Foot Conditions Share Tweet Pin Share Choosing shoes to protect diabetic feet is extremely important. There should be plenty of room in the toe box, and no rough edges or anything that can chafe the skin. Watch this surprising video about how many diabetics do not know they have the wrong sized shoes: Ideally, shoe stores could offer foot-measuring services. The smart thing to do would be to take your shoes to your podiatrist for an evaluation. Therapeutic Womens Shoes Orthofeet shoes offer the most comfortable fit and pain relief for those suffering from diabetes, plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, bunions, hammertoes, corns, Morton’s neuroma, and swollen feet and toes.Amazon.com Widgets More styles here: Men's Shoes Many more styles here: Soft leather upper with stretchable panels that shape to the contours of the foot for a comfortable, non-binding fit. Soft fabric lining with extra foam padding enhances comfort and protects the foot against irritations. Ortho-Step® multi-layer insole cradles the foot, providing customized support along with excellent shock absorption. It offers relief for heel pain and foot discomfort, making every step you take extremely comfortable. Wide, lightweight cushioning sole with Ergonomic-Stride construction enhances comfort and stability, and assists your body to propel. Anatomical design with added depth and a wide toe box ensures a relaxed fit and freedom for toe movement. Two sets of removable spacers (2 mm and 3 mm thick) allow the adjustment of the space inside the shoe for a perfect fit.