Can I wear Nike shoes with flat feet?

The Air Zoom Structure is one of Nike’s most cushioned running shoes, designed to provide support and a secure fit for runners with flat feet. The Zoom Air unit is designed to provide maximum energy return, while a foam midsole keeps your foot properly cushioned as you run.

What running shoes are best for flat feet?

Look for a well-cushioned arch. A padded arch, support under the forefoot, and a strong heel can help hold the foot in place while you run or walk. Consider a wide toe box. Jog around in any potential shoes before you buy. Add an orthotic insert. Try stability shoes.

Do Nike sneakers have arch support?

With key features like breathable mesh uppers, extra cushioning through the heel, and arch support, Nike sneakers are designed to provide the kind of comfort and stability that you need on long walks.

Does Nike Pegasus have arch support?

There is little arch support, and generally, the shoe feels flat across the sole. The Pegasus 39 is ready for speed thanks to Nike’s performance upper and firm, responsive design. Breathability is about average compared to the other models we tested.

Do I need special running shoes flat feet?

Stability shoes are typically the best choice for runners with medium arches because they deliver more arch support and cushioning than a neutral shoe would. If you have low arches or flat feet, motion control shoes will give you the most amount of stability needed to minimize arch flex and inward ankle rolling.

Should I run if I have flat feet?

As we noted before, having flat feet doesn’t mean you need to stop running. But if flat feet are causing problems (or are likely to cause them), it’s best to take preventative action. Your running shoes will undoubtedly be a key in reducing your injury risk.