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Orthotics can be obtrusive and difficult to fit into most types of shoes. We are specialists in the creation of custom orthotics and in this article we will provide you with a list of shoes for orthotics that we recommend to our patients.
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The best shoes for orthotics should be a neutral shoe with a low heel drop and a semi-rigid sole that has a degree of cushioning.
We recommend the Hoka Clifton 8 Shoes for orthotics due to their neutral sole, 5mm heel drop and EVA Foam support.
The neutral bed allows for the orthotics to sit on a flatbed in the shoe, while the 5mm drop reduces the risk of excess force on the forefoot.
The EVA foam is a lightweight but firm form of support to help stabilise the orthotic inside the shoe.
Hoka shoes come in a variety of widths allowing them to accommodate any size of an orthotic.Buy On Amazon
We recommend the New Balance 1080 V12 for orthotics due to their neutral sole, 8mm heel drop and fresh foam X midsole.
The neutral sole combined with fresh foam X midsole provides a flat and stable environment to base your orthotics in, without compromising the mechanics of the orthotics.
The 8mm heel drop is greater than the Hoka Clifton 8 but sufficiently low to have minimal impact on the forefoot.Buy On Amazon
We recommend the Skechers GOrun MaxRoad 5 Shoes for orthotics due to their neutral sole, carbon-infused H Plate and 6mm heel drop.
The neutral sole and carbon-infused H Plate alongside the M Strike technology facilitates a normal push-off while providing a stable base for your orthotics.
The 6mm heel drop sits between the New Balance and the Hoka.Buy On Amazon
This is not medical advice. We recommend a consultation with a medical professional such as James McCormack. He offers Online Physiotherapy Appointments