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    can anyone recommend a good mens walking shoe for people with feet problems?
    Ive tried several. none work. have to return them. I thought maybe someone here has feet problems and found a good shoe they could recommend?

    I have Morton's neuroma and plantar fasciitis. I'm on my feet 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week. it's very possible that no shoe will help me at this point. I'm getting OLD. lol.

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    You should go to a podiatrist and have them recommend either shoes or more likely custom supports that you can use with any shoes.
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    I have the custom supports. they do help. but their not cheap.

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    My Podiatrist recommends only good quality walking footwear and personally I do like Saucony brand.
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    Clarke make shoes with wider toe boxes to relieve pressure on the toes. That may help. They aren't stylish, but comfort should be the primary factor.
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    SAS shoes. Made in San Antonio, Texas. Not inexpensive, but the best walking shoes that I ever owned.

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    wow they are pricey. I'll take a peek thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by macgig View Post
    I have the custom supports. they do help. but their not cheap.
    No, they aren't. But, mine worked so well I bought a second pair so that when I have to send them in for the flexible part to be replaced, I have a back up. It takes 2-3 weeks to get them back.

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