What Causes foot pain
In fact, most shoes are only fit by shoe size, which is the length of the foot from the heel to the end of the longest toe.
In actuality, there are a few things to consider when fitting the foot for footwear:
Foot length Foot Width Arch length Your lifestyle and activities
Most shoes only fit your foot length. Some shoes take your foot width into account but no shoe can accurately fit your arch size. While some shoes may include "arch support inserts," those inserts
likely have not been measured to your arch. This is why Good Feet Certified Arch Support Fitters are trained to take specific measurements to personally fit you for our arch supports.
If your feet hurt, you may just be experiencing the side-effects of years of wearing ill-fitting shoes. When was the last time you had your foot measured by a professional? In the meantime, you may
be wearing shoes that are slightly too large, too small, too wide, or too narrow. You also may be wearing shoes that aren't supportive enough or shoes that are inappropriate for the kinds of
activities you do.
Stop by your local Good Feet store and allow a Certified Arch Support Fitter to give you a free consultation to evaluate which shoes and/or arch support products are appropriate for your lifestyle