Fit Style



  • Wide-fit shoes are designed with a larger amount of available room for the foot, meaning they are more roomy and comfy than the regular fit or narrow fit shoes. Wide-fit shoes incorporate a wider tread on the sole of the shoe and a deeper toe box, and that makes this fit style the most suited to people who may be experiencing some form of foot problems such as corns, calluses, ingrown toenails, etc. They are also great for those who desire some extra level of comfort and relief when they have their shoes on.

  • Regular-Fit shoes are typically the most comfortable. Most shoes will fit medium feet just fine as that is the standard that manufacturers work with. They provide the most comfort without compromising on style.

  • Narrow-fit shoes provide the extra fitting for persons with slender feet. They are primarily designed to be 1/4 inch narrower than regular shoes, and 1/2 inch narrow than wide shoes, providing extra support, comfort and ease of wear. Narrow-fit shoes eliminate the spaces on the side of your feet with regular shoes and the discomfort of not finding your size.


What’s the best shoe fit for me?

The best shoe fit is highly dependent on your feet size and the how your feet fit into shoes. If your feet feels constrained even when you wear shoe sizes that matches the length of your feet, you may require wide-fit shoes. So also, if you find shoe sizes that fit the length of your feet, but leave spaces on the sides of your feet, you likely have narrow-width feet.

In both cases, we have specially tailored shoe sizes for all fits. You would find that all our shoes are super comfortable and orthotic friendly.