Many people talk about how underwears or boxers are the biggest part of their wardrobe but they are actually disregarding a big fact. Shoes are, in fact, the biggest and most important part of your wardrobe and daily life. You can walk around with no boxers but you can’t possibly step out of your home barefooted. So, after that has been established; you need to have a variety of different footwear items in your wardrobe. Now formal and informal and designer and blah blah…all those different types of shoes must exist in your wardrobe but you actually are in need of athletic shoes. Athletic shoes are not exactly only for athletic activities but instead provide comfort and ease for daily errands. Here are some tips on how to buy them:
How Do You Walk?
Different people walk differently and you need study how you walk. Cushioning athletic shoes are best for those whose feet land on their sides. Motion control shoes are the most fitting for most people with flat feet.
Does It Fit?
Athletic shoes should always fit you just fine. They should not be too tight or too wide otherwise their special features, that are mentioned in the previous category, will not be of any use to you. They should feel snug but not suffocating and most of all they shouldn’t be tight around the toe area or pushy from the heel area.
Before you can whip out your credit card and buy the shoes always remember to try them out. Wear them properly like you would if they were actually yours and walk/jog around the shop. If you are in a mall then take a run/job around the aisles. The shoes should feel comfortable and hassle-free. Most experts say that you should guarantee yourself a “return” policy. If the shoes don’t fit, make your feet swell, cause blisters then you should return them with no problem.