I need good shoes for bunions. Are there such shoes?

Straight last Shoe. In general, try a straight last shoe with a rigid counter and soft, seamless, supple, stretchable upper.
Yes. Orthopedic shoe store.
Wide Toe Box. I recommend that patients with bunions choose shoes that are wide in the toe box to accommodate the deformity.
Yes. Look for an orthopedic shoe store in your area. A shoe with a wider toe box and stiffer sole along with good arch support usually works best. Improving foot function can slow down the progression of the deformity. Dr l.
Yes. Apex makes them.Check at a orthopedic shoe store.