If you suffer with Flat Feet, your feet press flat against the ground. Flat feet can also be referred to as Fallen Arches, because you have a low or no arch.
People with flat feet often find that their feet roll inwards (pronate) as they walk or stand. This is because your arches have dropped and your arches determine how you walk. This rolling inwards is known as over-pronation and can lead to the formation of bunions.
Some of the main causes of flat feet are weak arches, strained muscles, arthritis, pregnancy, diabetes and genetic factors. Although flat feet is not always a painful condition, it is very important to wear comfortable shoes for flat feet.
If you are looking for the best shoes for flat feet, there are several factors which you need to consider. While the idea of "shoes for flat feet" may conjure up connotations of orthopaedic-looking shoes, fear not! Stylish shoes for flat feet exist and there are plenty of on-trend footwear options out there.
If you are looking for comfortable shoes for flat feet, it is essential that they have arch support. Given that your arches have fallen or are low to the ground, you need to wear flat feet shoes which are designed to cushion and support them. An anatomical arch support will counter over-pronation, which stabilises the foot and prevents the worsening of flat feet.
Women with flat feet tend to need a wide-fit shoe. We recommend looking for wide flat feet shoes where the toe-box is spacious in order to prevent cramping your toes.
Although it might seem difficult to find flat feet shoes which provide the comfort and support you need, there are plenty of stylish shoes for flat feet available.
From heels to sneakers, sandals to boots, here are our top picks for shoes for flat feet:
Think you can't wear heels if you have flat feet? Think again! Heels for flat feet exist and there are seriously comfy and stylish options available.
If you are looking for heels for flat feet, you need to look for heels which have arch support to protect and support the arched part of your foot, which may have fallen or collapsed.
All Sole Bliss heels for flat feet contain an ingenious anti-pronating arch support. This is a small memory foam pillow present in all closed-back heels which holds your foot in the correct position and prevents your foot from rolling inwards (pronating) as you walk.
The best flat foot shoes are made from durable leather, which is breathable, flexible and will stop your feet from sweating. Sole Bliss shoes all have leather uppers and are fully leather lined to keep your feet cool and comfortable.
The best flat foot shoes also feature a cushioned sole. Our podiatrist-approved signature footbed is luxuriously cushioned and comprised of three layers of high-quality memory foam to protect your entire foot. The Base Layer provides shock absorption against hard surfaces, the Middle Layer contours to the shape of your flat feet, and the Top Layer provides ultra-soft cushioning for sensitive feet.
Prefer a lower heel? No problem! Discover our collection of Kitten Heels for flat feet. If you are looking for low heels, you need to ensure they have the same anatomical arch support which will protect your arch and prevent your foot from rolling inwards as you walk.
Your heels should have a supportive insole with soft cushioning and shock absorption, which counters the shock of walking on hard surfaces.
Again, it is very important to opt for heels which are crafted from soft leather which will protect your feet from sweat and also flex to accommodate your foot shape.
If you have wide feet and flat feet, you should opt for a wide-fitting heel with ample room in the toe-box to prevent toe crowding.
The best sneakers for flat feet will have a deep toe-box, a wider fit, and are adjustable to accommodate your foot shape.
There are plenty of running sneakers for flat feet out there. However, if you are looking for something a little more stylish, there are options for fashion sneakers for flat feet.
You should look for sneakers which are leather lined. Leather uppers are more flexible too and will prevent cramping your toes.
Sole Bliss sneakers for flat feet are crafted from luxuriously soft leather and are fully leather lined. Our signature footbed is contoured and will accommodate the shape of your flat feet. It is also luxuriously padded with extra cushioning under the heel to provides all the support and comfort your flat feet need.
The toe-box of our flat feet sneakers is very wide too. However we disguise this width and depth in order to maintain a flattering fit.
Loafers are a wardrobe staple! And if you have flat feet or fallen arch, you may find that it is difficult to find comfortable loafers for your flat feet.
All flat feet shoes should have arch support, cushioned soles, durable leather uppers and a wide toe-box.
Sole Bliss loafers for flat feet are designed especially for women with flat feet, bunions and other foot conditions. Our superior arch support mechanism prevents your foot from rolling inwards as you walk. This anti-pronation device is found in our closed-back heels too.
Handcrafted in Spain from luxuriously soft leather, these loafers for flat feet feature a full seam-free leather lining too, to prevent rubbing against difficult joints. Your flat feet will benefit from our triple-layer underfoot cushioning system which protects and comforts sensitive feet with low or no arches.
The best flats for flat feet contain an arch support mechanism which protect your fallen arches. While it may be tempting to wear ballerinas, strappy sandals or perfectly flat shoes, you should always look for a shoe with protective arch support.
The diagram below shows the superior arch support mechanism found in all Sole Bliss closed-back shoes. This memory foam pillow prevents the rolling inwards of the foot.
Anti-Pronating Arch Support found in all closed-back shoes.
If you have any questions about finding the best shoes for your feet, please contact our Customer Care team who are highly knowledgeable and here to help!
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