If you’re anything like me, you’ve likely walked around in a pair of sloppy shoes for the majority of your life… which is why you you’re paying the price! It’s true that shoes that don’t fit properly could cause permanent damage to our feet; we knew it then too, but we still did it and wore platforms, stilettos, and else that was trendy. The fact is, whatever might go wrong with feet was certainly not going to occur to our feet.
We’ve come to realize that the importance of comfort, which is often greater than style . We can still have very stylish feet but, being over 50, we’ve picked up some tricks to improve our comfort as well.
Shoes that are comfortable for you include those which are the most comfortable for you and let you walk without pain and without tilt (the more pronounced the heel, the higher the tilt and the more likely you will experience low discomfort in your back.) It’s unlikely you will find a fashionable shoe that has an arch that is shaped inside Skechers Diabetic Shoes. However, If you find one, and you are a fan, you should buy two pairs!
Remember that leather is the most comfortable and durable material. Shoes lined with leather always have more give and will last longer. And they also have the benefit of being molded to your foot.
Here are 10 strategies to help put an impressive foot in the door:
- Wear appropriate, supportive, and fitted footwear.
- Be sure that the shoe is solid sole and a comfortable upper
- Apply foot balm each night… with or without socks
- Cut straight your toenails, and file with downward strokes.
- Find a good Podiatrist/Chiropodist
- Walk! It’s good for your feet, legs and back. It’s also great for your heart…
- Don’t wear knee-high stockings, socks or garters that are too tight. It’s hazardous to your circulation!
- Cut corns yourself
- Shave calluses; go to a chiropodist/podiatrist
- Wear bare feet particularly at home
And finally, a few suggestions for shopping for shoes. And you thought you knew everything you needed to know!
- Shop for shoes in the evening or in the afternoon, in the time your feet are getting swollen. This will help you purchase the correct size.
- Make sure to try on bothshoes and move around a bit.
- You can forget about your “break-in” stage for shoes. This may be effective with horses. But it will not work for you.
- Find shoes that are comfortable today.
- Always experiment with different styles, colours, and brands.
- Always buy the pair that you test-fit-not another pair in the shop. As with everything else sizes, and they differ from one pair to the next.