Banish bunion worries - Hanwag introduces the Tatra Bunion into its innovative range

Fit is fundamental at Hanwag and following on from the success of its innovative Alta Bunion boot, Hanwag introduces the Tatra Bunion. Based on the UK and Europe’s best-selling model, the new boot combines the comfortable and supportive design of the Tatra with a new bunion-specific construction that minimises pressure around the big toe joint.

Around 15 million people in the UK are reported to suffer from bunions, a condition that can cause certain shoes or boots to be painful and uncomfortable. During long walks or treks, ensuring that boots fit comfortably is crucial. Developed to offer relief to outdoor enthusiasts suffering from bunions, the Tatra Bunion is cobbled on a specialist last that provides extra room around the big toe joint. Rather than having to buy a wide-fit boot or try the next size up, the Tatra Bunion ensures minimum pressure to the affected area yet fits comfortably and securely around the rest of the foot and ankle.

Suitable for long treks over varied terrain, the Tatra Bunion has a robust construction with a hardwearing, waxed Nubuck upper and lightweight yet supportive Vibram® AW sole. For even greater durability, the boot also features protective rubber heel and toe caps.  A padded soft leather cuff around the ankle enhances the wearer’s comfort and the boots boast Hanwag’s chrome-free leather lining that is suitable for sensitive skin. For even less chance of rubbing or chafing, the Tatra Bunion has been developed with the brand’s Deep Pull lacing system to ensure the boot fits securely around the ankle and foot.












Offering salvation to bunion sufferers, more information about Hanwag’s new Tatra Bunion is available at by clicking here.


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