It’s absolutely necessary that you learn about your own foot before you make a purchase. As Dr. Archer says, “a swooping generalization can’t be made” for all feet, so make sure you get yourself checked out if you’re experiencing pain. ”The higher the heel, the more severe the slope of the mid-foot, the greater extension of the big toe, the more load going thru the ball of foot, then the heavier the more load is place on the forefoot,” Dr. Archer warns. So do your research on your own foot, and read up on shoes that are good for you. Everlane is known for their shoes, and this heel is raved about in over four hundred reviews.