We find that most people, even those with wider feet, can fit into our flip flops without issue once they adjust the straps and toe pole to suit their feet. Most customers have to stretch the toe pole and strap with their hands no matter their foot width.
If you have wide feet, it’s quite normal to have a slight overhang on the outside of your feet as seen below.
While the foot may overhang to some extent in people with wide feet, it is quite rare that we cannot fit Archies Flip Flops to someone's feet, no matter how wide they are.
Even in the case that you have a bunion that overhangs, this is ok — the most important thing is that the flip flop is comfortable, and the orthotic sits in the correct position on the foot.
Archies Flip Flops should “fit like a glove” with very little space in front of your toes and behind your heels. This will ensure that the arch support is in the correct position on the foot.
Please remember, if the strap and or toe pole is too tight and stopping you from getting your foot all the way in, just stretch it with your hands until it fits perfectly. To find out the best way to stretch the strap, read: How to stretch the strap on Archies Flip Flops
We offer 100% free exchanges for size, so if you need to exchange the size, the easiest way to do this is to use our returns portal: Archies Footwear Returns Portal