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Certain shoe manufacturers have created shoe products with a wider-than-average toe area that is beneficial for those suffering with bunions. In addition,Cheap Ray Ban Aviators, bunion-friendly running shoes typically incorporate extra cushioning in the toe region to soften the impact of running and reduce bunion pain. Two examples include the Saucony ProGRID Omni, which also includes bunion-friendly motion control, and New Balance’s 757 line.
One of the influencing factors for bunions is excessive pronation, which puts undue stress on the front area of your foot and can increase the risk of bunions. Shoes that correct pronation may not only increase your comfort, but can also prevent the recurrence or exaggeration of current bunion conditions. Because individuals can have varying levels of pronation, it is suggested that women go to a running shoe store such as The Running Room to get analyzed and fitted for the right shoe. Brands that specialize in correcting pronation during running include Acor, Kums, Orthofeet and Drew.
Typically, women’s running shoes are more narrow and pointed than men’s shoes. This can cause difficulty for those with bunions because they need a wider toe area. Thus,Cheap Ray Ban Wayfarer, some orthopedists recommend that female bunion-sufferers switch to a shoe designed for men. The larger, roomier fit can help accommodate the painful bunion region while still being fitted and tight around the ankles and heel.