Does Gravity Defyer Footwear Really Work?

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For many people finding the right footwear that is comfortable and compatible with many conditions can be a difficult task. There are numerous companies out there that advertise their footwear can help alleviate pain and discomfort when dealing with health conditions such as plantar fasciitis, arthritis, knee and back injuries, and diabetes. Gravity Defyer footwear has proven to be successful in minimizing the discomfort when dealing with these issues.

What are Gravity Defyer Shoes?

Gravity Defyer footwear is specifically designed with Versoshock technology.

  • This technology increases mobility and independence by mimicking healthy joints.

 

  • The reverse trampoline heel consists of specially engineered compression chambers that aid in the absorption of harmful impacts.

 

  • Tendons are guarded against stress through stabilization in the supportive linear and lateral areas of the footwear.

When using forward propulsion during walking, the rocking forefoot feature of the Gravity Defyer footwear relieves pressure on joints and toes.

VersoCloud Spring Cell Technology

Allignment

The Gravity Defyer Footwear is also constructed using VersoCloud Spring Cell technology.

  • This type of technology pertains to chemical and thermal reactions to cells.

 

  • The sole of the footwear contains nucleated polymer cells. This flex support aids in the absorption of excess kinetic energy.

 

  • The soles also offer multi-density support by protecting arches, which in turn helps to restore correct foot alignment. This is done through 3D motion control. Foot alignment is very important as proper foot alignment aids in the alleviation of strain and stress on the body. Damage and pain can build over time when your feet are not properly aligned.

 

  • The medial shock pads in the construction of the shoe provides recycled kinetic energy. This type of energy propels you. This then allows the nucleated cells to return to their original shape.

 

What is Plantar Fasciitis?

Painful feet

Plantar Fasciitis is a condition that occurs when the plantar fascia ligament becomes inflamed due to small micro-tears in the tissue that connects the sole of the foot to the heel bone. Gravity Defyer footwear can help with this condition, but it is also very important to rest when faced with this condition.

How Can Gravity Defyer Help With Plantar Fasciitis?

Gravity Defyer footwear is designed with a rigid midsole and heel cup that takes pressure and stress of the plantar fascia ligament. These shoes are ergonomically designed to rock when walking, which takes reduces the stress to this area. The technology used to design these shoes address factors that help with Plantar Fasciitis. These factors include:

  • support
  • motion control
  • shock absorption
  • stability

These factors are addressed with the following Gravity Defyer technology features:

  • Rigid Heel Cup and Midsole – this feature provides support, reducing fascia stress

 

  • VersoShock Shock Absorbing Sole – this feature reduces foot impact

 

  • Extra -Depth Interior and Removable insoles – this feature allows the insole to be replaced with custom orthotics, which improves stability

 

  • Enhanced Lateral Stabilization – this feature improves ground reaction and walking gait

arthritisWhat is Arthritis?

Arthritis is a condition that causes inflammation, swelling, stiffness, weakness, and pain in various joints in the body.

How Can Gravity Defyer Footwear Help With Arthritis?

Gravity Defyer footwear can help alleviate some of the symptoms of arthritis. Most of Gravity Defyer footwear comes with elastic closures or quick straps which are easy to use and reduce stress on arthritic hands. The footwear is also made with soft, pliable materials and extra foot space for affected joints.

The Design

It is, however, the design of Gravity Defyer footwear soles. These shock-absorbing soles and aid in the reduction of foot pain, hip pain, heel pain, ankle pain, and knee pain. This footwear is also constructed with a roomy toe box, which helps improve circulation, reduce stress on toes, and reduce stress on arches.

Diabetic FriendlyDiabetes

Gravity Defyer Orthopedic footwear is diabetic friendly.  These specially designed shoes can help alleviate foot pain associated with diabetes. Some of their footwear products are Medicare A5500 approved.  There are other conditions which may benefit from these diabetic-friendly shoes such as:

  • neuropathy
  • swelling
  • calluses
  • bunions
  • foot pain
  • ankle pain
  • ingrown toenails
  • Morton’s neuroma
  • open wounds
  • back pain
  • hip pain
  • knee pain

Built for Comfort

Gravity Defyer footwear is designed to absorb shock even when you are standing or walking on hard surfaces like concrete and cement. This line of footwear is built with all-day comfort in mind. Many people can wear these shoes for eight plus hours at a time without experiencing any type of soreness or discomfort.

