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Most Comfortable Shoes for Bunions

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  • “Happy feet! I suffer from plantar fasciitis & a small bunion. I have also had stress fractures in both feet. These shoes have excellent arch support and support me very well. I am thrilled that I can now go on my walks with no pain.”
    • Dylan M.
Goodbye, foot pain.

Most Comfortable Shoes for Bunions

Treat your feet to the world's most comfortable WALKHERO shoes to relieve your bunions.
  • “Happy feet! I suffer from plantar fasciitis & a small bunion. I have also had stress fractures in both feet. These shoes have excellent arch support and support me very well. I am thrilled that I can now go on my walks with no pain.”
    • Dylan M.

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What Causes Bunions?

Bunions Are Bony, Painful Protrusions That Form On The Side of The Big Toe.
Bunions are generally thought to be genetic. They occur because of faulty foot structure, which is inherited. Some conditions that contribute to the development of bunions include flat feet, excessively flexible ligaments, and abnormal bone structure. Some experts believe shoes that don’t fit properly cause bunions.
Bunions usually become worse over time. They can be aggravated by:
  • Tight or too-small shoes that cause your toes to crowd together and put pressure on your big toe
  • Shoes that have high heels or pointy toes — these styles force your toes together
  • Standing for long periods
  • Arthritis symptoms in your feet
The risk of bunions is greater in people who have weak connective tissue, a short Achilles tendon, short calf muscles, or a joint disease such as rheumatoid arthritis. But they can also develop as a result of having a splayfoot or flatfoot.

How to Choose Shoes for Bunions

You Only Get Two Feet, Treat Them Well
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?
Bunions — those bony bumps on the inside of your foot, at the joint of your big toe — can be painful. They’re often caused by our shoe choices, and continuing to wear the wrong shoes can make these bony projections grow bigger and more painful. Once you have a bunion, your shoe choice becomes even more important.
Here's what to look for:
Wide toe box: the wider the forefoot area, the more room there is for the bunion. Shoes with a wide, tall, and round-shaped toe box are the best shoes for bunions as they create a pressure-free and relaxed fit.
Arch support: footwear with arch support, especially on the inside of the foot, can contribute to metatarsal stability and slow down the progression of bunions.
Stretch upper: bunions come in all shapes and sizes therefore to accommodate all, an upper made with stretch fabric is ideal as it will conform to the exact shape of the bunion and foot. This means the bunion is not squeezed into a constricting shoe, which naturally eliminates pain in the area.
What Causes Plantar Fasciitis?

Solutions for Bunions

Prevent Pain From Plantar Fasciitis
Prevent Pain From Plantar Fasciitis
The best shoes for bunions offer a wide enough toe box so the bunion does not receive undue pressure from the side wall of the shoe. We designed WalkHero® supportive shoes with a wide toe box specifically for people who suffer bunions. With our line of shoes with arch support, you can rest easy knowing your feet are getting the help they need.
While arch support is important, we also think that your shoes should be practical and stylish. That’s why all of our supportive shoes for bunions have been designed in all the latest trends and styles, giving you complete freedom to express your true personality.
Whether you are looking for comfortable wedges for everyday wear or you’re shopping for the perfect strappy sandal for your weekly happy hour, our line of shoes for bunions has everything you need.

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WalkHero® Innovative Pain Relief Technology

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Arch Support
Arch Support
Anatomical arch support orthotics will address your foot needs to relieve pain from plantar fasciitis.
Heel Protection
Heel Protection
The customized support and unsurpassed cushioning, work wonders to ease the pain in the heel.
Wide Toe-Box
Wide Toe-Box
The extra wide & roomy toe box design offers a comfortable fit, the toes are not compressed but have room to spread.
Cushioning Sole
Cushioning Sole
Uses lightweight EVA midsole responsive cushioning that delivers comfort for shock absorption.
Extra Breathable
Extra Breathable
A new air mesh upper helps you stay cool while providing a snug-yet-secure fit, and preventing blisters.
Quick Transitions
Quick Transitions
We use injected rubber to help reduce your ground contact times, keeping your stride quick and efficient.

