Foot & Ankle Center

Best Dress Boots for Bunions

If you have bunion pain it can be difficult to wear dress boots or high heels. A boot that has a tight fit and puts pressure on the big toe joint, limiting the motion of the foot and causing increasing pain. A better choice is to wear a dress boot that fits the contour of the foot and reduces the pressure on the ball of the foot.

The Earthies dress boots – available here are some of the best boots for bunion pain. These shoes are not only fashionable, they are designed for optimal comfort and stability. The Earthies dress boots are made with a wellness footbed that cradles the foot and distributes the weight evenly. This directs the pressure away from bunion and toe area. There is also a cupped heal to enhance arch support. This helps to keep the entire lower body in proper alignment. In general, Earthies are the most impression fashion shoe we have found that are also good for your feet.

If you have a bunion, you’ll notice pain in the big toe joint. The toe will point toward the second toe, causing a bump to form on the outside of the big toe. Bunions sometimes run in families, and while wearing shoes doesn’t cause bunions, the wrong shoe can make the deformity more painful.

We recommend the Earthies dress boots to bunion patients who want a stylish boot that is healthy for the foot. These boots also have rocker soles that make walking easier. In addition, this type of sole relieves pain in a number of foot problems, including hallux limitus (big toe arthritis) and ball-of-foot pain.

Order the Earthies dress boots here.

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