Can I Wear Barefoot Shoes If I have High Arches?

Like with flat feet, there is a commonly held belief in foot care that high arches must be supported. But foot function is a much bigger indicator of success than the height of your arch. High arches might be an indicator that your foot is not mobile, and therefore might benefit from the flexibility of barefoot shoes. As long as there is no pain, dysfunction, or underlying pathologies, then both kids and adults can wear barefoot shoes even with high arches.

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