Hands Down, THESE Are The Worst Shoes For Your Feet (2022)

Stilettos get a bad rap for throwing your body out of alignment, but don't think that just because your shoe is flat that it's better for you. One of the most walkable, flattest shoes around is just as bad as super-high heels: ballet flats. Unlike heels, which put all the pressure on the balls of your feet, flats add extra pressure to your heel, without any arch support, according to podiatrist Hillary Brenner, DPM. Additionally, "a heel will lead to stress on the outside of the knee," says Miguel Cunha, DPM, at Gotham Footcare. "A flat will lead to stress on the inside of the knee."

Which is just to say, comfort isn't everything. In fact, when Dr. Cunha shared the key features to look for when buying shoes, comfort was secondary to shape. Of course, your ideal shoe will depend ultimately on your foot type, but there are a few guidelines. First, a wide toe box that bends upwards is recommended, to allow your toes to wiggle around and move naturally. Second? A thick, 1-inch heel to stabilize your stride. Finally, both doctors recommend a rigid, supportive shape with a cushioned, stable arch area. You know those flats that bend completely in half? That should not happen.

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Unfortunately, we live in a world where shoes aren't always created for orthopedic value, and we like — and like to wear — the pretty little things that aren't always good for us. So ahead, we asked our two pros to rank our favorite shoes on a scale of 1 to 10 (one being great for our feet, 10 being awful). Ahead, an in-depth look at just how bad our mules, sneakers, and ankle boots really are. Hint: The slides are in order from worst to... least bad.

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Stilettos, Higher Than 2 Inches Dr. Brenner: 9.75 Dr. Cunha: 9.5

Not all heels are created equal, obviously. There are plenty of factors to account for: stability, height, ankle support, etc. But if you're just looking at heel type and height, a stiletto with a heel higher than two inches is one of the worst shoes for your feet.

Any shoe higher than 4 inches got a 10 from Dr. Cunha, but even a 2.5-inch heel will severely disrupt your center of gravity. Extended wearing of these heels can cause pinched nerves and shortened tendons. Think about it: You're basically banging on the balls of your feet with every step.

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If you do plan on wearing stilettos, both doctors recommend wearing them two to three hours max, and taking them off mid-day for a few exercises and stretches. "You can draw the alphabet with your foot, or draw the number 8," Dr. Brenner recommends. "Or you can take a tennis ball and roll your foot over that." Massage your arch to help your blood flow, which in turn helps prevent varicose veins or nerve irritation. Just remember: "The higher the heel, the greater amount of pressure, and that will lead to issues in the bones," Dr. Cunha says.

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Flip-Flops Dr. Brenner: 10 Dr. Cunha: 9

Sorry, Californians, but "they’re the worst," Dr. Brenner says. Not only do most generic flip-flops lack arch support, they also force your toes to curl in order to hold onto the flimsy piece of rubber protecting you from the ground. Why would you want to force your feet to do even more work than normal?

"Every time you take a step, your toes curl, and that leads to issues like hammertoes," Dr. Cunha says.

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Ballet Flats Dr. Brenner: 9.75 Dr. Cunha: 8.5

Flats might feel like the comfiest shoes you've got, but "[you] can be wearing comfy shoes, and they can be just as bad as heels," Dr. Brenner says. Without arch support or any sort of shock absorption for both the balls of your feet and the heels, people with flatter feet risk getting stress fractures and developing neuromas (enlargement of nerves between bones). For those with high arches? The shoes rank as a 7 for Dr. Cunha. But even then, the cut of a typical ballet flat could constrain your poor toes. "When you're wearing pointy narrow shoes and not much support, the bones rub together," Dr. Brenner says. Not a fun — or comfortable — situation.

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Bad Sneakers Dr. Brenner: 9 Dr. Cunha: 7

Yes, bad sneakers exist. What makes these shoes so bad isn't necessarily the construction of them — it's the fact that they're marketed and catered to athletic audiences. Watch out for sneakers that feel too comfortable to provide support (just like ballet flats). Bad sneakers will be so flexible, your heel will be able to move around from left to right — which could increase the likelihood of ankle sprains and twists.

