Perfeet Comfort

Comfortable Shoes for your Lifestyle

Contact Us

  • [email protected]
  • (740) 447-9047
  • 1002 E State St #9, Athens, OH 45701
  • Monday-Thursday: 10AM to 7PM
  • Friday-Saturday: 10AM to 8PM
  • Sunday: Closed

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About Us

We are a family-owned Sit-To-Fit shoe store primarily focused on carrying various brands of good quality footwear for your needs. Every shoe on this website will have various levels of arch support.
Every one of our customers are important to us and we will make sure you are completely happy with your purchase from us.

Family Owned & Operated

Shop knowing that you are buying from an independent, locally owned business rather than a national chain. Several studies have shown that when you buy from local, significantly more of your money is used to make purchases from other local businesses, service providers and farms — continuing to strengthen the economic base of the community. We at PerFeet take pride in providing our family service to you.

Medically Recommended

Comfort is in the name, and those in the highest need shoes that are as comfortable as they are functional are the individuals sent to us through doctors both local and regional. Combining our expertise with the trust of podiatrists throughout the region, we are able to provide a product that can make walking a comfortable and enjoyable experience

Honesty & passion

Our brand has been built on the idea that we only sell products that we believe will improve your daily life. We have a passion for making foot, back, and leg pain an afterthought for our customers. If a product does not work for you, we proudly honor our refund policy posted on every receipt. Let us help you achieve comfort and shop without worry.

Expertise in Comfort

Our family has been in the shoe business for many years, and as such has developed and expertise through conferences, meetings with regional and national podiatrists, and research provided in medical journals. We are always studying so we can provide our customers with the most innovative products in comfort.

Have Pain?

The majority of these conditions are usually a direct result of foot problems or improper footwear. We only carry the highest quality of footwear that promotes healthy feet. Not every foot is the same; therefore, we carry a wide variety of different arch supports to accommodate your needs.


Education Center

Is a common condition in which weight bearing on the heel causes extreme discomfort. There are two different categories of heel pain. The first is caused by over-use repetitive stress which refers to a soreness resulting rom too much impact on a specific area of the foot. Plantar Fasciitis, a very common diagnosis of heel pain, is usually caused from a biomechanical problem, such as over-pronation (flat feet).

Treatment – To properly treat heel pain, you must absorb shock, provide cushioning and elevate the heel to transfer pressure. This can be accomplished with a heel cup, visco heel cradle, or an orthotic.

Symptoms of this condition include sharp pain, burning, and even a lack of feeling in the affected area. Morton’s Neuroma may also cause numbness, tingling, or cramping in the forefoot.

Treatment – The first step in treating Morton’s Neuroma is to select proper footwear. Footwear with a high and wide toe box (toe area) is ideal for treating and relieving the pain. The next step in treatment is to use an orthotic designed with a metatarsal pad.

The heel bone is the largest bone in the foot and absorbs the most amount of shock and pressure. A heel spur develops as an abnormal growth of the heel bone. Calcium deposits form when the plantar fascia pulls away from the heel area, causing a bony protrusion, or heel spur to develop.

Treatment – The key for the proper treatment of heel spurs is determining what is causing the excessive stretching of the plantar fascia. When the cause is over-pronation (flat feet), an orthotic with rearfoot posting and longitudinal arch support is an effective device to reduce the over-pronation, and allow the condition to heal. Other common treatments include stretching exercises, losing weight, wearing shoes that have a cushioned heel that absorbs shock, and elevating the heel with the use of a heel cradle, heel cup, or orthotic.

General term used to denote a painful foot condition in the metatarsal region of the foot (the area just before the toes, more commonly referred to as the ball-of-the-foot). This is a common foot disorder that can affect the bones and joints at the ball-of-the-foot.

Treatment – The first step in treating metatarsalgia is to determine the cause of the pain. If improper fitting footwear is the cause of the pain, the footwear must be changed. Footwear designed with a high, wide toe box (toe area) and a rocker sole is ideal for treating metatarsalgia. The high, wide toe box allows the foot to spread out while the rocker sole reduces stress on the ball-of-the-foot.

Is a common bio-mechanical problem that occurs in the walking process when a person’s arch collapses upon weight bearing. This motion can cause extreme stress or inflammation on the plantar fascia, potentially causing severe discomfort and leading to other foot problems.

Treatment – Over-Pronation can be treated conservatively (non-surgical treatments) with over-the-counter orthotics. These orthotics should be designed with appropriate arch support and medial rearfoot posting to prevent the over-pronation. Footwear should also be examined to ensure there is a proper fit. Footwear with a firm heel counter is often recommended for extra support and stability. Improperly fitting footwear can lead to additional foot problems.