Probably The Most Comfortable Trainers Ever! |Review


As I get older, I have definitely begun to favour comfort over anything else, especially when it comes to footwear. Long gone are the days where I would wear something uncomfortable just because they looked good. I’ve got a couple of pairs of really comfy shoes, but they do lack somewhat in the style stakes. However. I’ve recently found some trainers that tick both the comfort and style boxes – the knitted slip-on trainers from Tiosebon.

I’m not going to lie – I think these are probably the most comfortable pair of footwear I have ever owned. They are like walking on air!

My feet have really suffered lately. Since about 20 weeks pregnant, they were swollen to some pretty epic proportions and only went down to normal size two weeks after Elizabeth was born. I say normal – my new normal size seems to be a little bit bigger than before, which means many of my shoes still feel a little snug. The problem with lots of shoes is that there is very little give on them, but the knitted design of the Tiosebon trainers means that they have that little bit of stretch on top. They’re a slip- on style, so no need for me to faffing about tying up laces (which, if I’m honest, at almost 34 years old I still can’t do properly!), and they look great with my usual ‘mum’ uniform of leggings and skinny jeans.

They have that memory foam type sole, which is why they feel like you are walking on air and weigh next to nothing. I’m hoping over the next few months to get out and about for some nice long walks along the beachfront with Elizabeth, and a pair of comfy shoes are a must – and at less than £30, these are perfect.

*I was sent this product free of charge for the purpose of this review. All words and thoughts are my own and have not been influenced in any way.

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