Why don’t Wildlings provide support for the arch of the feet? 

No support (and weakening) of the arch of the foot
When you look at pictures of Roman ruins, one thing stands out. Which parts of the construction have generally withstood the test of time? Exactly, the arches! Arches were and are still used in architecture and statics for load-bearing purposes.

The same applies to the arches of our feet. They are a perfect weight and shock absorbing mechanism.

To preserve the function of our foot arches, their range of movement should not be restricted. That’s why Wildling shoes do not have a footbed or any kind of support, so the arches of the feet can bend and stretch, making them stronger and more stable every day.

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