1 · Egyptian Foot
This foot type has a long first toe and the rest of the toes taper. The width tends to be narrow to medium.
Suggestion: Be sure to protect that big toe- it bears weight without help from the other toes. Use an Oval Cushion and/or a Dynamic Boxliner as well. Find the perfect cabin shoes for this type of foot here.
2 · Roman Foot
This foot type has at least three toes the same length (sometimes more) and the toes tend to be short. It tends to be well-suited for pointework. The width tends to be medium to wide.
Suggestion: Regular (not Deep) vamps often flatter this foot type. Find the perfect airline shoes for this type of foot here.
3 · Greek Foot
This foot type has a second toe that is longer than all the others. The width tends to be narrow to medium.
Suggestion: Use a Crescent Cushion to help prevent a hammer toe and to relieve pressure from the second toe. Find the perfect cabin crew shoes here.