The At-Home Test to Find Out Your Foot Type

Are you buying the right sneakers for your feet? Find out here!

The At-Home Test to Find Out Your Foot Type

By Toni Gasparis

Do your feet hurt after wearing your sneakers? It could be because you are wearing the wrong shoes for your feet. The type of foot you have--flat, normal, or high arch--determines the type of sneakers you should buy. Take this quick and easy at-home test to figure out your foot shape so you can tell the sales associate next time you are buying running shoes.


Flat Foot

If your imprint looks like the picture above you have little to no arch in your foot and are considered flat footed. This means when buying sneakers you need more stability in your shoe to compensate for your lack of an arch.

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