That is exactly the reason why my feet are vulnerable to those shoes in the first place. Almost two years ago, in early spring, I twisted my ankle skipping home from a very eroded rock I had just failed to climb. You'd think it's the rock that would have hurt me. I can hardly make sense of what happened. I climbed down from the rock, went to hop over the soft, shallow ditch next to it, and apparently that is the moment in which the shoe landed on an angle. My ankle twisted, I suppose my reflexes bounced it back, then I did a bellyflop on the nearby pavement, scraped my knees, ruined my new pants which I had been looking for for several months before I bought them, and ended up with a bad foot that may never heal properly.
I'd be better off with cheap, trendy flats than with this sensible looking shoe that is built like a rice bowl. No support is better than wrong support.