The 5 Most Comfortable Heel Brands on the Planet

Most Comfortable Heel Brands

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Just when you thought it was the end of your shoe collection as you know it, here’s some news that will make you feel fine: Comfortable shoes aren’t a myth. They actually exist! So, throw off your heel-burners and toss your toe-pinchers, here are the top five most comfortable heel brands, according to customer reviews.

Cole Haan

Women across the globe mourned the day Cole Haan and Nike announced they were parting ways in 2012. The concealed Nike Air technology inside Cole Haan heels has become legend. Thankfully, you can still find some select styles online, like the Air Tali wedge as well as the Air Lainey and the Air Chelsea pumps. And Cole Haan is continuing its long-standing reputation for comfort by introducing new Grand.OS cushioning. Trust us, you won’t be able to tell the difference. 


We know what you’re thinking here, Aerosoles have been around since the dawn of time. That’s because the brand really invests in comfort. The company has what it calls diamond flex soles to absorb shock, cushioned foam footbeds and a heel rest design, which is created to distribute your body weight toward your heel and away from the ball of your foot. Most of the styles will feature a shorter, chunkier heel and you’ll have to dig for a more fashion-forward pump, but when you find one, you’ll be a convert for life. We also highly recommend the lace-up oxfords.


If you know anyone who wears Børn, then you’re probably aware the line has a cult-like following. The shoes are handcrafted with flexibility, cushioning and a roomy toe bed. Expect a more bohemian, natural aesthetic. We’re big fans of the Marylu, a strappy sandal with a chunkier heel, and the Gaby, a double strap slingback sandal.


Naturalizer‘s motto is “shoes fit for you,” and it’s not messing around. Since the 20s, this footwear brand has been combining style and comfort to make shoes that feel like they form to your feet. And not only is Naturalizer soft on your sole, but it’s easy on your wallet. The majority of the shoes are priced under $100. We love the Lennox and the new Naya Sammy.


Flats may have put Clarks on the map back in the 70s, but don’t let that reputation fool you. It’s perfected the art of the comfortable heel. Its technology ranges from Clarks Active Air, which consists of a network of air channels and chambers in the footbed to allow air to circulate and absorb shock impact, to Gore-Tex lining, meant to keep footwear breathable, waterproof and cushioned. Expect everything from a classic workwear pump, like the Delsie Britta, to more stylized designs, like the Oriana Billy slingback.

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