Most shoe styles are not designed with orthotic wearers in mind. It's difficult enough finding comfortable everyday shoe wear. Selecting shoes that fit both your foot and an orthotic appliance makes an involved process even more intricate.
Orthotic devices usually limit shoe selection options because of areas such as heel counters, vamps/throats or toe boxes. These shoe components often require elaborate modifications during the laboratory process as well.
Now you can select shoes that accommodate custom orthoses and have them sized together at the same time. Getting shoes with orthoses that are matched during fabrication will eliminate persistent searches for a better fit.