Shoes that maintain underfoot support for extended periods of wear. Great for long walks, shopping, running errands, and casual wear. See walking shoes for all-day wear
Lightweight all-around shoes that can be taken anywhere from a long plane ride to a city sightseeing tour. See walking shoes for traveling
These shoes tend to be more supportive to withstand long hours on the feet. Some of them are marked as slip-resistant. They typically come in plain color schemes. See walking shoes for work
Shoes with removable insoles which can accommodate orthotic inserts. See orthotic friendly walking shoes
Made of polyester, faux leather, neoprene or similar fabrics, these shoes offer flexible support at a more budget-friendly price.
Fully covered by a mesh material, this footwear offers the most breathable and lightweight feel. See walking shoes with mesh uppers
A fusion of synthetic textiles and mesh delivers support without compromising breathability.
These shoes have a sock-like upper construction which provides the most precise fit. See walking shoes with knit uppers
Despite being pricey and less breathable, these shoes offer a classic style as well as durable support. See leather walking shoes
Suede footwear offers the same support as leather shoes but has a more delicate nature. Its velvety texture exudes a softer vibe but requiers careful maintenance. See suede walking shoes
- Foot Condition
Shoes with arch support that help to take the strain off the collapsed foot arches. See wakling shoes for flat feet
Footwear with gait correcting technologies which prevent the foot from excessive inward rolling. See walking shoes for overpronation
Trainers with sufficient arch support and shock absorption which help to ease the plantar fascia inflammation. See walking shoes for plantar fasciitis
These shoes carry the Medicare/HCPCS A5500 code which implies that they have been approved for use by people with diabetes. See walking shoes for diabetes
- Arch Support
For people with normal pronation. Also provide support for underpronation (excessive outward rolling of the foot). See neutral walking shoes
For people with moderate overpronation (inward rolling of the foot). See stability training shoes
For people with severe overpronation. See motion control walking shoes
Saucony walking shoes
Saucony may be widely known for its running shoes, but it has also produced some highly coveted sneakers. It’s unclear when Saucony walking shoes came about, but the company has not skimped on technologies when it comes to creating them.
Why buy Saucony walking shoes
When you need shoes for overpronation or motion control trainers, some of the brands that come to mind are New Balance and Vionic. Similarly to their running trainers, walking shoes from Saucony utilize technologies that dampen impact, like the GRID midsole.
Contoured sockliners are also common in Saucony walking shoes. They provide wearers with arch support, so the use of custom orthotics may not be required.
The generous cushioning in walking shoes from Saucony makes it suitable for all-day wear and traveling. It also helps relieve underfoot pain.
The bottom of Saucony walking shoes is lined with durable rubber, which can withstand walking on concrete.
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