Shoes with removable insoles that can accommodate custom inserts or orthotics.
Shoes with extra sticky soles that ensure traction on tile and other slippery surfaces. Most of these shoes carry an official certificate of tested slip-resistance.
Plush, padded insoles that contour the individual foot shape for extra comfort.
Heel of the shoe can be folded in to turn it into a slip-on or a slipper-like shoe.
Shoes that maintain underfoot support for extended periods of wear. Great for long walks, shopping, running errands, and casual wear.
Lightweight all-around shoes that can be taken anywhere from a long plane ride to a city sightseeing tour.
These shoes tend to be more supportive to withstand long hours on the feet. Some of them are marked as slip-resistant. They typically come in monochromatic colorways.
Well-cushioned shoes that accommodate all-day city walks and also keep you comfortable on cobblestone streets.
Walking shoes that can double as fitness or gym footwear.
Cushioned, supportive and in some cases slip-resistant, these shoes are made to help medical staff spend long shifts on the feet.
Comfortable shoes for walking around the city.
Supportive shoes that keep you comfortable for a full day of walking and standing in Disneyland.
Cushioned, supportive, and slip-resistant shoes that are meant to help older people feel comfortable. They are also well-padded on the inside and have plenty of room to accommodate the foot.
Highly cushioned and padded shoes that help your feet recover from intensive training and running.
- Arch Support
For people with normal pronation. Also provide support for underpronation (excessive outward rolling of the foot).
For people with moderate overpronation (inward rolling of the foot).
For people with severe overpronation (excessive inward rolling of the foot).
Not sure about your pronation type? Find out in our Pronation 101 guide.
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