Do you feel the pressure of your entire body acting on the feet? These are the best shoes for walking on concrete or any hard surfaces.
I’ve seen people around my industry removing the shoes they wear and rubbing the foot arch against some smooth curved surface. They do it for almost 2 minutes straight daily. That’s around 13 hours per year!
Remember, people with productive mindset like us cannot afford to waste time. If you are the guy facing the same because of the common foot problems like,
- Athlete’s foot
- Plantar fasciitis
- Diabetic neuropathy
- Heel spur, or
- Stone bruise.
- Flat feet
You may have to choose these shoes as recommended by my physiotherapist Mrs. Ivana Kramar.
What Are The Best Shoes For Walking On Concrete Or Any Hard Surface?
Note: If you already brought a shoe, but it doesn't relieve pain as expected, try a plantar fasciitis arch support insole for men and women made by easy feet store. I used those a few years back. Change it every 5 months.
|HKR Women’s Walking Shoes||Yes||Medium||Work Shoe||$33|
|KUBUA Women’s Road Running Shoes||Yes||Light||Running Shoe||$35|
|WsDebutting Men’s||Yes||Light||Walking Shoe||$36|
|Rockport Men’s Eureka Walking Shoe||Yes||Medium||Formal||$60|
What Causes Foot Arch Pain?
The foot arch pain is very common among runners, but non-runner may also experience the tearing sensation. It causes because of
- Very high arch
- Intense training without stretching
- Improper running and weight lifting techniques
- Poor choice of walking and running shoes
- High pressure on heel
If your body is overweight, naturally your foot tendons become weaker. Perform additional stretches like toe grabs, stretching upper feet using a towel as shown here.
If you have quite a good budget, try FitVille Extra Wide Unisex and Ortho feet Walking Shoes, which costs $85 and $130, respectively. This is a pure beast suitable for rough and tough use with flexible arch support.
Material For Pain Relief
The shoes listed here are breathable, eco-friendly, anti-odor, lightweight and flexible, waterproof, and last but not least, engineered for comfort.
The material is an Active-air technology with meshes. This material absorbs and releases moisture from the air so that you will never feel sweaty or moist again even after a marathon.
The knitted upper fabric, the padded collar, lasts long and comes with anti-odor moisture-wicking properties to keep your foot fresh.
Shoes Based On Sole Thickness
The soles may be flat in some low-quality shoes. They act as an extra comfort to the heel. They are bought as rubber and engineered into comfortable designs as per customer’s needs.
A good inner sole should-
- Absorb shock,
- Have long-lasting cushion gel.
- Provide medium-elastic arch support.
- Have anti-slip technology
- Be odorless
Review Of The Best Shoes For Walking On Concrete, Road Or Pavement
The review part contains an introduction, customer reviews, pros and cons for the 5 shoes.
HKR Women’s Walking Shoe Review
An ultimate 17 color collection like All black, black, purple, white, green, etc makes it a wonderful choice for any age group. My wife and mom own these HRX shoes and they love them. It is a very affordable piece of work.
Rita- “I work in Research and Development of a Biotech industry. I have to stand for a long time in the lab. My husband gifted me this shoe. Nowadays, the foot arch feels more comfortable and had no pain after that.”
- Well-built design.
- Wide color range
- The wide toe box available, so extra room for toe movements.
- Best for bunions, plantar fasciitis
- Suitable for a very high arch
- Heel cushioning with air pockets
- no notable disadvantages
Kubua Women’s Road Running Shoes Review
It is a versatile shoe for neutral runners who walk a maximum of 6 miles per day.
Jane – “I’m a nurse. I walk 8 hours per day and this shoe does the job perfectly. It even has a reflective strip on the back suitable for night safety.”
- Best for plantar fasciitis
- The smoothest inner sole to aid flat feet
- High heel with cushioning
- Versatile tennis shoe with a sleek design
- High ratings on amazon
- no noticeable disadvantages.
WsDetubutting Men’s Walking Shoes Review
It is extremely durable sole tech for tractional stability.
My review after using for 6 months: “The arch support design is great with adjustable heels but had to replace after six months. I walk 2 miles per day and it flushes all sweat out through the breathable fabric.”
- Arch support comfortable while walking.
- Breathable fabric
- Suitable for people with bunions, plantar fasciitis, athlete’s foot, flat foot, stone bruise.
- I had to replace the sole after 6 months as it lost all its cushioning.
Rockport Men’s Eureka Walking Shoes Review
This shoe is a clear formal, suitable for any kind of foot pain. In fact, the MNC I work for provides this shoe for all their employees. The safety department analyzed human anatomy with doctors and bought Rockport shoes each year. The 2021 version is a game-changer in this category.
- Foot safety
- Antislip soles
- Smooth interior and padding
- Wide toe room suitable for bunions
- Arch support relieves plantar fasciitis
- 100% san Crispino
- For few models, the soles came out after 6 or 7 months. I have had no complaints because I replace soles after 6 months.
Camel Crown Slip-On Review
This shoe is a shock absorption king. The durability of the stitch is first class. It comes with 9 color options.
- Best for shock absorption.
- Relieves tiredness after the long walk.
- Provides arch support.
- Relieves pain because of plantar fasciitis, bunions, blisters, heel spur.
- Extreme durability.
- A bit expensive.
These are the best shoes for walking on concrete, road, or any marble pavements. I priced 5 shoes on the list below $100 because the soles on expensive shoes still lose cushioning and relying on them is a waste of money. The common foot pain issues like plantar fasciitis, very high arch, flat feet, bunions are found to be reduced by time.
What shoes should I wear with foot pain?
With common foot pain problems like foot arch pain, plantar fasciitis, bunions, choose shoes with wide toe room instead of pointy. Make sure they have medium-elastic foot arch support and anti-slip features.
What shoes should I wear with the athlete’s foot?
The shoes you choose should be breathable, i.e. the ability to flush out moisture or sweat easily. E.g. Canvas, leather. It should have an anti-bacterial odorless inner sole and foam material. Prior to that, use dusting powder regularly. Avoid synthetic materials like plastic and leather.