The right shoes help keep your feet healthy, make your body activities easier, and help protect your body from harm. If you choose a shoe that fits you well, then according to the type of activity, is suitable for any problem with your feet, and helps to protect your legs, feet, and joints, then you will be more comfortable.
Benefits of right shoes
Buffer Foot – The sole is the main part of the shoe that provides cushioning. Surprisingly, the shoes don’t reduce the force that passed through the body; instead they increase the time of exertion, so the body has time to adapt.
Support feet – Your shoes help alignment of your feet when your feet touch the ground.
Feel very comfortable – Your shoes should feel comfortable when first worn.
Steps to select the right shoes
Step 1: Wait until the afternoon to buy shoes – your feet will naturally swell during the day and will swell in hot weather.
Step 2: Wear the same type of socks you are going to wear.
Step 3: Have the salesperson measure your feet – and measure each time you buy a new shoe. If one foot is larger or wider than the other, purchase a size that fits the larger foot.
Step 4: Standing in the shoes. Make sure there is at least a quarter to a half inch of space between the longest toe and the end of the shoe.
Step 5: Put on your shoes to determine how they feel. Is there enough space on the foot? Is the heel fit comfortably, or is it pinched or slipped? Don’t buy shoes that prima-facie look fancy or if the salesperson says, they will extend over time. Find shoes that are perfect fit from the start.
Step 6: Believe in your comfort level rather than the size or description of the shoe. Dimensions vary from brand to brand. Regardless of how comfortable the ad claims, you know who the better judge is.
Step 7: Feel the interior of the shoe with any labels, seams or other materials that may irritate the foot or cause blisters.
How wrong shoes affect?
If your shoes are not suitable for your activity, conditions or fitness for your weight or foot mechanics, it may increase your chances of injury. For example, beaches and roads have different sole and material requirements.
Wearing the wrong shoes can exacerbate existing problems such as pain or arthritis in the buttocks, knees, ankles or feet.
Even the wrong shoe worn for a short period of time can cause stress and pain to your bones and joints and the soft tissues that support them. For example, if you often stand at work for a long time, always buy heavily cushioned shoes.
Best Shoes for Business Woman, 2019
- Dansko Women’s Thea Ankle Strap Sandal ($1,999.00)
- Timberland Women’s Stratham HGTS Ankle-Strap Dress Sandal ($1,999.00)
- Giuseppe Zanotti Women’s I700011 Dress Sandal ($1,595.00)
- Giuseppe Zanotti Women’s Dress Sandal ($1,395.00)
- Aquazzura Tequila 105 Leather Sandal, 39.5, Pink ($999.99)
- Aquazzura Tequila 105 Metallic Leather Sandal, 39.5, Metallic ($999.99)
- Christian Louboutin Women’s 1190344BK01 Black Satin Sandals ($1,054.00)
- Ruthie Davis Women’s Marisa Gladiator Sandal ($158.92)
- Valentino Garavani Women’s RW2S0393VODN91 Black Leather Sandals ($958.00)
- Giuseppe Zanotti Women’s Dress Sandal ($906.87)
Your shoes will have a major impact on your walking style or gait. Movement of the foot in each step affects each and every part of the body. When you walk correctly, your heel is in contact with the ground first.
Then, the arch rolls a little inward, allowing the ball of the foot to then touch the big toe. Then the heel leaves the ground so you can push away from the sole of the foot and the big toe. So don’t take your shoe-buying easy. Some footwear, including high heels and flip-flops, are not suitable for activities.
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