How Much Does Gravity Defyer Footwear Cost?

Cost

As there are many different styles and colors of Gravity Defyer footwear, pricing will vary. Here are a few samples of styles and prices:

  • Men’s G-Defy Mighty Walk Athletic Shoes $155
  • Men’s G-Defy Orion Athletic Shoes – $185.
  • Men’s Lucca Black Dress Shoes – $185.
  • Women’s G-Defy Mighty Walk Athletic Shoes – $155.
  • Women’s G-Defy Orion Athletic Shoes – $185.
  • Women’s G-Defy Cloud Walk Athletic Shoes – $180.
  • Women’s G-Defy Compass Work Shoes – $170.
  • Unisex Sports Socks (2 pack) – $16.

Gravity Defyer Footwear also carries sandals, G-Comfort Orthotics, Men’s Oxford Shoes, Casual shoes, and women’s flats.

Visit the Gravity Defyer Website for Special sales.

Amazon also offers some Gravity Defyer Shoe styles.

Gravity Defyer Reviews

Reviews

There are several customer reviews about Gravity Defyer Footwear.

One customer was so happy with her purchase because an additional sole for different arch heights was included. She stated they are well worth the money, and she is a very happy customer.

Another customer stated that Gravity Defyer shoes are the best walking shoes out there, and their job required them to walk and stand for 11 hours a day. She describes these amazing shoes as painless.

Another customer stated that he could walk for miles and miles of pain-free.

One customer is so impressed with Gravity Defyer Footwear they will be a frequent buyer.

As with any product it is not toally free from complaints.

Recommendation

Approved

We would recommend trying out the Gravity Defying footwear products. However, as everyone has different foot issues and health conditions, the styles that work for some, may not work for others. We recommend reading many customer reviews to help decide whether this footwear is right for you.

If you have had an experience with Gravity-Defying footwear be sure to share it with us.

143 Customer Reviews on “Does Gravity Defyer Footwear Really Work?

  1. I Bought a pair of the sneakers and in less than a year a spring popped through the inside of the shoe and hit my foot. When I called customer service they only offered my half off a new pair. When I asked to speak to the supervisor I was told he would call me back which he never did. These shoes are a dangerous rip-off! Save your money and buy a nice pair of shoes that won’t break and potentially hurt your foot.

  2. I ordered 2 pairs; 1 for me and 1 for my daughter. I tried mine and found that they made it difficult for me to walk. Since I am 60 years old I thought it was just me. I encouraged my 37 year old daughter to try hers. She is an avid walker and runner. She was not thrilled. She said they made her legs hurt to walk in them and running was impossible. She stated she was not going to wear them except around the house. I guess I will try them when I am standing at my stove cooking or at the sink doing dishes. I guess they are just not for everyone. As for the logo on the shoe I thought to myself surely that can’tt be what I think it is. I guess it was ! Sorry, I really wanted to like the shoes and I am glad others find them so comfortable.

  3. I would try anything for comfortable shoes walking in Europe on the cobblestones, but Gravity Defyer is NOT IT! I wore mine around town, and casual bike rides before my trip, and they seemed ok–but after only a few hours walking in Europe I thought I was going to die. They were pure hell. I tried them every few days and by mid-day every time, I had to change to the only other pr of shoes I had which were Fit-Flops. I warn you not think these shoes are worth their price—they are not! Greatful for the 30 day return as these are going back!

  4. I purchased two pair of Gravity Defyer dress shoes. As soon as I put them on I realized that the shoes were not made to standard patterns of show design and that they were a very tight fit across the top of my feet.

    I called and arranged to have one of the pairs returned for a larger size to determine if that would correct the problem. I was told to order the replacement for which I would be charged and then return the current pair for credit. I followed their directions. The new (larger) pair were better, but still not as comfortable as a shoe should be, especially at this cost.

