Diabetes can cause dozens of foot problems, including diabetic peripheral neuropathy, poor blood circulation, and an increased risk of infection. That's why it's so important to choose the right shoes if you have diabetes. Here are some key features to look for in diabetic shoes 


Proper Fit

Diabetic shoes should fit comfortably without rubbing your feet and toes. Look for shoes with the cushioning and support you needed.


Roomy Toe Box

Shoes with a roomy toe box like FitVille Men's EasyTop Diabetic Shoes can help prevent pressure and rubbing on the toes, which can lead to blisters and calluses. Make sure your toes have plenty of space to wiggle around.


Breathable Material

Shoes made from breathable materials like FitVille Men's BriskWalk Recovery Slip-On Shoes can help keep your feet cool and dry. This can reduce the risk of bacteria growth.


Non-Slip Sole

A slip resistant outsole can help prevent slipping and provide extra stability for those with neuropathy or balance issues.


Adjustable Straps

Diabetic shoes with adjustable straps like FitVille Men's EasyTop Wings V2 can help ensure a comfortable fit for people with swelling or other foot problems.