Too long for a comment, but perhaps not really an answer:
The science of shoes is not as advanced as you might expect, and certainly not for martial arts. For running, which is practiced much more widely than martial arts, it's not clear that decades of shoe development has improved matters, especially in terms of injuries. "Normal" shoes change the way people run, usually with heel striking (weight comes down first on heel when running) instead of mid-foot or forefoot striking. It's not clear that cushioning and support added to shoes improve injuries overall because the body develops differently under the changed forces, which may end up leading to more injuries. It was very surprising to me that this question remains rather open for running, and you can expect activities like martial arts are less understood.
It's not clear to me what it means to give more forefoot support, or whether that is something you would want anyway given the above context. What kind of shoe does not give forefoot support?
If you are satisfied with the results of wearing your current walking shoes, then I am still less sure what you are asking. Are you just looking for shoes with no arches? There is currently a market for minimalist shoes that do not have arch support.
As the body ages, it takes longer to recover and cannot tolerate the same physical punishment as when you were younger. You have not indicated at all what you are kicking; if you are solid surfaces like walls or tree trunks you should switch to something with some give.