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1 March 2019

Finding footwear to fit your orthotic

If you wear an orthotic, you will need to look for extra deep shoes. A shoe with extra depth gives you more room so that you can insert your orthotic without altering the fit.

If you wear an orthotic, you will need to look for extra deep shoes. A shoe with extra depth gives you more room so that you can insert your orthotic without altering the fit. Some orthotic-friendly footwear is made with a deeper, roomier toe box. Some may have a removable footbed that you can take out and then replace with your own orthotic.

A good example of an orthotic-friendly shoe for women is Cosyfeet’s Audrey style. It is specially crafted to fit a variety of orthotic shapes including fairly large ones. As well as having a deep, roomy toe box, it has a removable footbed which gives you even more depth. It also has a higher back so that when you insert your orthotic the shoe stays securely on your foot.AudreyFor men, a good example of an orthotic-friendly shoe is Cosyfeet’s Buddy. This soft, sporty style is deep enough to fit most orthotics and has the added benefit of a lace which you can adjust to get the perfect fit.Buddy