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Old 01-03-2021, 07:03 PM   #31
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Use your legs/feet the way nature intended. Can't recommend them enough.
To be honest until nature replaces the concrete paths and roads with soft soil and a lushious grass bed, I'm going to stick to supportive footwear with a bit of shock absorption on my walk to work

I'm usually barefoot at home though, more so in recent years.

Nature blessed with me with a couple of Man From Atlantis toes on each foot so any footwear toe related is out the question for me too. I saw a foot man a few years back and he was well excited to see them, did some pressure readings and he knocked up an insert that raised the outer edge slightly as he said the pressure points were off due to my toe spread being restricted by the
to two joined toes. I don't think my parents are related
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Old 14-03-2021, 09:31 PM   #32
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Did you get around to buying anything?

I picked up a pair of Columbia flow borough low. They were in the Offspring sale reduced from £110 to £60, so I thought that was worth a punt. I can see some places still have some left of sale. Offspring only have size 11s in green.

They are very comfortable. I'm impressed with them.
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Old 14-03-2021, 10:39 PM   #33
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As mentioned, get some fitted orthotics. Perhaps even physio, as you may walk with a gait that's encouraging discomfort.
Good luck my friend.
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