About

“What We Do”

  • Here at footTech our main goal is to make sure you, our client, receive the correct pair of shoes every time.
  • To fit your foot based on your needs. We customize our products to suit your specific needs.
  • Our goal is to provide true customer service in finding the right shoes for you.
  • We pay attention to the little details, to make you more comfortable.

“Questions We Ask”

  • How much running or training are you doing, or intend to do?
  • What shoes are being used at present?
  • What injuries do you have? Is anything hurting?
  • If so, how far into the run or activity do they occur?
  • What type of work do you do? What type of shoes do you wear to work?

*If you’re a walker or active person we apply the same principle to your needs

“We Specialize In…”

  • Properly fitted shoes
  • Relief from Plantar Fasciitis
  • Relief from sore feet
  • Personalized care
  • Helping you to “Run Happy”

10 thoughts on “About

  1. Do you do Pedicures for people that are diabetic if yes how much and do you gift certificates. If you don’t who do you recommend

    Thanks
    Donna

    • Absloutly! footTech Spa does regular manicures and diabetic pedicures. They do sell Gift Certificates. Their number is 799-1161

    • We have a variety of insoles that can be used for athletic footwear. We have the heat moldable that can be customized as well.

  2. I am currently in a walking boot and I am wondering if you carry a product called even up or even out. It is supposed to fit on the shoe of the other foot to make them the same height.

    • Tiffany,

      We have heel lifts that will correct discrepancies up to 3/8th’s of an inch and can be altered in 1/4″ increments.
      Typically anything over that would require an actual adjustment to the shoe its self. For more information give us a call at 806-799-1122.

      Angie Wilkins

  3. I need a good pair of court shoes for pickle ball. Do you carry these? Should I bring my old shoes and orthopedic inserts in?

    • Melinda,
      We do not carry court shoes. If you wear insert I would look for the Asics Gel-Resolution. It seems to accommodate orthotics fairly well.

      Angie Wilkins

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