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Plantar Fasciitis Shoes

Comfort and Protect Your Feet with Women’s Shoes from Drew

Drew Shoe’s plantar fasciitis shoes are designed to ease the pain of plantar fasciitis, a persistent pain originating from the bottom of the heel and the inside of the foot. Drew footwear helps to protect the fascia tendon with superior insoles that support the arch and reduce tension on the tendon. Each pair has extra room for orthotics, which are commonly prescribed to alleviate pain from this condition.

Browse our great selection of plantar fasciitis shoes below.
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Why Wear Plantar Fasciitis Shoes?

Plantar fasciitis shoes are often doctor recommended to help alleviate the pain and discomfort associated with this condition. Our women’s shoes feature arch-supporting insoles to reduce the tension on the plantar fascia and the entire heel. Our exceptionally well-constructed shoes are also made with an extended medial heel stabilizer that provides additional stability for the rear part of the foot. Our selection of plantar fasciitis shoes features oxfords, boots, T-straps, and more, in a variety of colors and sizes, including extra wide.

Learn more about the importance of plantar fasciitis shoes.

Your Best Source for Plantar Fasciitis Shoes

To start shopping for planter fasciitis 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 plantar faciitis shoes 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.

*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