Get rid of the pressure and irritation in your foot by changing your current shoes and shifting to the best shoes for corns (or calluses) which fit well and don’t cause skin irritation
Featured shoe: Brooks Glycerin 18
Corn (or callus) occurs when your body reacts to protect your skin from repetitive friction or rubbing caused by wearing tight-fitting or high-heeled shoes that can position your foot uncomfortably for a longer period.
Although there’s only little possibility that corn will affect your overall health, except for those people with diabetic feet, it can annoy you and you can suffer infections if your feet have breaks in the skin and become exposed to bacteria. But you can prevent corns from developing by examining your skin regularly for signs of irritation that can lead to the formation of dead skin.
What are the best shoes for corns (or calluses)?
The best shoes for corns have an excellent fit, comfortable in every area of the foot, and don’t cause skin irritation. If your current shoes fit well and don’t irritate your skin, they can easily be your best shoes for now. But you can speed up the healing process by having your feet looked at by a foot health practitioner to ensure you apply the right treatment. While it’s easier to prevent corns than treat them, they can heal naturally once you’re able to stop the irritation and rubbing.
5 Best-Selling Shoes for Corns (or Calluses)
Best Shoes for Corns (or Calluses)
Here’s a list of the best shoes for corns or calluses (in no particular order):
The best Brooks shoes for corns have engineered mesh upper which offers a secure fit while providing easy flexibility, BioMoGo DNA technology which is a midsole foam designed to deliver long-lasting cushioning, full-length Segmented Crash Pad which accommodates any foot landing and sets the foot up for smoother transitions, and Omega Flex Grooves which allow for more natural forefoot movement and fluidity.
The best Merrell shoes for corns have molded nylon arch shank which ensures every step is as good as the last, Aegis antimicrobial treated lining and synthetic upper, and Merrell Air Cushion heel which can absorb impact of up to four times your weight and aligns your foot for a more stable walk.
The best New Balance shoes for corns have updated upper which features breathable mesh, breathable fabric lining which offers a great in-shoe feel, Ortholite premium footbed provides cushioning and arch support, and ROLLBAR technology which prevents rear foot movement and enhances smooth transitions from heel-strike through toe-off.
11. New Balance 1500v6
12. Under Armour Charged Bandit 5
13. Hoka One One Bondi 6
14. Hoka One One Elevon 2
15. Hoka One One Clifton 6
16. Saucony Triumph 17 (Editor’s choice, RW)
17. ASICS GEL-Kayano 26 (Best for stability, RW)
18. ASICS GEL-Nimbus 22
19. Nike Air Vomero 14 (Editor’s choice, OutdoorGearLab)
20. Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36 (for everyday training, RW)
The best Hoka One One shoes for corns have Meta-rocker Geometry which encourages natural running gait and provide a smooth roll from impact to toe-off, knit mesh upper which allows air flow, breathable mesh linings, and PROFLY midsole cushioning which provides a responsive toe-off and landing.
The best Saucony shoes for corns have ProGrid cushioning with Respon-tek technology which absorbs impact and dissipates shock while providing a smoother heel-toe transition, and Rearfoot GRID system for an enhanced cushioning and stability.
The best ASICS shoes for corns have Rearfoot and Forefoot GEL Technology Cushioning System which reduces the force of impact from heel strike through toe-off, Jacquard mesh upper with synthetic reinforcements which adapts to the foot and provides an exceptional fit, FLYTEFOAM Propel technology for better breathability while you’re in motion, and breathable fabric lining.
The best Nike shoes for corns have Zoom Air units for a targeted responsiveness in the forefoot and heel, React cushioning which delivers a smoother ride, breathable fabric and synthetic upper engineered for durability and support, and perforations on the upper which enhance breathability at the forefoot and arch.
You can prevent corns from developing by examining your skin regularly for signs of irritation that can lead to the formation of dead skin.
Best Insoles for Corns (or Calluses)
Here’s a list of the best insoles for corns or calluses (in no particular order):
The best Powerstep insoles for corns have contoured heel cup which provides stability and effective relief for heel and arch pain.
The best Superfeet insoles for corns have maximum support, stability, and shock absorption, as well as, extra deep cup which cradles your heel and provides comfortable support by aligning the bones of your foot to prevent heel pain and plantar fasciitis.
The best Spenco insoles for corns have advanced arch support and deep heel cup which absorb shock and control pronation, as well as, extra cushioning under the ball of the foot which provides a smoother transition.
In terms of orthopedic claims, most of these brands don’t state that their shoes are orthopedic (or they stay away from any orthopedic claim) but we have included their shoes in the list because of actual consumer reviews and testimonials. We hope that these shoes will work for you.
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Frequently Asked Questions
What are the best shoes for corns?
The best shoes for corns have an excellent fit, comfortable in every area of the foot, and don’t cause skin irritation. Best examples of these shoes are Brooks Adrenaline GTS 20, Brooks Ghost 12, Brooks Glycerin 18, Nike Air Zoom Pegasus 36, and ASICS GEL-Kayano 26. While it’s easier to prevent corns than treat them, they can heal naturally once you’re able to stop the irritation and rubbing.
Will corns go away on their own?
While it’s easier to prevent corns than treat them, they can heal naturally once you’re able to stop the irritation and rubbing.