A wide toe box isn’t just for wide feet. A wide shoe gives you room throughout the entire width of the shoe whereas a wide toe box provides extra room around the front of your foot, providing mobility and comfort to the forefoot and toes. When the toe box is too narrow and your foot conforms to the shape of your shoe over the years, it can lead to other issues like bunions or even compensation elsewhere in the body which can lead to overpronation, ankle, knee, and back problems.
A wide toe box shoe offers a great fit for your foot and ensures a comfort fit for the toes and adequate room to avoid pain.
Most shoes are designed with little-to-no room in the toe box, but Drew’s wide toe box shoes are designed to give your feet the freedom, comfort, and support you need. If you’re dealing with bunions, ball-of-foot or toe pain, or other foot conditions, a well-fitting shoe with a wide toe box may be the answer.
Drew wide toe box shoes come with our Plus Fitting System® that gives you not one, but two removable insoles for added and double depth along with superior construction for a shoe that keeps you comfortable and on your feet all day long.