Barefoot shoes do not have arch support for a specific reason. These shoes are designed to promote natural foot mechanics and strengthen the muscles of the feet and arches. By omitting arch support, barefoot shoes allow the arches to work dynamically and develop strength on their own. This can lead to better foot function and improved overall stability. However, it’s important to note that not everyone may benefit from this approach. Individuals with certain foot conditions or specific needs may require arch support for optimal comfort and function. It’s advisable to consult with a physiotherapist who can assess your individual situation and provide personalized recommendations for your footwear choices.