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Fitville Rebound Wide Fit Trainers Are Here!

Fitville Rebound Wide Fit Trainers Are Here!

Fitville Rebound wide fitting trainers are here!

Rebound trainers are designed for wide feet and have plenty of comfort features to keep your feet happy, whether running in the park or relaxing at the weekend. 

Wide Fitting Toe Area

The wide toe box of the Fitville Rebound will give your toes plenty of room so they do not feel squished or uncomfortable. The wide toe box also provides ample space for bunions or painful corns.

The width fitting of Rebound is officially a 4E fitting, but we have found they fit wider than that and have graded them as a 6E fitting. Our extra-wide fitting customers agree. Our regular customers who wear a 6E fitting find the Rebound a perfect fit.

Fitville Rebound Wide Toe Box Trainers

Removable Insoles

The Fitville Rebound is not only wide fitting, but the comfort insoles can be removed to insert your own orthotics or to create extra depth in your footwear. So if you suffer from Odema or swelling, then the insoles can be removed to give you the space your feet need.

Fitville Rebound Shock Absorbing Outsoles

Shock Absorbing Outsoles

The outsoles of the Fitville Rebound protect and cushion your feet.

Fitville Reound Shock Absorbing Wide FIt Trainers

Their patented PropelCore soles have been clinically proven to reduce ankle, knee and back pain. The soles are flexible at the front, so they roll with the foot, while the back part of the sole is solid to stabilise and cushion the foot during movement.

Fitville Rebound Reduce Back Knee And Ankle Pain

If your joints become sensitive after long walks or runs, you really need to try the Fitville Rebound, and experience the comfort and support they offer.

Anti Roll Heel Technology

The Fitville Rebound has an Anti-Pronation Heel Ring designed to reduce your foot rolling sideways when walking or running. This reduces pressure on the ankles, knees, and lower back as the heel ring helps to keep your foot stable and in the correct position.

 Fitville Rebound Anti-Pronation Heel Support

Pain Relief For Heel Spurs, Plantar Fasciitis and Arthritis

The comfort and support features of the Fitville Rebound make it an excellent trainer choice for those suffering from heel spurs, plantar fasciitis and arthritis. The wide toe box gives toes plenty of room, and the cushioned insole and supportive outsole reduce compression shock caused by running or long walks, protecting your joints and ensuring a comfortable experience.

Wide Fit Trainers For Heel Spurs Arthritis Plantar Fasciitis

 Looking For Wide Fit Walking Shoes?

The Fitville Rebound also makes an excellent choice for men looking for a comfortable trail walking or hiking trainer.

Wide Fit Trainer For Trail Walking And Hiking

The wide fit toe box and comfort features help ensure a fantastic hiking experience. The soles are also non-slip and help provide traction on more slippery surfaces.

Wide Fit Trainers For Jogging

The Anti-Roll technology and PropelCore outsoles make the Fitville Rebound trainer an excellent running trainer. The shock-absorbing soles protect your joints and the wide toe box gives plenty of room for your toes.

Fitville Rebound Wide Fit Running Trainers

 A Fantastic Trainer For Wide Feet and Painful Foot Conditions

Hopefully, our in-depth look at the Fitville Rebound highlights the wide-ranging features of this impressive trainer.

It is an excellent trainer for those with extra wide feet or medical foot conditions such as swelling, gout, hammer toes, bunions, plantar fasciitis and heel spurs. 

We have been really impressed with the feedback from customers who have purchased the Rebound, and we will be expanding our range of Fitville trainers over the next few months, so don't forget to come back to see the latest Fitville styles!

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