When choosing the best athletic shoes for standing all day, you must consider the sport just like a 9 to 5 – especially if you’ll be on your feet all day long.
In this post, I’ve reviewed the best athletic shoes for standing all day. Some are break-in period, shoe support level (allows orthotics?), arch support, shoe size, width, and stylishness.Â
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Reviews: 7 Best Athletic Shoes for Standing All Day 2021
Brooks Adrenaline GTS 17 is a stylish athletic shoe that youâ€™ll find great for hiking, walking, and running. A unique feature of this pair is its top stability and itâ€™s solid enough to prevent overpronation.
I first experienced this shoe when I was searching for an alternative for ASICS Kayanos that was heavy and narrow. Luckily, Brooks included a spacer mesh (besides making it highly breathable) which reduced the weight of this Brooks Adrenaline GTS 17.
Unique features: Synthetic leather and closed mesh upper, Flextra rubber outsole, heel offset of 12 mm, and its midsole have a molded EVA foam (with triple-density compression).
Its mid-foot saddle is both asymmetrical and adjustable with â€˜Biomogo DNAâ€™ midsole, which will give every athlete a customizable and secure fit. Read Also: Shoes for Degenerative Disc Disease.
This shoe gives me an effortless landing experience and equally felt no popping while I lift off my foot. Further, the 12mm heel offset provides you with the right amount of cushioning while you’re running or walking.
The shoe’s Segmented Crash Pad is also designed to be full-length and thus encourages adaptive landing – which is excellent both for athletes who land on their ball or those who heel strike.
Asics GEL-Venture 5 feels a lot different from your regular running shoes and is thus for standing all day. Itâ€™s great for running on rock formations, rough roads, steep inclines, and intense hills (either downhill or uphill).Â
One more thing I love about this GEL-Venture 5 is that itâ€™s great for hiking â€“ because definitely, itâ€™s a trail-running shoe. When wearing the pair, I feel pretty comfortable and stable.Â
It has a rubber outsole thatâ€™s hard enough for strength and durability as they wonâ€™t easily crack and tear after a short time of running. Read Also: Best Running Shoes for Achilles Tendonitis.Â
This shoe has great traction and reliable midsole that youâ€™ll find highly useful even with tight turns. This is mainly because it also has a rubber sole and deep grooves.Â
Itâ€™s also a great running shoe if youâ€™ll be trail running your City. The rearfoot gel allows the shoe to attenuate shock on impact and provides some smoother transition for the mid-stance.
Asics GEL-Venture 5 comes with a removable sock liner that you can easily remove and thus create some space to put other orthotic devices.Â
Next up is this Saucony Cohesion 10, which is a budget-friendly athletic shoe. This mid-level athletic footwear is greatly built and has a solid construction to allow you to stand all day.Â
Its IMEVA midsole is Injection molded and thus will give you top comfort with a suitable springing action when youâ€™re standing all day.
It has a great fit, and awesome radius on the outsole or midsole and is suitable for neutral athletes since its midfoot has no support. Read Also: Trail Running Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis.
Overall, this Saucony Cohesion 10 is a great shoe for recreational running or gym workouts but would not work great for long-distance running.Â
However, I felt that the outsole is made from an unsuitable rubber compound, which makes it difficult to wear when hard. The heel area is cored out and has excellent flex grooves to protect your foot upon impact.
The GEL cushioning system allows the running shoe to be great for even the rugged terrains. It’ll go well with your natural pronation. With 1.25 inches of sole width, the show will easily accommodate both light and heavy running.
I would say that itâ€™s great for both multi-sport gym athletes and recreational running. You’ll also love the reflective and stylish colors.Â
In addition, its a great running shoe for any athlete who’ll be standing for the whole day. Read Also: Best Gym Shoes for Plantar Fasciitis.