Granted, walking around in these all day is better than walking around in 5-inch heels; if you're just wearing them to brunch, Dr. Cunha rates them as a 4. But running, exercising, and doing anything more than walking in these? That's when the problems happen.

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Mules Dr. Brenner: 8 Dr. Cunha: 6

Mules are slightly deceiving: They look like a comfy, solid shoe, but the lack of ankle support makes them almost as bad as flip flops.

This goes for heeled mules, too. "It's worse to have a heel that doesn't support the back of your feet," Dr. Cunha says. " In addition to the extra weight on the front of your feet, you also have to curl your toes to make sure the shoe doesn't fall off to the side every time you plant your foot down." Heeled mules can leave you more susceptible to sprains, hammertoes, and bunions thanks to the constant flexing of your feet.

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Gladiator Sandals Dr. Brenner: 7 Dr. Cunha: 6

Thanks to the multiple ankle straps on gladiator sandals, these summer shoes are slightly better for your feet than mules and flip-flops — even when they're flat. Add a sturdy 1.5-inch heel, and you get a little more support with the style.

When buying heeled sandals, however, Dr. Brenner recommends taking a look at the arch support of the shoe. "Yes, having a heel is great, but you still need that extra support below," Dr. Brenner says. "If it has good arch support, then I would take it down to a 5 or a 6."

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Stilettos, Lower Than 2 Inches Dr. Brenner: 7 Dr. Cunha: 5

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At less than 2 inches, the problem here isn't about the height: It's about the heel. "In terms of stability, with a stiletto heel, you're more likely to develop an ankle sprain," Dr. Cunha says.

But, a 1-inch stiletto could actually provide more support than a (gasp) ballet flat. "Yes, a stiletto is less stable, but with a 1-inch heel, it puts less stress on your knees," Dr. Cunha says. "For someone who is flat-footed, a 1-inch heel is actually ideal." Someone with higher arches, however, might have to rethink this option: "People with high arches are more likely to roll their ankles, so when they wear heels, they're more likely to twist around."

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Chunky Heel, Higher Than 2 Inches Dr. Brenner: 6 Dr. Cunha: 7.5

These shoes get a slight pass thanks to their stable, squared-off heel. "I'd say these are just two grades down from stilettos," Dr. Cunha says. "You may not get an ankle sprain, but you're still putting all that pressure on the front of the foot."

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Just remember: The higher a heel goes, the more pressure it puts on your feet — and the worse the shoes are. "Anything above 4 inches, I would say, is an 8 or 9 here," Dr. Cunha says.

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Chunky Heel, Lower Than 2 Inches Dr. Brenner: 4 Dr. Cunha: 4

At two inches, chunky heels will still add extra stress to your knees and back. These will be better, however, than a 4-inch heel for everyday walking.

Take the heel lower, however, to about 1 inch, and you may have found the perfect shoe. Booties with a 1-inch chunky heel received a rating of 2 from both doctors. Just like a 1-inch stiletto, the heel will provide extra arch support for those with flat feet. But unlike stilettos, the stable, square heel will help you avoid any rolled ankles — making those cobblestone streets just a bit safer.

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Wedges Dr. Brenner: 3 Dr. Cunha: 4

Wedges might not be the most elegant of shoes, but the extra cushion of a good wedge makes these one of the best options for your feet — given that they're not too high. "If I want to go for height, I almost always go for the wedge," Dr. Brenner says. "With a wedge, you have a built-in arch support." Instead of wooden heels, however, Brenner recommends finding cork or rubber soles for extra shock absorption.

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Good Sneakers Dr. Brenner: 1 Dr. Cunha: 1

Good sneakers will provide ankle support and arch support. Both doctors recommended New Balance and Asics sneakers, with toe boxes that bend upward. "You shouldn't be able to twist the shoe, and you want a good thick, wide arch with some cushion," Dr. Brenner says, noting that you want the shoe to support your feet fully from ankle to toe.

