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Apr 26, 2012
modern footwear for bunion sufferers
by: Anonymous

I had my bunion operated on 2 years ago (big mistake) as I still have a bunion, just a straighter toe. I struggle with shoes as I still want a modern shoe. I have been wearing a soft leather wide fit boot all winter and an evans wide fit sandal last summer. I have ordered a pair of hotters wide fit in sale to try them. I would like to know if anyone can recommend any shoes?

Apr 23, 2012
Not ready to be a frump
by: sweetpea

I too have trouble finding shoes. I have bunions on both feet. The lovely ballerina pumps are never cut high enough and go right across my bunions; flip flop soles are always cut in the opposite direction to my now bent big toes and high heels just aren't wide enough or far to pointed for my deformed feet. I will continue to suffer. I'm just not ready to be a frump.

Apr 12, 2012
Trendy wide shoes
by: Lyn Cook

Quite agree with your comments, all they need to do is make the same trendy shoes but softer and wider.

I also maybe getting on in years but still want to look trendy, so come on all you shoe manufacturers, pull your finger out, ask us what we want and provide


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