How to Fix Top 5 Shoe Problems with Solutions
December 21, 2014
Solve your footwear problems by comfortable way with these tips
Shoes that feel weel at your first time you see them in the store. But things change after aa couple days of wear. A few stores allow you to return worn shoes and other products. The shoe’s construction and material could be the problem, or it could be fit. “Sizes in even the most expensive shoes don’t accommodate individual lengths and widths of feet,” says Linda O’Keefe. Rather than throwing the pair in the back of your trash, check out these 10 solutions for the most common.
These are caused by friction between your feet’s soles and the shoe’s. To get rid of blisters, line each shoe with moleskin foam, it creates a cushion. The padding absorbs friction with a layer of cotton over the foam. Cleary suggests “Adhere it to the inside of each shoe before the first time you wear them,”
2. Sweaty Feet Problem
Your tootsies can be heated by too-small shoes and it causes blisters. To avoid this, O’Keefe sugests “only buy shoes at the end of the day when your feet may be swollen and tired”. Also the material may increase the temperature in your shoe. Opt for breathable canvas and natural leather in hot weather. Choose cotton socks. Artificial fabrics is not suitable to absorb sweat.
3. Big shoes Cuts on the Back of Your Heels
If your shoes is too big, shoes can dig into your skin. The most common reason for cuts is overly spacious shoes. Tape heel pads into the back of your shoes to prevent your heel from moving in and out of the shoe and skin from getting cut.
4. Feels Bad: Calluses
Dead skin can be tough to get rid of. It may form on the soles of feet and the sides of big toes. If you prefer well-fitting shoes, you can avoid jamming your foot into which is not big enough.
5. The Last Thing is Too Tight Straps
H2O can stretch leather. Good news for you because molding it to the shape of your foot is basicly tricky idea to fix tight straps.