Orthotic friendly shoes for women. Yes! they are fashionable and comfortable

Being a woman is hard, being a fashionable woman yet has painful feet is even harder. I always heard women who came to podiatry clinic with painful feet, and with bad choice of shoes, saying: beauty is the pain. They choose to wear good-looking shoes rather than comfortable shoes, or what they called, granny shoes. Indeed, there are occasions or work requirement to wear formal and nice-looking shoes. Well, there are shoes that combined fashion and comfort, and they are orthotics friendly shoes, that you can start taking care of your painful feet.

Ziera Shoes.com-Where you get what you wanted

The words fashion/ stylish are all unique to us. Each person defines them differently. Ziera shoes offers wide range of women’s shoes that hopefully are your taste. They have styles such as dress shoes/ sandals, casual shoes/ sandals, heels, slippers boots and orthotics friendly shoes. What is special about their shoes is that they have designed to fit in orthotics, even in high heels (look for the small foot icon at the top right corner). They have removable inserts, providing more space for it. With some shoes, you can choose the width of it (wide or  extra wide), an extra bonus for wider feet people.

Ziera Shoes“From lace-ups to loafers, brogues to ballet flats, Ziera offers the perfect blend of style and comfort for those needing extra supportive footwear or those needing to swap out the Ziera footbed for their custom-made orthotic. On-trend looks combined with luxurious cushioning to cocoon the whole foot, Ziera’s range of orthotic friendly styles suit anyone who needs additional comfort and support for their feet.”

You can get yours at Ziera.com or at Amazon just at one click.

Dr Comfort-Comfortable shoes

Flute Merry JaneDr Comfort shoes provide the three choices of the width in certain design, medium, wide and extra wide. The shoes come with removable cushioning inserts, a shoe horn, and a pair of flat inserts. You do not need to worry about putting your orthotics in, as when the original inserts are removed, they have the depth for orthotics.

The most popular choice is Flute Women’s Merry Jane, made with leather, and also with expandable materials at the top (the upper shoes). This suits women with bunions condition, swollen feet, and wide feet.

Dr Comfort Coco Rich Patent Women’s Classic Shoes are suitable for dress or work shoes, also forefoot design provides pressure relief for all day comfort and the BOA closure system provides an adjustable secure fit.

“The Finest Quality Comfort Footwear Period! Diabetic, Therapeutic and Orthopaedic Shoes, Footwear and Compression Wear that provide the utmost comfort.”

Revere Shoes- Stylish sandals and shoes

One important design for a sandal to be able to accommodate orthotics is that the shoes have to have heel counter to secure your feet and the orthotics. The shoes are also available in two width, medium and wide.

Bali Heel Counter Sandal designed as follows:

  • Adjustable hook-and-loop straps
  • Leather uppers and linings
  • Removable comfort footbed with built-in arch support allows the insertion of custom orthotics if required
  • Matching strap extensions included to enhance fit
  • Slip-resistant outsole

There are more shoes available here.

Running/Walking Shoes-Best shoes to put orthotics

Most running and walking shoes are able to fit in orthotics. The reason why they are the best shoes to put in your orthotics because they have stable base, and your feet and orthotics will be secure inside the shoes.

Oh…and one more thing

One important trick when buying any shoes is to take the orthotics with you, try the shoes with the orthotics as you might need a size up for your shoes.

If you are buying shoes online, consider if you are going to have orthotics inside the shoes and measure your feet at evening time. These little yet important factors will help you to get the right size of the shoes, please be mindful that wearing smaller size of the shoes might cause problems to your feet.

Happy Shopping at Amazon today!




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4 thoughts on “Orthotic friendly shoes for women. Yes! they are fashionable and comfortable

  1. Great to know there are options out there to accommodate orthotics. I used to work in public accounting, and wore heels everyday to work. Talk about my feet hurting… Where would you recommend buying the orthotics to go in these shoes?



    1. Hi V, I will recommend you to see a podiatrist to assess why you have pain wearing heels, and they are the specialist to recommend the orthotic that suits your feet. You can get medically graded orthotics or custom made orthotics from them, which is far more better than buying one in the chemist or online.

  2. I always seem to have a hard time finding shoes that fit me as one of my feet is larger than the other. Nowadays I usually get a larger sized shoe. The Revere Shoes look really stylish. Where can I get it?

    1. Hi Yvonne, You can easily click the link or the image to buy online, alternately, you can go to their website, Revere.com to find out more. Hope you find the shoes you like! Cheers

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