At last, a "comfortable" pair of shoes that are actually comfortable. Many brands claim they make shoes with comfort in mind, but finding a pair that also meets the needs of those with arthritis is extremely rare. Luckily, Skechers did us all a favor and created a shoe we can feel good about wearing, in every sense of the word. The stylish Go Walk sneaker is a friend to all who suffer from joint pain and uncomfortable foot aches. The slip-on style — which features a rear pull-tab in the back — is a plus for those with dexterity issues. Plus, the tip of the shoe is round, and the flat mesh upper is woven yet stretchy, making it easy for any foot shape to sit comfortably inside the shoe. On top of all that, the shoe’s Ultra Go cushioning midsole provides the stability and support you need for all-day comfort. Need we say more?
Along with its lace-free design, the GoWalk style has a host of features built for comfort. Each pair is constructed with the brand's Goga Mat Technology insole. Translation? Each stride will feel like you’re walking on a cloud!
With all of these perks, you would expect the shoe to weigh as much as a bowling ball, but that’s not the case. The Go Walk style is exceptionally lightweight. Often, a shoe’s weight isn’t at the forefront of our minds, but lighter shoes are the best option, especially if you’re struggling with joint pain or foot aches.
But hey, don’t just take our word for it.
"These Skechers are a dream to wear," says one shopper. "Normally I wear thong sandals 90% of the time. I live in Florida, so I can get away with that. However, my aunt & mother in law both became obsessed with Skechers. I had to try them out. I have to say they were a perfect comfortable fit right out of the box. They are light and airy. My foot doesn't feel cramped and unable to breathe. I will be ordering more!”
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The reviews quoted above reflect the most recent versions at the time of publication.
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