One good tip? "Everyone should buy their shoes at the end of the day," Dr. Cunha says, "because that's when your feet are the most swollen, after gravity brings all the fluid down."

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FAQs

What kind of footwear is good for feet? ›

The healthiest footwear for both older and younger adults should fit well and have a low, broad heel, a thin and flexible sole, and some kind of lace, strap or Velcro to ensure the shoe stays firmly attached to the foot, he says. Sandals and flats often fit this description, though many don't.

Why are shoes not good for your feet? ›

“Wearing worn-out shoes can lead to foot pain from plantar fasciitis, tendonitis, stress fractures and shin splints,” Dr. Rottman said. “This is because worn-out shoes lack the padding and support needed to protect our feet from damage.

Are Skechers good for your feet? ›

Skechers may be good for your feet because they are designed to absorb the shock of running and walking while also reducing pain and fatigue. Skechers have a flexible sole that moves and bends with your feet while you are walking and offers gentle support while standing still.

Are Crocs good for your feet? ›

Long-term wear of Crocs may also cause other serious foot conditions. “You're not thinking about it, but when you're wearing a shoe that wide, you're gripping with your toes, and when you grip with your toes to keep a shoe on, you can get tendonitis, plantar fasciitis and hammertoes in the long-term,” Dr. Barrow notes.

What do podiatrists say about Skechers? ›

As a podiatrist I am not totally against the Skecher type shoe as they can be very comfortable for painful arthritic type feet and individuals with no particular foot or lower limb problem, but they should be restricted to light casual wear only or even better as a comfort slipper replacement.

What kind of shoes can I wear everyday? ›

Some of Nike's top picks for everyday lifestyle wear are the Nike Air Force 1, the Nike Huarache, the Nike Air Max and the Nike Blazer. Any Nike shoe is going to be casual, comfortable and durable enough for everyday wear, so choose the style that best fits in with your style and wardrobe.

Which toe is most useful? ›

It probably is no surprise that your big toe is the most important when maintaining balance and bearing body weight. Your big toes bear just about 2 times the amount of weight as all your other toes combined! It still should not shock you that the pinky toes are the least important.

What should I wear for healthy feet? ›

Follow these tips:
  • Wash your feet daily in warm water with mild soap. ...
  • Dust your feet with baby powder or nonmedicated foot powder. ...
  • Change your socks and shoes at least once a day.
  • Wear shoes that let your feet breathe: leather, canvas, and mesh are good options, not nylon or plastic.
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Is it better to walk barefoot or with shoes? ›

While walking barefoot can improve a person's gait and reduce the overall amount of force created with each step, more of that force will be absorbed by the foot than when wearing shoes.

Is it good to be barefoot at home? ›

These alterations may in turn accelerate the progression of latent foot deformities, such as bunions, hammertoes, and Achilles tendonitis. Constantly going barefoot, even indoors, can lead to heel pain, plantar fasciitis, and metatarsalgia (generalized pain in the forefoot).

Is it better for your feet to go barefoot or wear shoes? ›

"Without support from footwear, your feet work harder to maintain balance and stability, which essentially gives them a greater workout," says Bruce Pinker, D.P.M., a New York–based board-certified podiatrist and foot surgeon.

Do podiatrists approve of Skechers? ›

There's a reason Skechers are a Yahoo reader fave — they're synonymous with comfort, durability, and affordability. Podiatrists love them and so do we.

Is vans good for your feet? ›

Yes. Vans shoes offer great support with a comfortable fit all day long. The ultimate combination of function and style, they are ideal for walking due to a sturdy rubber sole and flexible canvas construction.

Is memory foam good for your feet? ›

Pros of Memory Foam Insoles

Relieves foot pain Memory foam insoles ease pain in the feet if you do physical activities. Due to support for the arch, memory foam insoles are good for weightlifting, running, and hiking.

