Fashion is hard on feet. Women’s footwear fashion, brutal. So as a podiatrist working in Melbourne CBD I’m constantly asked for my advice on what are the best sandals for women. Oh, and what are the best running shoes but my colleague Jess has you girls covered with her list here.
I’m not going to dig myself into a hole getting into the fashion pros on cons here. This is my go to list of summer sandals, that’s it.
Come in and see me and my team for this.
The Best Sandals For Women
The Classic – Birkenstock
Structured, comfortable and wide fits available. Birkenstock also has a vegan range of sandals for all the ladies out there who steer clear of animal products 👊
The Trendy Sandals – Bared
Trendy and fashionable options with in built support. A Melbourne based success story in the footwear industry.
The Recovery Sandals – Hoka
Soft and comfy sports sandals. Great post run, race or activity option.
The Classical Sandals- Ziera
Classic court style shoes galore. Ziera are back from the brink with a tightened range and improved online sales process.
The Stylish Sandals – Revere
Revere have some stylish wedge sandals and then some wonderful orthotic friendly sandals with a removable liner and sturdy enclosed heel. A favourite of our podiatrist Jess.
The Hybrid Thong/Sandal – Vionic
Sandals with options of fastening (velcro or strap only) and upper placement. Handy if you have lumps and bumps (bunions or clawed toes) that you need to avoid rubbing on.
The Best Thongs – Archies
If you’re a thong wearer and you haven’t tried Archie’s yet, well, do it. You get comfort, support and no blow outs.
The Wide Option – Alegria
For wide feet, bunions and forefoot problems the range of Alegria sandals are wonderful. Accomodates different feet and your orthotics really nicely.
To sum(mer) it up…
If you’re checking out the best sandals for women because you or someone you love is struggling with any kind of foot pain then why don’t you jump over to our clinics page and book in an appointment with our podiatry team?
Our podiatrists are experts in all things foot and ankle. So if it’s sore, and all the way down there 👉🦶 we’re your answer.
Book your appointment online today.
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