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what to do to keep the arch of my dress shoes when my feet don't have high arc to properly fill it

navetsea

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so, I MTO-ed my first dress shoes, since next november my brother would have his wedding...
I kind of liking wholecut's simplicity, it looks sleek....WHEN NEW.

the thing is I'm a flat footed, so I'm afraid it would distort the shape of the shoe in no time since it has no seams or panels to support its shape, what should I do? should I add inlay pad, or is there something to stuff under the shoe tongue to keep it's shape while being worn?
I don't mind natural creases on the metatarsal area of the foot its natural and inevitable, but
I'm sure I would hate any creases around the laces holes, since I have no foot arch to properly fill it.
 

devilish

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Superfeet have an arch support specifically designed for dress shoes. It is not full length so doesn't alter the size like a full insole does. Comes with little stick on velcro pads to keep them in place but I've never had a problem with them moving even without these.
 

Seb Lucas

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Orthotics. It's a whole science. They make insoles for shoes for flat footed people or people with other foot issues. You can probably get some basic insoles pre-made too from pharmacies.
 

Willybob

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