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The majority of individuals have an Egyptian toe alignment, characterized by a gradual decrease in toe length with the big toe being the longest. Optimal footwear for the Egyptian foot shape should provide sufficient room for the big toe, along with overall width to prevent compression.


Individuals with a Roman foot shape typically exhibit a harmonious length among the first three toes, while the remaining two toes are shorter. This foot structure is characterized by a robust, square or rounded forefoot, necessitating ample space in the toe area of footwear. Styles featuring square, round, oblique, or egg-shaped toes all serve as suitable options.


The Greek foot, also known as Morton's toe, features a second toe longer than the big toe, followed by a descending length pattern. Those with a Greek foot shape can opt for pointed shoes, as this design allows ample space for the toes.