Q: I have bunions that constantly hurt my feet. What can I wear so that I’m not constantly achy?
A: At FootSmart, our business is finding comfortable shoes for all feet, no matter what sorts of issues you have. When you have bunions – or other problems such as hammertoes, diabetic foot issues, Morton’s neuroma, etc. – it’s important that you wear shoes with adjustability, roomy construction, pressure relief, protection from irritation and room for orthotics. When you do, you’ll get the relief you need and your feet will thank you!
Shoes like the FootSmart Stretchies, a seamless slip-on with a stretchy upper, does just that! The seamless design offers a pressure-resistant fit and two removable insoles give feet plenty of room to relax. The Drew Bloom II, a great pair of Mary Janes, has a roomy toe box, double added depth and a flared outsole, so they accommodate problem feet. There’s plenty of room for orthotics and the overall look is still stylish in soft nubuck or leather. CrocsRx, a specially-designed line of shoes, is recommended by podiatrists for therapeutic relief of troubled, aching feet. The roomy CrocsRx Relief clogs relieve stress from various conditions such as Morton’s neuroma and forefoot pain and they are so comfortable, they mold to your feet. For all-over relief and style, the Apex Ambulator has a combination of all the best features — a removable insole with a deep heel cup, a soft upper to reduce rubbing, a high, roomy toe box, and a flared rocker outsole. They work together to absorb shock, give you stability, comfort and reduce pressure. When your feet hurt, you hurt. So find the right shoes to give you relief wherever your feet take you.
Shoes featured in this post:
|FootSmart Stretchies||CrocsRx Relief|
|Apex Ambulator||Drew Bloom II|