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Ecco RXP 3060 Athletic Shoes

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95% of customers would recommend this to a friend (18 out of 19)
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  • One width only. Fits medium(B-C) widths best.
  • Orthotic-Friendly.
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Ecco Women’s RXP 3060 Athletic Shoes deliver heel pain relief!

This state-of-the-art shoe has everything you need to ease plantar fasciitis
When the plantar fascia (the band of tissue running along the bottom of your foot that connects your heel to the forefoot) becomes irritated, intense heel pain can result. Ecco has developed the RXP 3060, specifically designed to take pressure off your heel. A “plantar fascia bridge” combines with a pronation control plate to support the plantar fascia and prevent stress that can cause heel pain. A triple density EVA midsole offers added support while Dynathane®, a direct injection of polyurethane in the forefoot, offers extra cushioning and flexibility.

Click here to view the Anatomy of the Ecco RXP 3060.
Click here to view the anti-pronation heel design and plantar fascia bridge.

Features & Benefits of Ecco Women’s RXP 3060 Athletic Shoes:

  • Plantar fascia bridge supports the plantar fascia ligament during the gait cycle.
  • Triple density EVA midsole provides optimal support during the stride.
  • Encapsulated Dynathane direct injection polyurethane in the forefoot adds long-lasting shock absorption.
  • Poron® pads, located in the heel and forefoot, cushion, absorb shock and reduce fatigue.
  • Forefoot propulsion plate creates a smooth walking gait.
  • Abrasion-resistant rubber outsole with special tread pattern provides traction, durability and slip resistance.
  • Highly breathable mesh and synthetic leather overlays offer optimal climate control and stability.
  • Top eyelet design allows for maximum fit heel lock lacing for a customized fit.

Other Important Information About Ecco Women’s RXP 3060 Athletic Shoes:

  • Material Content: synthetic leather and mesh upper, textile upper lining and sockliner, Poron pad forefoot and heel insole, triple density EVA midsole with Dynathane (injected polyurethane) forefoot, rubber outsole.
  • Care: Wipe off with a damp cloth.
  • Imported.

Customer Reviews  1 - 4 reviews of 19
great for Morton's Neuroma

  • 5 of 5
I have two pairs of these, I only wish they made business shoes. I have Morton's Neuroma and for a while couldn't walk on the treadmill because of it. WIth these sneakers I am up to 5 x a week on the treadmill and don't have an issue with Morton's Neuroma
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Dreamy

  • 5 of 5
I love these shoes! They really are dreamy and comfy for a person with plantar fascitis. However, they were a bit too small for me. Athletic shoes tend to run small, I ordered up, but alas to no avail. I love them so much that I ordered the men's version. I hope they work because they are worth every penny.
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Nice shoe

  • 4 of 5
Nice looking shoes with lots of technology to help with plantar fascitiis. They are expensive but it will be worth it if they last a few years and keep the pain away.
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Very Disappointed

  • 1 of 5
I purchased these sneakers because they were supposed to be for sufferers of Plantar Fasciitis, which I am one. I couldn't wait to get them. I have a job where I stand most of the day on a concrete floor and it is very painful for me. I tried the sneakers as soon as they arrived and I was immediately disappointed with their width, I have a normal size foot, but I felt they were narrow. Never the less I wore them to work the next day. I wore them for a week. I tried 3 different types of socks, thick to thin (2 purchased from foot smart) and silicone heel supports I also purchased from footsmart. My heel and entire foot was in agony by the 3rd day. I felt as if I was standing on the bridge built to protect your foot. I didn't feel any cushioning at all. By the end of the week I was taking my shoes off before I reached my car. I had to return them. I now have no idea what type of sneaker to buy for the Plantar Fasciitis problem. I an very disapointed in this product.
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