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Fashion inclusivity does not begin and end with apparel. Good American, the denim brand founded by Khloe Kardashian and Emma Grede, is known for its size-inclusive styles (ranging from sizes 00-24). Recently expanding into activewear, bodysuits and swim, Good American is debuting a brand new category with the launch of their first-ever shoe collection.
“As women’s bodies changed over time, the industry’s sizing metric did not keep up, resulting in a system that no longer represents the modern woman,” the brand explained in a statement. “The average woman’s shoe size has increased to a size 9 (from a 7-8.5) and 30 percent of all women wear larger than a size 10.5 shoe, yet there are very limited options available in larger sizes or varied widths, which many women don’t realize they need.”
For the past two years, Good American invested a significant amount of time, research and fit testing to understand the gap in the footwear market. The result? An inclusive shoe collection featuring classic silhouettes including heels, slingbacks, sandals, flats and boots. The best part? All styles are available in sizes 4-14. The sizing also extends widths in feet, calves and thighs.
“The brand addressed fit from every angle to create 72 unique sizing variables ensuring all women have access to quality shoes that fit,” Good American said. Each style also offers an ultra-comfortable, proprietary Cloud Sole with an ergonomically design.
Below, check out some of the chicest styles and view the entire collection here.
Shop: Good American Square Toe Sandal, $149
Shop: Good American Bombshell Bootie, $245
Shop: Good American Statement Flat, $139
Shop: Good American Suede Square Toe Sandal, $169
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