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CHOOSING SHOES THAT ARE COMFORTABLE NOT FASHIONABLE

Updated on January 16, 2010

COMFORTABLE SHOES

CHOOSING SHOES THAT ARE COMFORTABLE NOT FASHIONABLE Our feet is a very important part of our body. It is what transport us throughout our day. The type of shoes we wear play a big role in how our feet feel on a daily basis. Choosing a good shoe is a process, where one must choose wisely, why because, not only will it have an affect on the way we walk, but it also will have an affect on our attitude throughout the day.

 WHAT DETERMINES A GOOD SHOE

 Knowing your feet determines a good shoe, In the middle of our feet, we have what is called an arch, knowing whether you have a low arch, a high arch or a medium arch also play a major role in determining a good shoe. If you are unsure of which arch you have. When shopping for shoes, you can always ask the person working in the shoe department for help when trying on different shoes, or you can schedule an appointment with a Podiatrist, who will be sure to know what's the best type of shoe for you. I know it can be hard passing up shoes that are great looking, but it's more to shoes than looks. Comfort and support is what we should be focused on, when choosing good shoes.

WHEN DO YOU NEED NEW SHOES You know you need new shoes when your shoes are leaning in one or the other direction, or the bottoms of your shoes are worn with cracks, and holes in them. A person really don't know the damage that they are causing to their feet when wearing shoes that are very badly worn down, this can cause hurt and injury to your feet. According to podiatrist, bunions, arthritis, and gout come about from wearing the wrong type of shoes. Shoes should be comfortable not fashionable, so let us examine our shoes, to make sure that they are not worn,or cracked. Choosing the right shoes should be a positive experience, because comfort comes before fashion.

Shoes Feet and Comfort

Check out the Arch
Check out the Arch
old Worn Shoes
old Worn Shoes
New Shoes
New Shoes
Feet comfort
Feet comfort
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Old vs. New

Old Shoes vs. Comfort

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