Look for sandals with adjustable straps
Sandals and slippers with adjustable straps like FitVille Women's Recovery Winter Slipper allow you to customize the fit to your foot.
Choose sandals with a wide toe box
A wide toe box will provide more space for toes to spread, reducing the risk of blisters or other discomfort. Look for sandals with a wider front or opened toe box like FitVille Women's Arch Rebound Recovery Sandals.
Avoid sandals with a narrow or pointed toe box
Sandals with a narrow or pointed toe box can squeeze your toes together, causing pain and discomfort. Avoid sandals that are too narrow or have a pointed toe.
Consider the material
Look for sandals made of materials that are flexible enough and can stretch to accommodate your foot. Avoid sandals made of stiff materials, as they may not be able to mold to your foot shape.
Look for sandals with cushioned footbeds
A cushioned footbed will provide more support for your foot. Look for sandals with a insole that is padded or has arch support like FitVille Women's Casual BreezeKnit Mary Jane V2.