Women who suffer from arthritis often turn to bespoke footwear producers. Whether you are looking for custom made shoes or designer footwear, there are some features that will bring relief to your feet. Opt for shoes with removable insoles and soft uppers made from leather. If you have arthritic hands as well, you should choose shoes with no-tie laces or Velcro straps. This will make it easier to put them on and take them off. Go for shoes with broad, low heels and good dept and width.
Footwear with soft, thick soles is a good option as it provides shock absorption. Your shoes should offer good arch support. Footwear options to choose from include stretchable shoes, walking shoes, mules, mary janes, and others. You can opt for slip-on mary janes with deep heel cups, adjustable straps, and stitch detailing. The pair features removable footbeds. Another option is to get stretchable shoes, which are a great choice for bunions, hammertoes, and swollen feet. The pair comes with removable, cushioned insoles, extra large straps, and lightweight outsoles. It is ideal for outdoor and indoor wear and keeps the feet comfortable. The insoles are made to accommodate diabetic insoles.