Most Comfortable Shoes for flat feet

The guide to flat feet

A foot that touches the ground in its entirety or almost, is considered flat. There is no prominent arch either due to an injury or because it never developed from birth. Having little or no arch can have a profound effect on our biomechanics and can lead to injuries, pain, and discomfort. Every step we take is impacted.

What causes flat feet?

Flat feet can occur because of:
Age Pregnancy
Underdeveloped arch Being overweight
Injury to tendon Foot deformity
Wearing unsupportive shoes

Comfort shoes designed for flat feet

Even though you cannot change your foot and its arch, you can take several measures to ensure your feet stay supported. Start by wearing good shoes for flat feet or insert orthotics for flat feet in shoes that do not have built in support.
Orthopedic shoes for flat feet are designed with premium arch support placed in the optimal position under the foot. The best shoes for flat feet should have support that is mild since something more prominent will cause pain and discomfort.
A flat foot without an arch doesn’t function properly, impacting our gait. To help with foot motion, walking shoes for flat feet with an ergonomic sole design rock the foot from the heel to toe and propel it forward. The result is a propped arch, aligned foot and body, and foot that doesn’t roll inwards.

 

Most Comfortable Shoes for flat feet

Flat Feet Guide

The guide to flat feet

A foot that touches the ground in its entirety or almost, is considered flat. There is no prominent arch either due to an injury or because it never developed from birth. Having little or no arch can have a profound effect on our biomechanics and can lead to injuries, pain, and discomfort. Every step we take is impacted.

What causes flat feet?

Flat feet can occur because of:
Age Pregnancy
Foot deformity Being overweight
Injury to tendon Underdeveloped arch
Wearing unsupportive shoes

Comfort shoes designed for flat feet

Even though you cannot change your foot and its arch, you can take several measures to ensure your feet stay supported. Start by wearing good shoes for flat feet or insert orthotics for flat feet in shoes that do not have built in support.
Orthopedic shoes for flat feet are designed with premium arch support placed in the optimal position under the foot. The best shoes for flat feet should have support that is mild since something more prominent will cause pain and discomfort.
A flat foot without an arch doesn’t function properly, impacting our gait. To help with foot motion, walking shoes for flat feet with an ergonomic sole design rock the foot from the heel to toe and propel it forward. The result is a propped arch, aligned foot and body, and foot that doesn’t roll inwards.

Arch Booster

Orthofeet's Arch Booster

Add Orthofeet's Arch Booster under the orthotic insole to enhance support & reduce pressure at the
heel & ball-of-foot.

*Not included with slippers

Orthofeet flat feet shoes are the #1
doctor recommended shoes

Best Shoes for Flat Feet
FLAT FOOT
WITH ORTHOFEET ARCH SUPPORT

“I have extremely flat feet & wear a customized insole for support. I normally have to take the factory insole out to make room but with these I ordered a wide instead of medium width & everything fit & is very comfortable. ”

– Alan Anderson

Find relief with Orthofeet shoes for flat feet

Flat feet can lead to additional foot conditions such as overpronation (when your feet roll inwards), and plantar fasciitis. The feet are the foundation to a healthy body, so when the foundation is not functioning properly, the rest of the body suffers. Knee, hip, and back pain can occur as a result.
Orthofeet offers the best selection of shoes for flat feet including tennis shoes for flat feet, boots for flat feet, casual shoes for flat feet and slippers for flat feet. The built-in arch support with its anatomical shape, along with the thick dispersing cushioning layers, ensures your feet move as they are supposed to, minimizing further injuries and pain. A firm heel counter together with the wide sole, increase stability and control overpronation. The mild rocker bottom facilitates motion and prevents unnecessary excess joint movement.