5 Shoes That Don’t Look Like Orthotics
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5 Shoes That Don’t Look Like Orthotics

Often, when people think of orthotic shoes, they imagine shoes with lots of support and very little style. But the two shouldn’t be mutually exclusive. After all, health and beauty really do go hand-in-hand! Luckily, many designers out there agree. While there is no “one size fits all” solution for orthotic shoes, many of these shoes may fit your needs.  Check out the popular shoe styles below.

Easy Spirit

1. Easy Spirit

Easy Spirit creates shoes in many styles, including clogs, flats, pumps, and wedges. The company works with comfort at the top of its priority list, seeking to create pumps that feel as comfortable as a sneaker. For the months ahead, you may want to check out their line of sandals. If you need a pair of heels for your next work event or formal occasion, a pair of Easy Spirit heels could feel ideal without making you compromise on your look.


2. Dansko

Dansko is a company well known for their comfy clogs. A well-made pair of clogs can provide wonderful support for your foot while adding a unique look to your wardrobe. If clogs just aren’t your thing, Dansko also creates flats, heels, boots, sandals, and sneakers. You’ll be amazed at how well the company combines style and practicality in their many selections.


3. Jambu

Jambu is a company known for its adventurous philosophy and its shoes certainly correspond to this outlook. Many people think of fashionable shoes as inevitably cumbersome, but not Jambu. Its every line of women’s shoes—from sandals and sneakers to flats and wedges—are designed to aid comfort and mobility, no matter where you’re going. Their shoes also look remarkably streamlined, which is great if you’re not a fan of cumbersome tread.


4. Earthies

Earthies creates shoes with a molded footbed with a cupped heel, anatomical arch, and cradled toe area. The aim is to offer a shoe that distributes weight well along the foot, proving comfort with every step. While all the shoes in their current collection reflect a great sense of style, their Bindi and Luma flats stand out for their elegance, with a cut lace pattern in several cute colors.

   Hammacher Schlemmer

5. Hammacher Schlemmer

You may not be able to say the name Hammacher Schlemmer five times fast, but wearing a pair of their shoes may be one of the easiest things you’ve done in while. The online catalogue sells shoes specifically designed for people suffering from Plantar Fasciitis. But by the look of it, the streamlined flats, wedges and sneakers were simply created for people with great taste.

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