debracooperquinn, that's a great question! There are some brands specifically designed for braces, like Kizik and Orthofeet. Some of the tips I came across for making 'regular' shoes adaptable, is to go up a size and/or width to accommodate a brace, consider velcro (or zippers) over laces, and to consider high top shoe for added stability. And here's s a conversation from our forums on the topic of good shoe choices for AFO braces that I thought you might find interesting -- https://multiplesclerosis.net/forums/shoes-for-hinged-afo-brace. And, while I am not endorsing this site, perse, Zappos does has an adaptive section that may be helpful -- https://www.zappos.com/c/adaptive. I hope these tips give you a place to start. Good luck finding the best shoe for you and your needs! Best, Erin, MultipleSclerosis.net Team member.