Low Arch

The Flat Foot has a very low arch and leaves nearly a complete imprint of the entire foot.


When a low arch makes contact with the ground, it flattens out and rolls inward with each stride, it is known as excessive pronation or flat feet. This type of foot is prone to injuries without proper support.

What to Buy:

    • You will probably need a running show that maintains your stability. Look for the words  “motion control” and “stability” on the box of running shoes you are considering.
    • Some flat footed runners also need to wear orthotic.

Examples Include: (click on the links below to purchase through Walk Rite)