Women's Shoes for Morton's Neuroma
At KURU we make shoes designed to fight foot pain, including this common type of nerve pain. Our women’s shoes for neuroma feature generous toe boxes that give you plenty of room for your toes and across the ball of your foot. This relieves painful pressure, and reduces your risk of developing Morton’s neuroma.
Features and Benefits of Women's Shoes for Morton's Neuroma
The most important thing to consider when trying to find the best women’s shoes for Morton’s neuroma is the toe box. Tight shoes will compress your feet and make the problem worse, while a wide toe box can relieve the pain in the short term and help your body heal over the long term.
Proper arch support can also help relieve the pressure on the affected area, relieving pain or reducing your risk of developing this painful problem in the first place. Show Less
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Order a size up if you normally order a half size.
|S||5 - 8.5||6 - 7|
|M||9 - 11.5||7.5 - 10|
|L||12||10.5 - 12|
|XL||12.5 - 14|
|S||35 - 39||2.5 - 6||21.5 - 25|
|M||40 - 43||6.5 - 9||25.5 - 25|
|L||44 - 46||9.5 - 11||28.5 - 30|
|XL||46.5 - 48||11.5 - 13||30.5 - 32|
Understanding “FIT” notes:
ALL KURU shoes are sold in US sizing. IF the “FIT” note says “1/2 size small”, you should purchase a 1/2 size larger than your normal size (e.g if wear an 8, purchase an 8.5). If the note says “1/2 size big," then purchase a 1/2 size smaller than your normal size.
Common Causes of Morton's Neuroma in Women
The most common cause of Morton’s neuroma is ongoing pressure on your feet, although sometimes it can also occur because of an injury. Tight, narrow shoes are the major culprit when it comes to Morton’s neuroma, and high heels mean women are generally more likely than men to experience this type of nerve pain.
Effective Ways To Reduce and Treat Morton's Neuroma
By far the best way to reduce the pain from Morton’s Neuroma and help your body recover is to ease up that pressure! If you’re wearing high heels, or other tight shoes, regularly: stop! Or at least wear them less often. Instead look for shoes with a wide toe box that won’t compress your toes.
Arch support can also help by shifting the position of your feet as you walk and stand to put less pressure on the ball of your foot. Enjoy ample arch support, complete cushion, and a generous toe box in every pair of KURUs. The journey to pain relief starts here.