The Dr. Marten’s boot is a great choice for both men and women who suffer from foot pain. The boots have a thick, rigid and non-flexible sole that protects the foot joints from too much motion, which means there is less strain and stress on painful joints.
It also has a wide toe box, has plenty of room and fantastic rearfoot control.
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Less motion means less inflammation too, less damage, less swelling and significantly less foot pain. A rigid sole will also help slow the progression of bunions, hammertoes and osteoarthritic joint changes.
You can add a thin heat-moulded insert or a dress orthotic to Dr. Marten’s boot for better arch support.
Best Dr. Martens Work Boots for Bunions
There are two Dr Martens work boots we recommend and they include:
Dr. Martens, Men’s Ironbridge Extra Wide Heavy Industry Boots
These are one of the best shoes out there. Keep in mind these are Industrials not for hiking or other activities. The other advantage in this work boot is the toe box. Take a good look and see how it is rounded off and not sharp. That is generally what you are looking for.
These boots are heavy because of the superb protection they offer.
Dr. Martens, Men’s Ironbridge Steel Toe Heavy Industry Boots
These boots are great but remember to order your USA size. They can worn to work and can withstand lots of stress while still giving your toe, feet and legs enough room to breathe.
During summer, you can wear thinner socks and wear thicker ones in winter. It is able to accommodate either without sacrificing comfortability.
Your feet move enough, so they breathe, and my toes don’t freeze.
Dr. Martens, Women’s 1460 Pascal 8-Eye Leather Boot
This leather boot is super comfortable and easy to break in. It has lots of room for your leg and feet. To enjoy an even bigger room, you can order a bigger size.
We love this shoe for three reasons – no painful break-in period; finish of the leather, and it is soft.
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Are Dr Martens good for Arthritis?
Yes, they are.
Are Doc Martens good for Standing All Day?
Dr Martens are great work boots ideal for standing all day because they are comfortable; have good arch support, and feature a properly lined interior.
Are Doc Marten oxfords comfortable?
Yes, they are as long as you wear thick socks and prep the back of your ankle with a couple of bandaids.
Are Dr Martens good walking shoes?
Doc Marten shoes feature cushioned “AirWair” soles which are comfortable and supportive when walking long distances.
Are Doc Martens comfortable for Wide Feet?
Yes, from experience, Doc Martens are very comfortable for wide feet as the boots do run slightly large.
Are Doc Martens Comfortable for Feet?
Doc Marten boots right out of the box are very soft, cushioned, and are comfortable for your feet.
Are Doc Martens Good for Orthotics?
It depends, some are and some aren’t.
Are Doc Martens Waterproof? Are they suitable for rainy weather?
No! Doc MARTENS boots aren’t weatherproof.
Are Vegan Doc Martens Waterproof?
Vegan Doc Martens boots are made of synthetic materials that don’t readily absorb water or get wet. So, yes, they are waterproof.
Are Leather Doc Martens Waterproof?
They are to an extent but Doc MARTENs leather shoes are not 100% waterproof.
Are Doc Martens True to Size?
Yes, Doc Marten boots are available only in actual sizes. They don’t offer half sizes but only one width. They follow the UK size chart of shoe measurement.
Are Doc Martens Good for Snow?
It depends – light snow will not affect them but heavy snow will.
How long does it take to break in doc martens?
The average time required by DM boots to Break-in is three to six weeks.
How Durable Are Doc Martens? Do they last long?
The minimum durability time of Doc Martens’ boots is about 20 years, and 20 years is a long time.