Women's Plantar Fasciitis Relief
Our premium Plantar Fasciitis line for women was designed to bring you maximum relief when you need it most, so nothing can hold you back from lacing up and hitting the pavement. This innovative sock is uniquely structured to lift, stretch, and stabilize your plantar fascia, alleviating heel and arch pain through Achilles tendon support. Our targeted compression technology works in three critical zones to provide extra cushioning with point of ground contact and extended relief for your plantar fasciitis.
Feetures® premium socks are engineered to provide a custom fit unlike any on the market. Designed to conform to your anatomical specifications, our socks fit snugly to prevent bunching and reduce the risk of blisters. Our detailed sizing chart will assist in determining your optimal size. We generally recommend going up a size if you are between sizes to ensure maximum comfort. Please contact our team with any questions—we are happy to provide additional information in order to guarantee the perfect Feetures® fit.
Frequently Asked Questions About Women’s Plantar Fasciitis
Our mission has always been to engineer socks that will make you feel your best when you cross the finish line. We believe that performance is directly impacted by how well you treat your feet, which is why we’ve compiled some common questions we receive about women’s plantar fasciitis and our breakthrough relief technology.
What is plantar fasciitis?
Plantar fasciitis is a fairly common problem, particularly among women. Inflammation of the tight tissues connecting your foot’s arch and heel leads to intense heel pain. The inflammation of the plantar fascia often spurs overcompensation by the flexor digitorum brevis (FDB), which can lead to increased strain or tears.
Can socks really help with plantar fasciitis pain?
In a word: Yes! We totally get that “innovative sock technology” may not be an exciting phrase for everyone, but the Feetures team set out to engineer a sock that truly provides relief, and our reviews speak for themselves!
Why is plantar fasciitis more common among women?
There are a lot of factors at play here, and the jury is still out on some of them. Research points to hormonal and societal factors such as pregnancy and fashion. Pregnancy puts a lot of added stress on women’s feet as they bear the additional weight of their lil’ bundle, while most formal and business footwear options for women (e.g., heels and pumps) are anything but PF friendly.