Best Nike Shoes for Bunions

Bunions or Hallux valga are, simplifying, a bump at the base of the big toe. These finger deformities are often called claw, hammer, or swan neck depending on which joint is affected.

Sports shoes for bunions

If you have bunions, what running shoes to choose? The ones that usually help to alleviate this type of problem are wide last shoes and those with flexible uppers such as Adidas Primeknit. Here are some options:

Brooks Ghost 14

  • Neutral interrogation for runners between 65 and 75 kg and runners between 50 and 60 kilos.
  • 283 grams for a men’s size 42.5. Drop 12 (36/24).
  • Woman 249 grams for a women’s size 39. Drop 12 (36/24).
  • Star 15 Available in special width 2E versions.
  • Star 15 Presented as the 1st shoe manufactured without emissions. Is it really possible?

Brooks Ghost 15 (special width versions available), Women’s Brooks Ghost 15 (special width versions available), Women’s

Asics Gel Kayano 27

  • Interrogation For mild or medium pronators, preferably with low arches, between 75 and 95 kilos.
  • Man 323 grams for a 42.5 man. Drop 10 (30/20).
  • Star 15 It has 2E versions.
  • Star 15 Price.

ASICS Gel-Kayano 27, Men (available in special width versions) ASICS Gel-Kayano 27, Men (available in special width versions)

Adidas Ultraboost 21

  • Interrogation For neutral runners from 75 kilos.
  • Man 354 grams for a 42 2/3 man and drop 10 (33/23).
  • Star 15 Upper Primeknit comfortable and flexible.
  • Star 15 Heavy.
  • Star 15 It is one of the best selling sneakers on Amazon!

Adidas Ultraboost 22 Adidas Ultraboost 22

But as we always say, you can’t leave all the work to your shoes. Exercises and stretches like the ones in the video will help you alleviate your discomfort:

  • Family heritage.
  • Overweight.
  • Inadequate choice of footwear.
  • Egyptian foot (longest first toe and the others follow by size and decreasing order): This type of foot distributes loads worse, which also often leads to bunions.
  • Flatfoot. Loading the weight of the foot more in the forefoot usually causes pronation… and also bunions.

If you have any questions about which shoes are, in your case, the most appropriate to combat the discomfort caused by bunions, we can help you in the comments area. But if you feel more pain than discomfort, our recommendation is that you go to a sports doctor or podiatrist.