Why do surgeons wear Crocs? ›

Easy to Clean

As they're made from rubber, clogs are easier to clean. When working in a hospital, it's easy for water or medical liquids to splash onto your shoes. Fabrics can easily stain and can be stubborn to clean.

Why do nurses wear Crocs? ›

Crocs provides a number of slip resistant nurse and hospital shoes and clogs to help you stay safe during your shift.

Do podiatrists hate Crocs? ›

“As a podiatrist, I think it's easy to have a love, hate relationship with Crocs,” said Dr. Chanel Perkins, DPM, also known as the FabFootDoc.

What kind of shoes do orthopedic doctors recommend? ›

Shoe Recommendations
Walking, Running
AsicsNovablast, Kayano, GT-2000, Nimbus (plantar fasciitis)
MenAetrex, Allem Edmonds, Cambrian, Clarks, Cole-Haan, Cambrian, Dansko. Rockport, Ecco. Kumfs
Cross Trainers
AdidasBarricade
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Why do my feet hurt after wearing Skechers? ›

As a consequence, Skechers can cause ligament and muscle stresses and strains. The memory foam could take on the 'memory' of a poor gait style causing destabilising foot, ankle, knee, hip and lower back pain.

Is walking barefoot good for plantar fasciitis? ›

Summary: Barefoot activities can greatly improve balance and posture and prevent common injuries like shin splints, plantar fasciitis, stress fractures, bursitis, and tendonitis in the Achilles tendon, according to one expert.

Are soft or firm shoes better for plantar fasciitis? ›

If you have a fairly rigid foot with a high arch, you may need a softer shoe, since a firm surface will put a lot of localized stress on your forefoot and heel, which will translate into tension in the plantar fascia.

Do crocs help with plantar fasciitis? ›

This is why Crocs can help in treating plantar fasciitis. Not only do they fit the foot well, but they are also well-cushioned - guaranteeing comfort while walking. Moreover, they have rigid soles that provide firm support to the foot. The rigidity prevents twisting of the foot, which puts strain on the foot and leg.

How do I permanently get rid of plantar fasciitis? ›

Lifestyle and home remedies
  1. Maintain a healthy weight. Extra weight can put extra stress on your plantar fascia.
  2. Choose supportive shoes. Buy shoes with a low to moderate heel, thick soles, good arch support and extra cushioning. ...
  3. Don't wear worn-out athletic shoes. ...
  4. Change your sport. ...
  5. Apply ice. ...
  6. Stretch your arches.
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What is the main cause of plantar fasciitis? ›

Plantar fasciitis can be caused by a number of factors, including type of shoes, foot structure, overuse and types of walking surfaces. The main symptom of plantar fasciitis is heel pain. Treatment for plantar fasciitis usually does not require surgery.

Can a podiatrist do anything for plantar fasciitis? ›

Other methods a podiatrist may use to reduce pain and treat plantar fasciitis include physical therapy, night splints that gently stretch the plantar fascia, orthotics that correct can help distribute weight more evenly, steroids to reduce inflammation and pain, and shock wave therapy that initiates the body's healing ...

What shoes should I buy with everything? ›

Since metallic goes with nothing, it goes with everything. That's the rule with metallic heels, which are a great staple to have in your closet because they'll go with almost any color or print.

What happens if you wear the same shoes every day? ›

"If you wear the same pair everyday, your shoes don't have ample time to dry and they won't maintain their shape," Kass told us. If you don't give your shoes a day to air out, the sweat-soaked leather will warp, and your shoes will start to lose their shape — not to mention get musty and start to stink.

What is the most worn type of shoe? ›

The Nike Air Force 1 — the iconic sneaker that debuted nearly 40 years ago and has been seen on the likes of everyone from Victoria Beckham to Justin Timberlake — tops the list of the most searched for sneakers in 2021, according to an analysis from ebay of 32 brands of sneakers over the past four years.

