10 Best Vionic Walking Shoes

Updated on: October 2021

Best Vionic Walking Shoes in 2021


Vionic Women's Walker Classic Shoes, 9 B(M) US, White/Blue

Vionic Women's Walker Classic Shoes, 9 B(M) US, White/Blue
BESTSELLER NO. 1 in 2021
  • Premium, full-grain, water-resistant leather uppers and action lacing system
  • Active Motion System (AMS) technology, combining our podiatrist-designed orthotic with a flexible, cushioned outsole and a lightweight, breathable upper
  • Podiatrist-developed biomechanical removable orthotic with Vionic
  • Anti-bacterial top cloth to control foot odor
  • Removable molded EVA midsole with built-in .5" elevation for a smooth transition in heel-to-toe strike zone

Vionic Women's, Alma Sneaker Grey Blue 7 M

Vionic Women's, Alma Sneaker Grey Blue 7 M
BESTSELLER NO. 2 in 2021
  • Mesh and man-made uppers in a lace up sporty style
  • Fun polka dot laces and neoprene at the ankle for a secure fit
  • Raised eyelets and distinctive stitching
  • Removable mesh-covered EVA footbed for added comfort
  • Advanced Motion System (AMS) technology, combining our podiatrist-designed orthotic with a flexible, cushioned outsole and a lightweight, breathable upper.

Vionic Women's, Brisk Ema Sneaker Purple Multi 8.5 W

Vionic Women's, Brisk Ema Sneaker Purple Multi 8.5 W
BESTSELLER NO. 3 in 2021
  • Suede and cool mesh upper
  • Slip-on style, adjustable elastic Z-strap with hook-and-loop closure
  • Removable, mesh-covered EVA footbed absorbs shock, helping reduce stress on feet, ankles, and knees
  • Durable rubber outsole
  • American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance

Vionic Women's Delmar Dianne Walking Shoes - Ladies Casual Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Black 9.5 M US

Vionic Women's Delmar Dianne Walking Shoes - Ladies Casual Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Black 9.5 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 4 in 2021
  • Leather or Leather and Novelty Leather Upper. Removable Mesh Covered EVA Footbed. Durable Rubber Outsole.
  • YOUR NEW FAVORITE SHOES: A most perfect casual high-top for fall, Calina boasts a buttery soft leather upper, with padding and perforation detail at the heel, and a dual color sole.
  • EVERYDAY SUPPORT: A podiatrist-designed footbed built into every pair of Vionic sandals, slippers, active shoes and flats promotes stability from the ground up.
  • VIONIC SHOES: Vionic brings together style and science, combining innovative biomechanics with the most coveted trends.

Vionic Women's Fresh Joey Lace-up Sneaker- Lades Light Weight Walking Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Mint 9M US

Vionic Women's Fresh Joey Lace-up Sneaker- Lades Light Weight Walking Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Mint 9M US
BESTSELLER NO. 5 in 2021
  • Nubuck Upper. Co-molded Proprietary EVA with Memory Foam Compound. Rubber Outsole.
  • Received APMA (American Podiatric Medical Association) Seal of Acceptance.
  • YOUR NEW FAVORITE SNEAKERS: The Fresh Joey lace up up is a wardrobe favorite for around-town fun. With velvety-soft nubuck and a co-molded memory foam compound for comfort, this casual chic kick offers nonstop comfort and all-day style.
  • EVERYDAY SUPPORT: A podiatrist-designed footbed built into every pair of Vionic sandals, slippers, active shoes and flats promotes stability from the ground up.
  • VIONIC SHOES: Vionic brings together style and science, combining innovative biomechanics with the most coveted trends.

Vionic Women's, Sky Roza Sport Casual Gray 8.5 M

Vionic Women's, Sky Roza Sport Casual Gray 8.5 M
BESTSELLER NO. 6 in 2021
  • Lightweight mesh upper
  • Slip on style with stretch panels in the upper for a flexible fit
  • Removable mesh covered EVA footbed
  • Durable rubber outsole
  • American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance

Vionic Women's Drift Satima Lace-up Sneaker - Ladies Walking Shoes with Concealed Orthotic Support Grey Yellow 10 M US

Vionic Women's Drift Satima Lace-up Sneaker - Ladies Walking Shoes with Concealed Orthotic Support Grey Yellow 10 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 7 in 2021
  • Textile/Man-made Upper. Removable Mesh Covered EVA Footbed. Rubber Outsole. Received American Podiatric Medical Association Seal of Acceptance.
  • YOUR NEW FAVORITE SNEAKERS: Go the extra mile in Satima, built for supreme stability and around-the-clock movement. 1st Ray technology and a dual combo of PU and mesh upper compliment this sneaker's serious inside support.
  • GET ACTIVE: The casual sneakers lace up for an adjustable fit, and are ideal for everyday wear. They are breathable, lightweight athletic shoes are perfect for walking.
  • EVERYDAY SUPPORT: A podiatrist-designed footbed built into every pair of Vionic sandals, slippers, active shoes and flats promotes stability from the ground up.
  • VIONIC SHOES: Vionic brings together style and science, combining innovative biomechanics with the most coveted trends.

