Introduction: The human foot is an important static and dynamic part of motor organ. Changes that occur with age in shaping the feet causes worsening the quality of life, loss of mobility and increased risk of falls. The aim of this study was to assess changes in the women and men’s over 60’s feet shape parameters. Material and Methods: Seventy people (35 women and 35 men), aged between 60 and 90 years old, mean body height 167±5.6 cm, mean weight 78.1±12. kg participated in the study. The control group consisted of 70 people (35 women and 35 men) between the age of 20 and 25, mean body height 172±7,3 cm, mean body weight 70±8,4 kg. Non-invasive photogrammetric method based on the Moiré phenomenon has been used to evaluate the feet shape parameters. Results: Statistical analysis showed significant differences in the foot shape between men and women over sixty, compared to the control group for the majority of tested parameters. Analyzing the parameters between a group of men and women, statistically significant differences were found regarding the length (P:p=0.0000; L:p=0.0000) and the width of the foot (P:p=0.0017; L:p=0.0007). The other parameters do not show statistically significant differences. Conclusions: 1. The structure and the shape of a foot among men and women depends on age. 2. Changes in the foot shape among men and women over sixty, in most cases are not correlated with gender.