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Shoppers and nurses say these slip-on trainers will save your feet from plantar fasciitis

Whether you struggle with plantar fasciitis, have high arches, or just want a comfortable pair of walking shoes, Amazon has a ton of lightweight and reliable options. And according to shoppers, the HKR Women’s Trainers Mesh Running Slip on Walking Shoes go the distance.

Thanks to their shock absorbent sole and cushioned design, the no-frills slip-ons have amassed over 3,000 five-star ratings on Amazon to date. 

Happy customers describe them as their go-to for comfortable all-day support and say they’re the ‘most comfortable shoes’ they’ve ever tried.

The HKR Women's Trainers Mesh Running Slip on Walking Shoes in Light Grey

The HKR Women's Trainers Mesh Running Slip on Walking Shoes in Light Grey

The HKR Women's Trainers Mesh Running Slip on Walking Shoes in black

The HKR Women's Trainers Mesh Running Slip on Walking Shoes in black

Designed for people who are on their feet all day, the HKR Women’s Trainers prioritise comfort with their cushioned sole and memory foam insole

Designed for people on their feet all day, the HKR Women’s Trainers prioritise comfort with their cushioned sole and memory foam insole, which provides plenty of arch and heel support, reducing stress on your feet.

The non-slip rubber outsoles offer secure footing on any indoor surface while remaining durable. Plus, they’re lightweight, and the upper mesh fabric provides maximum breathability.

They’re available in sizes three to nine, and there’s a whopping eighteen colourways to choose from, including black, white, and grey. And depending on the colour and size you pick, prices range from as little as ¬£24.99 to ¬£33.89 a pair.

WHAT IS PLANTAR FASCIITIS?

Plantar fasciitis is where you have pain on the bottom of your foot, around your heel and arch. 

You can usually ease the pain yourself, but see a GP if the pain does not improve within two weeks.

Source: NHS 

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Overall, customers love the slip-on style, supportive insoles and shock-absorbing outsoles, which work together to reduce pain and inflammation from plantar fasciitis.

‘These are the best!’ one customer raved in their five-star review. 

‘I was suffering from plantar fasciitis, and these are the only shoes that we’re comfortable – I bought the purple, grey and black, black and grey and all black.

They added: ‘Colleagues at work are now looking into purchasing them also!!’

‘I can’t tell you what a Godsend these are!’ added another. 

‘I suffer from Plantar Fasciitis and can barely walk 200 yards without pain. Today I walked 6 miles! I shall be buying more. Thank you.’

Nurses who spend hours on their feet – more now than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic – love the shoes, too, raving about their ‘unbeatable’ support.

One wrote: ‘Bought these for relief at work as I’ve been suffering from plantar fasciitis and the long 12-hour nursing shifts have been agony lately.

‘These have great arch supports, and I get almost instant relief when I put these on, and I feel zero pain for the entire duration of my shift. They’re basically miracle shoes! For the price, they’re unbeatable!’

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Source: Health & wellbeing | The Guardian

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