Vionic Women's Action Kona Lace-up Walking Fitness Shoes - Ladies Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Black 8 W US

Vionic Women's Action Kona Lace-up Walking Fitness Shoes - Ladies Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Black 8  W US
BESTSELLER NO. 8 in 2021
  • Kona Black 6 WIDE = 0 M US/4 UK/ 37 EU. Kona Black 7 WIDE = 5 UK/38 EU. Kona Black 8 WIDE = 2 M US/6 UK/39 EU. Kona Navy 6 WIDE = 0 M US. Kona Navy 8 WIDE = 2 M US.
  • Mesh Upper. Removable Footbed. Rubber Outsole.
  • YOUR NEW FAVORITE SNEAKERS: Get up and head outside! Now's the perfect time to upgrade your fitness footwear to this sporty pair that provides the ultimate in flexible support.
  • EVERYDAY SUPPORT: A podiatrist-designed footbed built into every pair of Vionic sandals, slippers, active shoes and flats promotes stability from the ground up.
  • VIONIC SHOES: Vionic brings together style and science, combining innovative biomechanics with the most coveted trends.

Vionic Women's Brisk Miles Lace-up Active Sneaker - Ladies Walking Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Turquoise 6 Medium US

Vionic Women's Brisk Miles Lace-up Active Sneaker - Ladies Walking Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Turquoise 6 Medium US
BESTSELLER NO. 9 in 2021
  • Textile & Man-Made Upper. Removable Mesh Covered EVA Footbed. Durable Rubber Outsole.
  • Received APMA (American Podiatric Medical Association) Seal of Acceptance
  • YOUR NEW FAVORITE SNEAKERS: Ready for action, Miles combines a dual-layer mesh upper balanced with playful polka-dot laces and a lightweight EVA midsole for a shoe that's built for movement.
  • EVERYDAY SUPPORT: A podiatrist-designed footbed built into every pair of Vionic sandals, slippers, active shoes and flats promotes stability from the ground up.
  • VIONIC SHOES: Vionic brings together style and science, combining innovative biomechanics with the most coveted trends.

Vionic Women's Sky Storm Active Sneaker - Lace-up Everyday Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Navy Black 11 M US

Vionic Women's Sky Storm Active Sneaker - Lace-up Everyday Sneakers with Concealed Orthotic Arch Support Navy Black 11 M US
BESTSELLER NO. 10 in 2021
  • Textile/Man-made Upper
  • Removable Textile Covered EVA Footbed
  • Rubber Outsole
  • Biomechanically designed to hug your arches
  • Vionic offers innovative biomechanical technology concealed in every style, so you can enjoy all life’s occasions with confidence and comfort – all day, every day.

How to Get an Athletic Scholarship

Why would hundreds of thousands of available dollars not be awarded to deserving high school athletes, especially with tuition prices continuing to soar? Well, it's a combination of small recruiting budgets and relying on the high school coach.

First, the majority of college coaches that have these scholarships operate on a very small recruiting budget and can't find the athlete with good enough grades.

A good friend of mine is the head basketball coach at Kenyon College and his recruiting budget is only $4,000 a year. This allows him to scout in approximately a four hour radius around his college. So basically, if you live more than 4 hours away you don't exist to his basketball program and your potential scholarship can go unused.

You might be saying, "Wait a minute, I read in Sports Illustrated about these colleges that invite high school seniors from all over the country to their campus and shower them with attention, gifts, and even women."

They do, but those are "blue chip" athletes who are the top 100 in the country at their position in either men's basketball or football. Those kids have no worries, a Division I school will spend the money to find them because winning means big bucks for the college in TV money, endorsements, and endowment.

The reality is that Division I blue chippers make up a very small portion of the 1500 colleges that compete in men's and women's athletics. You have Division II colleges which offer a specified number of athletic scholarships per sport, as well as Division III, NAIA, and Junior Colleges who offer athletic/academic grants and are not restricted to how many they give.

You heard that right, no restrictions. These smaller schools can give your son or daughter a full ride of $20,000 a year or more if they could just find you!

This brings us to the second contributing factor to lost scholarships, which is a lack of proactive parents and coaches in the recruiting process.

In most cases the parents rely on the high school coach for scholarship leads. The coach typically waits until the athlete's senior year to call his limited number of contacts and by that time most college coaches already have a solid list of recruits.

Ultimately, high school coaches are counted on to come through with the almighty scholarship. This is an unfair and unrealistic burden for high school coaches. The high school athlete and their parents are selling themselves short by not contacting college coaches on their own.

The first step to getting recruited is having above average grades and talent. The second step is having the determination to send out over 500 emails and letters to prospective schools, whether you really want to go there or not. The response rate from college coaches is on average about 10%, so that means you'll have 50 schools interested and most likely a scholarship offer in there somewhere.

If that one offer is from a school that you don't want to attend you can still use that offer as bargaining power to attract a school you do want to attend. You simply call up the coach of your desired college and explain that you really want to play for their program but may be forced to go elsewhere because of a scholarship offer. In many cases the college coach will match the offer if you have exceptional grades or talent.

In order to get coaches to respond, they'll need to know your academic and athletic accomplishments. That means you need to collect your GPA, ACT/SAT scores, class rank, and physical attributes (height, weight, speed, bench, squat, vertical). Quotes from a high school coach or a highlight tape are also nice to have.

What it comes down to is that you have to get yourself recruited!

Even if a college has a large scouting staff, it still doesn't mean they will find out about you. A great example is Jerry Rice, who grew up a few hours from The University of Alabama, a football powerhouse. Not only did Alabama not recruit Jerry, but almost no college did. Mississippi Valley State ended up giving Jerry a scholarship, and today he is the greatest wide receiver to ever play the game.

If they missed Jerry, believe me, they can miss you.

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