Which toe can you live without? ›

So even though the pinky toe itself has no functional value, removing the metatarsal would make running, walking and skipping nearly impossible.

What toe can't you walk without? ›

The big toe carries the most weight of all the toes, bearing about 40 percent of the load. The big toe is also the last part of the foot to push off the ground before taking the next step. A nine-toed gait is less efficient, slower and shorter, but no less effective.

Why is your pinky toe important? ›

Your toes play an important role in keeping you balanced as you move, whether you're barefoot or wearing shoes. Your pinky is the smallest toe, but it's crucial in helping you to maintain your balance. It helps to think of your foot as having a triangular base of balance.

Is Vaseline good for your feet? ›

Use an Overnight Treatment – Vaseline® Jelly can be used as an effective overnight cosmetic treatment for dry, cracked feet and heels as it helps create a sealing barrier, locking in the essential moisture your feet need to repair themselves .

Should you put socks on after lotion? ›

After you slather your soles in foot cream or moisturizer, slip on a pair of cotton socks. The socks will help hold moisture in and keep any dust or dirt from sticking to the cream on the bottoms of your feet.

Does Vaseline make your feet softer? ›

You will find the densest, toughest skin on your body to be on the bottom of your feet. This means that this area has a high likelihood of drying out, cracking, and developing calluses. Vaseline can soothe your feet so that these afflictions have less of an impact.

Do your feet get wider as you age? ›

Do people's feet change as they get older? They don't change in size, necessarily. But feet may get wider, not longer, as we age. They change in their elasticity the same way other body parts do – tissue becomes less tight, causing the increased width and sagging of the arches.

Should you walk barefoot on carpet? ›

Body moisture on your carpet, even in tiny amounts, is not good. It will attract dust, dirt and dander. So when you go barefoot in your home, you're leaving sweat on the surface of the carpet then soil is attracted to it. You certainly won't notice a difference immediately, however, over time the soils will build up.

Is it better to wear socks or go barefoot? ›

Wearing socks keeps the feet dry and prevents conditions such as athlete's foot. Going sockless can result in conditions such as blisters or sores on the foot. Also, odor can develop if you don't wear socks, since your feet have a lot of sweat glands.

Should you wear socks around the house? ›

You can partially clean your home just by walking around

Whether you've got carpeted or solid floors, the static electricity from the socks interacting with the floor help pick up some of this material. Thousands of dust mites can live off a small bit of dust and can cause mild to serious health problems.

Does walking barefoot strengthen your feet? ›

Walking barefoot may also help improve the strength and flexibility of the muscles and ligaments of the foot improving the function of the feet ultimately reducing injuries of the feet and improving posture and balance of the body. Dr.

Should you wear sneakers all day? ›

Don't wear them all day; slip into them only for your exercise time. If you keep them on your feet, they get more wear and they have longer exposure to foot moisture and bacteria, which will break them down faster. Air out your shoes between uses.

Do podiatrists recommend going barefoot? ›

What are the benefits? Most Podiatrists would agree that some time bare foot is great for airing out your feet to keep them healthy. Another benefit is that your feet can become stronger when walking on different surfaces, thus reducing your risk of injury.

Should humans be barefoot? ›

Dr. Cunha says there are some benefits to being barefoot, including added circulation and decreased inflammation. "Walking barefoot may also help improve the strength and flexibility of the muscles and ligaments of the foot, improving the function of the feet and improving posture and balance of the body," he says.

What happens if you don't wear shoes for a long time? ›

Not wearing shoes puts increased stress on the ligaments, tendons and around the ball of the foot, which need support and cushioning. "Without proper shoes and arch support," says Dr. Weissman, "people are more likely to strain their arch, leading to plantar fasciitis.

Are Nike good for your feet? ›

Known for their quality, comfort, support, and cushioning, Nike shoes have long been a popular favorite among athletes and fitness enthusiasts. Many of their options boast responsive midsoles, supportive heel counters, and breathable fabrics, making them good choices for comfortable walking shoes.

