Duchess Camilla's favourite shoe brand launch 'miracle trainer' designed to combat foot pain

The brand has designed a new shoe entirely around comfort.

We've all got our favourite footwear - be it a comfy pair of slippers, or our trusty walking boots that take us from A to B.

And for the Duchess of Cornwall, it's anything from the shoe brand Sole Bliss, who create comfortable yet stylish designs for women with bunions and wide feet.

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So we suspect she might be delighted by their latest launch - a brand new 'Miracle Trainer', which they state will help women with all kinds of foot issues and pain.

It's been created by the brand's founder, Lisa Kay, and a team of British podiatrists, to include a 'Comfort Technology', which they say "relieves the pain of multiple foot issues including bunions".

The trainer has been created with an "anatomically contoured footbed, with luxurious cushioning to soothe painful foot conditions such as plantar fasciitis."

Solebliss Hero: Black Leather


Size Range: UK 3 - UK 19
Price: £179

There's also a hidden stretch panel, including in most of the brand's shoes, which claims to alleviate pressure from bunions, and difficult joints in your foot. They've also been created specifically for wider feet, to ensure a comfortable fit, whilst "maintaining a flattering silhouette".

And if that weren't enough, a seamless leather lining has been woven into the shoes, "to prevent rubbing", as well as chunky white sole on the outside of the shoe, for elevated height.

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The brand also note that the 'Miracle Trainer' can be slipped off with ease, to address the difficulty some women may have in taking shoes off.

As well as all that, the new trainers from Sole Bliss, made in Italy nonetheless, are undeniably stylish. Coming in white black or navy, the chunky trainers also come with white laces and chic zip detailing.

They're on sale for £179, and go from UK sizes 3 - 9. You can buy them here.

Will you be snapping up a pair? We could well be seeing them on Duchess Camilla soon...

Amy Hunt

Amy Hunt is an experienced digital journalist specialising in homes, interiors and hobbies. She began her career working as the features assistant at woman&home magazine, before moving over to the digital side of the brand where she eventually became the Lifestyle Editor up until January 2022. Amy won the Digital Journalist of the Year award at the AOP Awards in 2019 for her work on womanandhome.com.