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Have Vans got reasonable arch support or are the flat like original Converse?

asked on 10 June 2018

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Nope, after several years of wearing Vans on a regular basis, my arches are starting to drop & I have plantar fasciitis in one of my heels. Don't get me wrong, atwoods, Old Schools & other Vans trainers are pretty good but if you're after arch support, you something with their comfycush technology
Kid Deadpool
· 02 May 2021
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Even the comfycush are a problem long term. No arch support, no heel cushioning. I'd recommend Atwood's with a decent insole.
Coffee Fueled Curmudgeon
· 22 May 2021
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These are flat on the inside, however I have found that the soft sole shapes itself slightly to your foot over time. Personally I am not a fan of converse for that reason so I was cautious to try these, now they're all I wear.
dorian sheridan
· 10 June 2018
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They are pretty flat. A bit more thick and tall from the classic model but still they are low cut
Yosef Drai
· 10 June 2018
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They are slightly padded but pretty much flat like converse , hope that helps .
Mrs C Lacey
· 10 June 2018
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Flat
Sean C
· 10 June 2018
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