either in US or EU, depending on the brand.
Which width do I need?
Most Birkenstock styles are available in 'regular' or 'narrow' width.
Narrow width is suitable for narrow to slender feet.
Regular width is suitable for normal to wide feet.
If you already own a pair of Birkenstocks or are trying them on in store - check out the little foot symbol on the footbed. If the foot is coloured in, it's a narrow (N). If it's just an outline of a foot, it's a regular (R).