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WALKHERO orthopedic shoes deliver excellent arch support without the need for thick inserts or expensive, custom orthotics.

Superior arch support starts with our patented Foot-Care™ technology, which delivers natural cushioning and dynamically hugs your heel with every step. Every foot is unique, and our built-in orthotic insoles adapt to fit your needs by being matched to your unique foot geometry for superior support with customized layers of cushioning and arch support.

For the greatest comfort, we recommend wearing your new WALKHERO footwear for just a few hours for the first few days to allow your feet to adjust to the new level of orthotic comfort and support. Within 1-2 weeks you should find the product completely comfortable and supportive.

What does bunion pain feel like?

Bunion pain can feel different for everyone. It can range from mild to severe, and it can be constant or only flare up sometimes. 

You might feel throbbing bunion pain at night in your big toe, or pain that extends into the ball of your foot throughout the day. You could also experience shooting pain if swelling in your toe joint is pressing against a nerve.

If your big toe is turned in and crowding the toe next to it, you may experience pain in multiple areas.

There may also be pain where the actual bunion growth sticks out from the rest of your foot and rubs against the side of your shoe.

Why do I get bunions?

The outward pushing of the bone to cause the lump has probably happened slowly over several years. For some, this is due to the way the underside of your foot is shaped and therefore the way that has caused you to roll onto the inside of your feet when you walk (it’s called overpronation). This wonky walking has put pressure on the bone and caused a lump. In addition, your big toe may have edged inwards to get a little cozier with your second toe and limit the overpronation.

Many of you can blame your family for your bunion as they are often hereditary and you are certainly not alone if you have them. Over 15 million people suffer from them in the UK and it’s estimated that around 30% of every Western country suffers from bunions.

Women are more prone to developing bunions than men as they are more likely to have squeezed their feet into ill-fitting high heel shoes and have made an existing condition worse. With prolonged wearing of constraining footwear, your toes will adapt to the new position and lead to the deformity we know as a foot bunion.

It’s a fact that the older you get the more likely it is you will develop a bunion. In the UK 85% of the people who have bunions are women over 45, with the market size increasing with age.

Other causes are previous foot conditions such as sprains, fractures, nerve injuries, loose ligaments, and low muscle tone.
How are bunions treated?
The best treatment for a bunion anywhere on your foot is prevention. Wearing the right footwear (and avoiding very high heels), strengthening your feet, and monitoring them for any changes are all ways to help prevent bunions.

But the good news is once a bunion is diagnosed, there are several ways to relieve bunion pain and help slow its progression. A combination of home remedies such as cold and hot therapy, lifestyle tweaks, and assistive devices like bunion pads can all be a big help.

If a bunion begins to cause an increasing amount of pain and starts to impact a person’s daily life, bunion removal surgery may be an option.

The first step in bunion treatment is to get an official diagnosis from a podiatrist so you can work on a treatment plan together.
How can I prevent a bunion?
Proper-fitting footwear is key to preventing bunions or keeping an existing bunion from getting worse. Your healthcare provider can offer tips on how to select appropriate shoes. 

In general, you should buy shoes with a wide toe box and soft soles. Avoid shoes that are narrow and pointed at the tip, and high heels that put pressure on the front of the foot. 

If you have flat feet or another inherited structural foot problem, custom-fitted orthotics can help prevent, or slow the progression of, bunions.
Will WalkHero help my condition?

Any person with or without a foot problem can benefit from wearing WalkHero orthotics! It is estimated that over 70% of the population suffer from rolling inwards of the foot and fallen arches (i.e., excess pronation), which is the major contributing factor to foot problems. As we get older this problem often worsens.

In most cases, you will feel immediate relief. In some cases, your feet may need a while to get used to your WalkHeros. Our orthotics support your arch and hold your feet in a healthier position. If you're not used to it, it may feel awkward at first. 

We know you must be anxious to get comfortable and pain-free, but it's important not to rush it. Feet are delicate structures. Keep using for 1-2 weeks to ensure maximum comfort.

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