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Shin splints are a common affliction for people with high levels of physical activity. Runners and other athletes involved in fitness activities that place a lot of stress and force on the legs are particularly susceptible to shin splints. Of course, the exceedingly hard, flat surfaces on which we walk, stand, and run don’t help matters much.

When the leg muscles at the front of your legs are heavily stressed during activity, sharp pain is felt in the shin area. Shin splints can also be caused by over pronation, high arches, and poorly supported shoes. Treating shin splints early on is essential to avoid further damaging the muscles and developing stress fractures.

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The Most Comfortable Shoes for Shin Splints

The amazing HeelKradl™ design works with the natural cushioning of the heel fat pad to cushion and absorb shock during movement. This orthotic support is hugely beneficial for high impact athletic activities that lead to shin splints.

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KURU shoes are the most comfortable and supportive shoes for shin splints through a sleek, ergonomic design that contours to the shape of your individual foot as you walk. The patented KuruSole™ is an anatomically correct midsole that provides essential cushioning and support in the arch and heel.

Maintaining proper foot alignment as you exercise is important to the bio mechanics of movement. From trail running to tennis, wearing quality KURU arch support shoes can make a huge difference in comfort and performance.

With KURU, you get the benefit of a custom orthotic midsole with the comfort and versatility of quality active footwear. No other shoes for shin splints feature the natural shape and cushioning of KURU shoes to promote long term foot health.

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Thank you, thank you - Finally some relief for my feet and legs! I work ... on my feet for 10 hours a day working on cement and uneven gravel. I have been suffering with PF and shin splints on and off for years because of it. ... I purchased these sneakers ... and have to tell you they are the best thing I have come across! I don't have the searing pain in my feet, my legs don't ache, and I have some "spring in my step!" again. ... I am planning to get another pair very soon. Thank you Kuru, I am grateful for these shoes.

Comfortable and Stylish - This is my first pair of sneakers that I absolutely love! The shoes are super comfortable and I can wear them on long walks without getting shin splints. I got compliments on my shoes from strangers the first day I wore them. Thank you KURU for making a comfortable and stylish shoe.

Have been wearing the Quantums at work on a daily basis, and they have saved me big time. I had started a new job where I was on my feet all day, and on hard surfaces too. That created some serious pain in the bottom of my feet and caused some painful shin splints too. But, since using the Wuantums on a daily basis at work, all that pain in gone, and my feet and shins a very happy, and I bought a pair of Atoms, to use at the gym now too. So far so good, with those as well. So, if you work on hard surfaces, and have pain too, give the [KURUs] a try, and I think they'll make your feet happy too.


How to Treat Shin Splints

There are a number of measures to prevent and treat shin splints while strengthening the leg muscles and improving overall foot health.

  • Condition Muscles
  • Often shin splints occur when you overexert your leg muscles when running or conditioning. This also applies if you have not allowed your muscles to tone properly in preparation for a fitness routine. For regular running and other running intensive sports, be sure to properly condition your muscles over time to prevent overexertion. Start slow and build to higher intensities.

  • Stretch Well
  • Before any physical activity, stretching well is essential to prevent injury and maximize performance. Stretching the legs well before and after activity will improve flexibility and decrease the likelihood of severe strains and shin splints.

  • Reduce Activity Levels
  • Rest is one of the best ways to treat any injury. For shin splints, avoiding excessive running and jumping on hard surfaces and reducing your activity intensity for a short time can treat shin splints and regular foot pain. If you run, try running shorter distances or with less intensity until pain subsides.

  • Wear Supportive Shoes
  • The best long term solution to shin splints is regularly wearing supportive footwear. Shock absorbing shoes with excellent arch and heel support will help with pain and keep you engaged in activity. Better managing foot pain comes down to managing your foot health with quality comfortable shoes.

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DISCLAIMER: The information on this site is for informational purposes and is not a substitute for advice, diagnosis, or treatment by a trained medical professional. If your foot condition symptoms persist, this could be a sign of a more serious condition. Because everyone´s feet and body are different, results are not guaranteed and may vary from the customer experiences and testimonials shared on this site. Always consult a trained medical professional prior to any treatment regimen.