Comfortable shoes: 5 tips you need to know

Got a new pair of shoes, and they hurt? They are a bit too narrow, so you are not comfortable? Do your favorite white shoes get dirty faster than you wear them? Want to keep your tall boots straight? Follow the guide for a host of tips and tricks to make sure you're always in the right shoes.

Tip 1: shoes that are too narrow

From the outset, regardless of your type of feet, your new shoes may be a little too narrow and therefore uncomfortable. As soon as you come back from the store, they will no doubt be added to your wardrobe or will sit proudly on the entrance step. However, a little trick to gain width would be to put on a big pair of stockings - grandma's big woolen stockings or thermal stockings for winter activities -. Alright, you won't be the most comfortable during this time, but it should help make your shoes look bigger.

Tip 2: adapt to your new shoes

We all have shoes that we love passionately, even madly because they offer absolute comfort to our feet. We are not talking here about slippers but about shoes, boots or sneakers! Often, these are models with which we have done more than the pacing, and therefore, that one could say completely molded to our feet. When a new pair is added to our favorites and it is not yet the queen of ease, how to make it win stripes quickly? The best recommendation we can give you, apart from having the more-than-perfect model recommended to you by one of our Pop Shoes merchants is to wear these new shoes at home, in small doses, to make them more flexible. This may prevent blisters or redness and allow the shoe to expand without harming your feet. You could start with sequences of ten minutes at a time, and then increase this time until the shoe is ready for its first big outing. The office also turns out to be a place of choice for his “probationary” period.

Tip 3: How to clean your white shoes

It is the essential of the spring-summer wardrobe even if with it, it is love-hate as soon as you leave the house and come across lawn, rain or earth. Abracadabra, may white remain white, we would like to formulate! Yes, we all would like a magic wand with the white shoe so that it always remains white as snow. Now, make way for home products that can help us remove stains from shoes that are made of material that is easy to clean: make-up removal milk with an organic cotton cloth, for example, white toothpaste with which we can rub lightly, soapy water with a little white vinegar or finally baking soda. A small detour to the bathroom will allow you to find all the paraphernalia for the white to regain its brilliance.

Of course, a cleaning product judiciously selected for you thanks to the good advice of your local merchant could prove to be a happy marriage with your pair of white shoes. In a future blog post, we can guide you to the perfect maintenance kit for your collection of shoes, boots or sneakers.

Tip 4: To keep high boots straight

A very simple tip for high boots to avoid sagging on the side loosely is to put a mundane pool noodle inside. Mind you, any straight and long shape would help as long as the item is strong and stable enough once inserted into the boot.

Tip 5: How to fix sole discomfort

If the inside of your shoe doesn't provide comfort to your underfoot or footbed, there are a few items that can help. Think, for example, of a silicone pad that you will place on the insole. It could also be placed wisely to prevent your foot from slipping in a high-heeled shoe as well, or to relieve the tip of the foot when it has too much pressure. Insoles available in stores also offer good support for the feet and can even, if necessary, allow you to better fit the shoe if it is a little too big. In short, once again, ask for advice.

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Attention: If you have chronic ailments or known medical conditions in your feet, the best tip and tip you can put into practice about your shoes is to consult your healthcare professional. foot health

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