Balance Walker - Sunnystep - The Most Comfortable Walking Shoes
Balance Walker - Sunnystep - The Most Comfortable Walking Shoes
Balance Walker - Sunnystep - The Most Comfortable Walking Shoes
Balance Walker - Sunnystep - The Most Comfortable Walking Shoes
Balance Walker - Sunnystep - The Most Comfortable Walking Shoes
Balance Walker - Sunnystep - The Most Comfortable Walking Shoes
Balance Walker - Sunnystep - The Most Comfortable Walking Shoes
Balance Walker - Sunnystep - The Most Comfortable Walking Shoes

Balance Walker

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Balance Walker

Sunnystep walking shoes are designed to minimize stress to the feet and the body. The shoes come with structured insoles and are designed for long walking and standing. The design incorporated many thoughtful details to maximize comfort. The shoes are also made for Asian foot shapes that are wider and flatter. With a modern versatile look, Sunnystep shoes will make you look good and feel good. We are proudly a local Singaporean brand.


- Extra velvet cushioning at the heels so that Sunnystep shoes are blister-free

- Stable arch support that will not sink over time and hence provide long lasting support

- Acupressure massage points to alleviate muscle strain for long walking and standing

- Additional ultra anti-shock gel cushioning at the heels and the ball of the foot

- Wide and anti-shock sole for better support

- Buttery soft and flexible uppers that adapt to different foot shapes

- A clean and versatile look with no visible logo, no visible eyelets

- Wider room for the toes to wriggle around

- Water-resistant and easy to clean

- Anti-microbial and anti-odor

- Super lightweight

- Quick drying

Shoe Care
Care Instructions:
  • Clean your shoes at least once a month, or whenever they look dirty to you.
  • Brush off any dirt or stains with wet wipes or a soft brush. 
  • Remove the insoles. You can brush the insoles and the uppers with soapy water before rinsing them. Leave to air-dry.


  • You can alternate between wearing two pairs of shoes instead of wearing the same pair everyday.
  • Wear your shoes properly. Don’t step on the back of shoes. 

  • Choose the correct size. Make sure that your toes have enough wriggle room. Leave a finger’s spacing between the heel of the foot and the shoes.


  • New mothers’ bodies have to bear the additional stress caused by carrying baby weight throughout pregnancy and after childbirth
  • New mothers’ abdominal muscles weaken and may even separate as their stomachs stretch out, making their cores weaker and less likely to support their spines 
  • Maternal hormones loosen up ligaments and joints, which may cause spinal weakness and instability 
  • Baby duties such as long periods of breastfeeding, constantly and quickly lifting a growing baby and bending over to change diapers contribute to spinal and pelvic pain. New fathers can suffer from spinal pain too (if they help with these duties, of course)

    Here are some simple tips you can follow to prevent spine and pelvic pain

Strengthen and Stretch

Do alternate between rest and activity, instead of spending long periods of time being active or resting

Do strengthen your pelvic floor and core muscles by doing kegel and core exercises. Stretch your back regularly. Any form of exercise should feel good during and after. 

Do always consult a physician when experiencing back pain. Do not exercise without consulting a physician if you are experiencing back or neck pain.

Don't do traditional core exercises like sit-ups and planks as new mothers tend to have weakened cores that they may not be able to engage to safely and properly perform these exercises.

Keep Your Spine Straight

Do keep your spine straight and shoulders back when standing, sitting, walking and carrying your baby. You can rest one foot on a small stool or lean against a wall while standing. Keep your knees relaxed and slightly bent. 

Do sleep on a firm mattress that allows for natural alignment of your spine. Place pillows in between your knees when sleeping sideways. Bend your knees and roll to a side before getting up from your bed and before you lie down on it. Avoid soft surfaces that your hips can sink in. When getting out of bed, roll onto one side before supporting yourself up. Avoid getting out of bed in a sit-up movement.

Don't overarch your back as your pregnancy belly grows. Avoid standing for long periods of time.

Breastfeed with Support

Do sit tall in an armchair with support for the elbows, the lower back and your feet. Use a feeding pillow to support your baby’s weight. Avoid folding your legs while breastfeeding. Avoid sitting in the same position for more than 30 minutes.

Avoid Bending Forward Constantly

Do use a diaper changing table so that you can stand up straight while changing diapers. If you have to bend forward, keep your back straight and bend at your hips and knees instead. 

Don't bend forward when you have to change diapers or lift your baby. Avoid bending, lifting weight and twisting at the same time as this exerts a massive amount of stress on the spine.



Don't carry or lift heavy objects, especially on a single side. Use a child carrier to distribute the load of your baby evenly on both sides of your body.


Choose Shoes with Arch Support

Do wear comfortable shoes with adequate arch support and cushioning.


Don't wear high heels as they exert additional stress on your pelvic and back joints which may cause muscular imbalances. Flats, too, do not provide the necessary arch support to absorb shock.