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Achilles Tendonitis Shoes

Unique therapeutic shoe design helps alleviate Achilles tendonitis pain

  • Soft, padded collars featured in all Orthofeet shoes for tendonitis cradle the heel, working wonders to alleviate pressure on the Achilles tendon.
  • Orthofeet innovative shoes for Achilles tendonitis come with anatomical orthotic insoles that feature superior arch support and help alleviate ate strain of the tendon.
  • The lightweight soles are made with a sheel-to-toeto toe drop that offers a functional heel lift and reduces the stress on the Achilles tendon.
  • Our Achilles shoes' extra depth design reduces pressure on the heel's rear part.

Orthofeet offers a wide variety of walking shoes for Achilles tendonitis that enhance comfort and help alleviate Achilles tendon pain. They are also recommended for back of heel pain, Achilles tendon rupture, and torn Achilles.

Premium Orthotic Insoles

Night and Day Difference. I can’t believe how much relief these shoes give me. I have horrible Achilles tendonitis and sore knees. At work I have to stand on concrete all day long but after wearing the shoes consistently I am pain free
-Kendra Harris 

  • NEW ARRIVAL

  • Hands-Free

  • stretchable

Kita Hands-Free - Black

$134.95 $152.95

  • NEW ARRIVAL

  • Hands-Free

  • stretchable

Kita Hands-Free - Rose

$134.95 $152.95

  • NEW ARRIVAL

  • Hands-Free

  • stretchable

Kita Hands-Free - Gray

$134.95 $152.95

  • stretchable

  • Vegan Friendly

Coral Stretch Knit - Black

$114.95 $142.95

  • stretchable

  • Vegan Friendly

Francis No-Tie - Blue

$112.95 $142.95

  • stretchable

  • Vegan Friendly

Quincy Stretch - Blue

$94.95 $134.95

  • stretchable

  • Vegan Friendly

Joelle Stretch Knit - Black

$99.95 $134.95

  • NEW ARRIVAL

  • Leather

Emma - Brown

$109.95 $145.00

  • NEW ARRIVAL

  • Hands-Free

  • stretchable

Yari Hands-Free - Black

$134.95 $152.95

  • NEW ARRIVAL

  • Hands-Free

  • stretchable

Yari Hands-Free - Gray

$134.95 $152.95

  • stretchable

  • Vegan Friendly

Lava No-Tie - Black

$112.95 $139.95

  • stretchable

  • Vegan Friendly

Edgewater Stretch - Blue

$109.95 $139.95

  • Leather

Alamo - White

$99.95 $144.95

  • Leather

Zodiac - Black

$99.95 $144.95

  • Leather

Ranger Zip - Brown

$114.95 $149.95

  • Leather

  • Waterproof

Hunter Waterproof - Black

$124.95 $154.95

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How Achilles Tendonitis Shoes Can Help Alleviate Symptoms

Premium Orthotic Insoles

Premium Orthotic Insoles

Premium orthotic insoles with anatomical arch support re-aligns the foot and body, help correct over-pronation and reduce strain on the tendon.

Arch Booster System

The Orthofeet Arch Booster can be added under the orthotic insole to increase the support to the arch and improve the alignment of the Achilles Tendon.

Cushioning Sole

Innovative Ortho-Cushion System featuring an ergonomic cushioning sole soften impacts on the heel and reducing stress on the tendon.

Fitting Spacers

Fitting Spacers

If the shoes are too loose you may get a snugger fit using the removable spacers that come with the shoes (1/16'' and 1/18'' thick), enhancing stability and comfort.

 

FAQs:

The Achilles tendon is a tendon that runs down the back of your lower leg and connects the calf muscle to the heel bone.

A torn Achilles tendon is the most common type of injury. It can be caused by repetitive activities that cause too much stress on the tendon without time for the body to repair it, which results in pain and inflammation.

Achilles Tendonitis usually begins as a mild ache in the back of the leg or above the heel after walking, running or other sports activity.

There are two  types of Achilles Tendonitis:

  • Insertional Achilles tendonitis (IAT):Occurs when the lower end of the tendon inserts into the heel bone.Usually occurs gradually although it can be an acute or sudden onset.   Is common in highly active individuals and runners.
  • Non-insertional Achilles tendonitis (NIAT): Occurs in the middle portion of the tendon.Tends to occur in older, less active, or overweight individuals.

If you have persistent pain you may seek the help of a medical professional to rule out a rupture of the Achilles tendon.

The best shoes for Achilles tendonitis should provide adequate cushioning in the back of the heel and arch support that stabilize teh foot and reduce the tension in the Achilles tendon.