Lots of pumps and flats hurt over the big toe joint. One of the causes is wrong toe box and topline shape. Read on to find out how to tell the good ones from the bad.
The fitting mantra deconstructed: “there should be half an inch of space between the tip of your longest toe and the front of the shoe” – why exactly that amount, and what is that space really for?
A shoe can make your foot look crooked by placing the end point of the toebox in the wrong spot.
Many pumps slip off your feet in the back because they were made incorrectly. Learn how to tell the good ones from the bad just by looking at them.
Two things control how high a heel you can wear: your feet’s flexibility and their strength. In this post I’ll show you how to figure out the highest heel you can wear based on the flexibility of your feet.
The shoe market is full of problematic shoes. Some problems are unavoidable, or at least understandable. Some are inexcusable. Here are three of my “favorites”.
Yes, we do, but not as much as we need cushioning, measuring and good old-fashioned exercise.