5 Simple and amazing tricks to make your shoes more comfortable
We love spending the day in the heights. That’s why we give you 5 simple and amazing tricks to make your shoes more comfortable.
Raise your hand that woman who has not finished taking off her high heels after several hours of wearing them; or one who has preferred to sit at a party in the garden. That’s right; more than one of us has experienced a similar situation.
Thinking about that, we put together 5 tips to make your shoes much more comfortable.
- SEEK THE CORRECT SUPPORT
- OF THE SHORT STEPS
- GIVE A BREAK AT YOUR FEET
- VERSIONS WITH BELTS
- NEVER COMPRESS A MODEL TOO MUCH TIGHTENED
- SEEK THE CORRECT SUPPORT: The first step is to choose wisely. Decide on models that have good support, this means that they have at least one centimeter between the sole of your foot and the floor. This reduces the impact on your knees and back, so it will be more comfortable to walk in those shoes. If you fell in love with a model that is not like that, buy gel pads to create a cushioned surface between your foot and the floor.
- OF THE SHORT STEPS: One of the best kept secrets to make your shoes more comfortable is to take short steps. Do not want to run or take great strides, because you could end up hurt. Also try to walk straight, think that someone was holding you like a puppet by means of a rope.
- GIVE A BREAK AT YOUR FEET: Yes, it’s complicated if you’re used to wearing heels every day; but try to alternate your footwear to give your feet a break. Take advantage of sneakers becoming more popular and learn to boast this comfortable footwear with style.
- VERSIONS WITH BELTS: Have you noticed that boots with heels are more comfortable than shoes? This is because there is more support in your foot; achieves the same effect using shoes with straps or straps.
- NEVER COMPRESS A MODEL TOO MUCH TIGHTENED: This might sound obvious, but sometimes we get carried away by shopping and we are left with that model that was “a little tight” instead of opting for more comfortable shoes.
Make sure your foot feels firm but your fingers can move inside the shoe, so you know that it has a good fit.
If you can stick a finger between the back and your heel, consider another size, you could end up losing your shoes while you walk.