How to select your suitable casual shoes
1.Be sure to measure and try on, don’t use the size of the shoes you bought before to infer, the size of the feet will change.
2.Don’t be fooled by the size number, whether it is British size, continental-size or American size (also divided into men and women), the size of the size will be affected by the standards and design of the shoe factory, it is best to try on several adjacent sizes.
3.Buy shoes at night! At night, human feet swell slightly, just like when walking on a mountain.
4.Try slowly and don’t be too impatient to make a decision. Prepare for two and a half days to buy a good pair of shoes, try as many different brands and shoes as possible.
5.Bring your socks, preferably with matching hiking shoes
6.After tying the laces, move your toes to see if you can touch the front wall. After wearing new shoes for a long time, the width and thickness may be slightly increased, but the length will never increase. Too little shoes will often hit the toes and nails.
7.When trying on, try walking with the shoes, on the one hand, to make the leather or fibre of the new shoes more elastic, and on the other hand, to test whether there are uncomfortable parts
8.Buy shoes that fit the purpose, but don’t think of a pair of shoes for all uses. Don’t just buy a pair of special shoes for a particular trip.
9.Grasp the feeling of the feet, pick the most comfortable pair, try all shoes with that pair of standards, and only one person knows which pair of shoes is best for you, yourself.
10. The heel height of the shoes should be appropriate. A heel of 2 to 3 cm can make the arch more reasonable. It can bring people’s hips forward, the abdomen is tightened, and their chests are raised, making them look straight and energetic. Flat shoes make people’s centre of gravity too far behind. When walking, the heel hits the ground, and the vibration can be transmitted to the brain. An excessively high heel will increase the toes and metatarsals and will be squeezed, which will increase the stress on the ankle and knee.
11. The tightness of the shoes must be appropriate. Over-tight shoes will crush the feet and cause gluttonous valgus, with corns and lumps appearing on the soles of the feet. Over-loose shoes can cause heedlessness, excessive strain on the soles, and abrasion and pain. Generally speaking, fitted shoes do not press the back of the foot, there is about a thumb space in the front of the shoes, the front foot must have some room for swing, and the heel cannot swing, and there is no friction between the heel and the upper. Moreover, the size of each person’s feet is not the same. When trying shoes, you should focus on the comfort of the large feet. Be sure to stand up and take a few steps to see if both shoes follow the feet. It is worth noting that parents must not allow children to wear tight shoes. Otherwise the children’s toys will be crushed and deformed. Leave a little space when buying shoes for your child, and change your shoes in time when your feet grow up.
12, the material used for shoes should pay attention to ventilation. The breathable material not only does not cover your feet and is comfortable, but also does not quickly get athlete’s foot. Some shoes are less breathable, especially the soles, which, despite being healthy, have their feet inside like a sauna. A good pair of shoes is more important than a BMW to the Cavaliers. For people who stand for more than 9 hours a day, feet are the hardest, and a pair of comfortable shoes should not be better. 13, choose shoes for the elderly.
13.Older people who have lost their flexibility and cannot tie their shoes should choose shoes with elastic bands at the mouth. Besides, an extended shoehorn is purchased so that the elderly can pull out the heel without bending over. For the elderly who have painful foot injuries, it is best to customize the shoes and use special polyethene foam shoe plugs to shape the pain, which can alleviate the pain and prevent the damage from aggravating. The elderly with calcaneus spurs can be equipped with the heel. Hollow insoles reduce stress around bone spurs and relieve pain.