It's really not working - your toes need some space.
Footwear can go a long way in relieving your daily discomfort.
If you have hammer toes, then you know that they can be a real pain to deal with. They can cause discomfort, pain and just be flat out annoying. Fortunately, our range of footwear can help mitigate the impact of hammer toes.
How can our shoes help?
Thankfully, our wide fitting footwear can help with this. Our shoes feature stretch uppers that offer a flexible, non-constructing fit. This means that they will conform to your feet without being too tight or too loose.
In addition, our range of shoes features a variety of colors and styles to suit your unique needs and personality. We’ve got you covered!
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Flexible. Stretch-leather upper. Cushioning.
All the things your feet need.
Each stretchwalker shoe stretches up to 70% in length and 30% in width, providing maximum freedom of movement.
With extra room in the toe-box, the shoes will fit like a glove.
No more friction over your hammer toes.
Soft, stretch upper for a non-constructing fit.
Support your treatment plan
Our range of footwear for hammer toes has been carefully selected to provide the support and comfort needed for effective treatment. Whether you have a custom orthotic prescribed by your podiatrist, or are looking for shoes that can accommodate your feet, our collection has you covered.
Each shoe has been chosen for its ability to alleviate the pressure on the toes, provide ample room in the toe box, and help to prevent the progression of the condition. Our selection of shoes can support your treatment plan and help you feel good while you about your day.
What Are Hammer Toes?
Hammer toes are a foot condition in which one or more toes bend downward at the middle joint. The deformity can be caused by a number of factors, including genetics, arthritis, nerve damage, or ill-fitting shoes. Hammer toes can cause pain, discomfort, and pressure on the toes, as well as calluses and corns on the tops and tips of the toes. If left untreated, hammer toes can become more rigid and difficult to manage.
Footwear will not cure hammer toes, but it can significantly reduce your discomfort. Most shoes will not be made with enough depth to accommodate them, which is why we have created our range of footwear. Wearing shoes that provide the necessary width & depth for your toes can help reduce painful pressure points, and will enable your toes to still function correctly.
Why choose us?
ShoeFit.uk exists to help you find footwear that is comfortable, fit for purpose, and can help you with specific medical conditions.
Our partnership with medical professionals allows us to provide our customers with the best possible service and information. We can help you find the right type of shoe for your condition, as well as provide you with advice on how to wear them properly so that you get the most out of them.
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