I’ve actually been meaning to tackle this topic for some time, as several of you have mentioned that you need shoes that can accommodate orthotics or inserts. Reader MJ reminded me again in comments on this post. So while it was fresh in my mind, I did some research.
Now, everyone has their own definition of “stylish,” and the selection of shoes with removable insoles does tend to skew more casual. But I tried to stick with options that aren’t too dowdy or generic.
Stylish shoes with removable insoles
If you’re a Sneaker Gal, that’s definitely where the largest selection is. These from Vionic are on-trend, and offered in several color combos.
Many of you have mentioned that you are fans of ECCO sneakers. These have a more classic look (other color combos available too).
I’m a fan of versatile metallic shoes. These from Pikolinos could pass for an oxford, and dress up or down.
I know these leopard print “baskets” aren’t everyone’s cup of Darjeeling, but I think they’re fun and different.
These have a very similar look to the pair from Vince I purchased recently with the added bonus of removable insoles.
Moving on to loafers, here’s one from ECCO with a modern lug sole.
Here’s a sleek slip-on that’s available in N, W and WW widths.
And a classic loafer that can be dressed up or down, also available in Wide widths. (And it’s currently on sale!)
Naot is another brand that often features styles with removable insoles. I think this simple little ankle boot has a nice look.
And yes, there are even some options in knee boots. This classic riding boot from Børn is offered in black and dark brown. (Also on sale!)
I didn’t see many dressier styles that I’d recommend, but if you’re OK with a ballet flat, these might do the trick (more colors available).
These brands often have removable insoles:
Sale alert 🚨 While they don’t usually have removable insoles, I wanted to give you a heads-up that Aquatalia is having a Valentine’s Day event, with 40% off sitewide!! Use code LOVE40.
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