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Women’s Bunion Shoes

Bunions can form in any part of the foot, but occur most often at the big toe joint. Bunions are created when friction between bones and skin create inflammation, resulting in a fluid-filled sac. With continual pressure the sac hardens and the result is pain and rigidity of the bones. The big toe is often forced into a position where it faces inward, resulting in the bunion. High heels and poorly fitting footwear are considered the main culprits. Drew footwear offers wide toe boxes that reduce cramping and allow the toes to spread out evenly. Drew features extended medial heel stabilizers and specifically designed Lasts that allow adequate toe room, yet keep the heel snug in the shoe. Drew's added depth footwear creates space for custom orthotics, which can prevent the overpronation that created the bunion in the first place. Drew's soft, nearly seamless linings also help to protect bunions and relieve pain.

Note: This documentation is not intended to suggest treatments for abnormal foot conditions. Any such cases should be referred to a doctor for diagnosis and treatment.

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Ease Foot Pain with Women’s Bunion Shoes by Drew Shoe

To start shopping for women’s bunion shoes, click on the items above. You can place your order online or shop at a retailer near you. If you can’t find the walking shoes for bunions you’re looking for, or if you have any questions about our selection of women’s shoes, feel free to contact us. Our friendly and knowledgeable customer service representatives are happy to assist you.

Note: This documentation is not intended to suggest treatments for abnormal foot conditions. Any such cases should be referred to a doctor for diagnosis and treatment.