The “plantar fascia” tissue, placed at the bottom of your foot, connects your toes with your heels. When climbing on rocks, for example, your ligament is stretched abnormally over and over again. A boot with no cushioning will not take care of this and, in time, a so call “policeman heel” may appear.
You can avoid this type of problem or you can protect your plantar fasciitis from getting worse with a pair of hiking boots that will comfort your feet at all times.
Even though there are lots of hiking boots on the market, using the right insoles along with the right boots, seems to be the key to a successful hike.
We can help you when it comes to the best women’s hiking boots for plantar fasciitis, which is Timberland Women’s White Ledge Mid Ankle Boot.
Made of premium waterproof leather, they come with a rubber sole and a moisture-transfering lining.
Extra comfort comes from the padded collar and tongue, while the dual-density EVA footbed will add to the air circulation.
The external heel covering gives more rear foot protection and the combination D-ring and speed hook lacing will give you more speed from the very beginning.
Satisfying many customers with plantar fasciitis problems, these boots will keep your pocket calm as well.