Can shoes cause health problems? ›

Wearing the wrong shoe can exacerbate existing problems such as pain or arthritis in your hips, knees, ankles or feet. Even a short duration in the wrong shoes can cause stress and pain to your bones and joints, and the soft tissues that support them.

What are the worst shoes for your knees? ›

The worst kinds of shoes for your knees

It's best to limit or completely avoid wearing shoes like stilettos and other types of high heels. What's more, even pumps and shoes with a slightly elevated heel can cause damage to your joints. Do you wear shoes with 1.5 inch heel? They can still put strain on your feet.

Are pointy shoes bad for feet? ›

These beauties can cause some of the same injuries as high heels -- even more so when the shoe is both high and pointy. "In addition to metatarsalgia and hammer toes, pointy-toed shoes can cause neuroma, an inflammation of the nerve between the toes," Shapiro says.

Is vans good for your feet? ›

Yes. Vans shoes offer great support with a comfortable fit all day long. The ultimate combination of function and style, they are ideal for walking due to a sturdy rubber sole and flexible canvas construction.

Is Nike better or Adidas? ›

Nike and adidas are the two biggest sportswear companies. Nike's scale is a big advantage, adidas doesn't even come close. adidas looks cheaper than Nike and has been a better growth story, but there is a reason for Nike's high valuation. Nike is better managed than adidas and has a stronger brand.

Should you wear sneakers every day? ›

Stability, motion control and cushion running shoes can be worn every day. If they are your size, and are comfortable, there is no specific reason why you can't use them daily. However, there are downsides to wearing your running shoes on a daily basis. The more miles you cover, the quicker your shoes will wear out.

Why you should not wear shoes in the house? ›

According to the experts, about one-third of the matter building up inside your home comes from outside, much of it being tracked in on the soles of our shoes. And on those shoes, they have found “a high prevalence of microbiological pathogens”.

What happens if you wear your shoes all the time? ›

“The repetitive stress of walking and wearing the same shoes everyday, all day, can inflame ligaments, tendons, fascia and even cause pain, injury and stress fractures,” says Dr.

Can shoes damage your nerves? ›

Pinching of the nerves from tight shoes or repetitive stress can cause irritation and damage to the nerves that run towards the toes. In some cases the nerves can be damaged by trauma.

What kind of shoes should I wear for knee pain? ›

In general, look for shoes that are flexible. Heiderscheit recommends that you pick up a shoe and flex the toe toward the laces. A good walking shoe should flex easily. A shoe that's hard to bend will restrict your foot, change your stride, and worsen knee pain.

What kind of shoes should I wear if I have arthritis in my toes? ›

There's a host of shoe manufacturers known for being an especially good fit for people who have arthritis. Clark's, Vionic, Orthofeet, and Klogs are some of the brands both recommended by members the CreakyJoints community and approved by the foot experts we talked to. Mephisto, Drew, and Ecco are other good options.

Is barefoot Better for knees? ›

Some research has found that walking barefoot alleviates common signs and symptoms associated with osteoarthritis, including pain along the medial aspect of the knee. In addition, increased sensory input from exposed skin of the feet may improve proprioception and reduce pain.

Are Birkenstocks bad for your feet? ›

"Even though your jaw may drop when you see a friend walk into a party with Birkenstocks on, they're actually good for your feet. They provide good shock absorption and arch support.

Are flip-flops bad for your feet? ›

Your toes tend to over-grip when you wear flip flops, because the thin straps don't securely hold your shoes in place. This over-gripping, along with a lack of arch support, can lead to inflammation in the plantar fascia ligament along the bottom side of your foot.

Why are square toe shoes bad? ›

Square toed shoes cater for broad forefeet but are a poor fit for men with narrow ankles. An overly wide fitting shoe for these men will be very sloppy, resulting in the feet popping out at every step.

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