People with collapsed arches (or flat feet) have too much flexibility, which makes their movements unstable. On the other end of the spectrum, high arches cause people to walk on the outside of their feet, which is also unstable. Either of these two extreme foot types require additional support. Consider shoes that tie up with buckles, laces, or Velcro straps for additional support.*

Gone are the days of one-shoe-fits-all. Seek out a shoe that fits your specific needs to provide optimal stability and sup1. For advanced support, consult your podiatrist for custom orthotics or insoles as needed.

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*http://www.irunfar.com/2014/03/lace-em-up-making-a-minimal-shoe-into-a-stability-shoe.html
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