    I awaited the credit for the shoes returned. When I received none I contacted the company and was told that I had to provide “proof of delivery” for the return. I did so. Still no word regarding the credit. I called customer service repeatedly and left a number of messages as no one answered my call. I sent numerous e-mails with no response. I tried every phone number I could find and on two occasions was able to talk to someone. In both cases they promised to have someone return the call and address my concerns. I never received a return call. How long have I waited? TWO YEARS!

    Now on the shoes themselves – They do look good. I received many compliments on them. But they do not fit well and after soon time something happens to the spring in the heel and it starts making a noise when you walk. Try to explain constantly why your shoes are making a clicking noise.

    I have purchased other “spring loaded” shoes from other companies and had much better experiences, especially those that had springs in both the heel and the sole.

    So, good luck, but be aware of the issues I have faced.

  5. I bought a pair of Velocity Gravity shoes and returned them because the quality of the material was poor. It had a shiny plastic material on the top area of the show and the heel collar. The material looked nice and attractive, but, being made of plastic, I seriously doubted it would resist the wear and tear of a running she. I returned the shoe, expecting my money back. I didn’t even put the shoe on, just by looking at the material it was made of I decided I didn’t want them. This happened about two months ago and I haven’t received my refund and haven’t heard a word from Gravity defyer.

  6. DO not buy Gravity Defyer!!! The shoes are cheap plastic garbage made in China. The uppers are falling apart, the tongue is not attached properly, item not as pictured. Customer service is absolutely terrible! Run!

  7. Whoa Sean… I have no idea what you were saying. There’s this awesome thing in writing called “punctuation”. You should try it out some time. You might actually like it!

  8. dude get over the logo ppl who cares they work at making my joints and helps me push a lil harder when i use to be in pain. I think the logo says hey were confident we know it works it’s funny if you dont know the meaning i see worst stuff on regular tv the fact ppl complain about a sperm is well over board (not the ppl really on here) but in OTHER articles to its stupid these ppl make shoes to help you the fact they wont change it is great to me the fact ppl complain about it shows how ungratful ppl are say something nice and defend the product but diss on what they want there awesome logo to be, just say “hey thanks for the awesome shoes’ they make my life less painful to move around, hell i took a walk on the pear near the beach saw the sunset near this beautiful woman, now shes my wife glad i wasent in pain or i wouldent have been out as long THANKS GUYS!” instead of “hey thanks for the shoes but screw what you guys want forget about your logo *EDITED* your clever and creative idea we are going to *EDITED* on” …..yes im over board i say bad words but im an adult you are to grow up.I am just tired of ppl like you doing your typical “thanks BUT!” just be happy please … just walk away pun intended because its *EDITED* clever just like the logo

  9. These are great for sore heals and walking on hard surfaces. However, they need to lose the logo and use better glue.

  10. I’ve recently purchased and received my new Gravity Defyer’s after reading numerous articles along with positive customer reviews. I feel there is no reason to NOT to pay a pretty penny for any kind of shoes especially if they actually work. After all, you get what you pay for and I truly believe what I paid for was a great product! I understand the reason behind the company’s logo and I get it, but it didn’t deter me from buying them because of what was on the side of my shoes. I work on hard concrete 40 hrs a week with bad knees, plantar fasciatis and flat feet. The shoes I wore before getting Gravity Defyer with the Versoshock Trampoline technology, were recommended to me through an orthopedic years ago and I spent a pretty penny for what, only to have my feet hurt after only weeks of wearing them and that’s even with putting in the correct insoles. After that, I couldn’t find shoes, orthodics or what not that would kill the pain or even ease it just a little. I’ve even tried dieting thinking and knowing my weight was an issue and even after losing the weight, the pain was still there. What I’m trying to say is, after a day of use in the Gravity Defyer FlexNet’s, I could feel a significant difference. I didn’t feel pain in my feet and moreover they felt energized and I had very little to no pain in my knees and back. So to answer your question “Do Gravity Defyer Footwear Really Work?” My answer is ‘Yes they do!’ As for the logo, I believe they could have come up with something else that gives meaning to “a new energy on life” but hey, if the shoe works, then more power to them!

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