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Footwear for Your Life

At Walking Comfort you will find comfortable footwear for every aspect of your life, footwear that looks great and that feels better.  Our unique selection of footwear is both stylish and healthy for your feet.  We feature the latest styles in career, dress, fashion, casual, walking, running, hiking, supportive sandals and house footwear. We carry known brands such as Dansko,Ecco, New Balance and Clark, but also smaller specialty brands, such as Naot, MBT and Alegria. Our shoe buying process taps into our team of experts in the footwear and foot health communities. We only select the best brands and the best styles from those brands.

Choosing the right shoe can prevent or alleviate foot pain; the wrong shoe can exacerbate or cause foot problems.Today’s shoes are quite specialized to provide a higher level of performance for specific activities, from walking to running. The various designs, materials and technologies used affect the function and fit of each given shoe. For maximum performance and comfort, these functional elements must be correctly matched with a person’s foot type, body type and activity level. If you experience foot pain of any kind, such as heel pain, arch pain or pain in the ball of the foot, and whether your foot pain is due to injuries, arthritis or diabetes, we have shoes that can help.

If you wear orthotics or other shoe inserts, you are no longer limited to athletic shoes. Many of our shoes in every category, including dress shoes, professional shoes, walking shoes and even sandals, will accommodate your orthotics and supports. Please make sure to bring them along for the proper fit.

Orthotics and Shoe Inserts

Often foot pain is the result of a faulty relationship between the bones and muscles of the foot. Even the slightest misalignment can result in significant discomfort. This abnormal function can result in problems such as bunions, hammer toes, arch and heel pain, corns, knee pain, and even hip and back pain.

Providing proper support to the foot can alleviate and prevent many of these problems. First you must ensure that you are wearing proper shoes. In many cases, though, more support is required than the shoe alone can provide. In severe cases you should consult with your medical care professional, for less severe issues we offer solutions from some of the industry’s leading orthotic and shoe insert specialists.
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