When women go out to buy shoes, the least we think about is the health of our feet, but shoes that are too narrow or with very high heels can affect us. If you're planning to give yourself a new pair of shoes, follow these five tips from Harvard Medical School to find the perfect number and the right way:
SIZE: Buy in the afternoon, when the feet are more swollen, and try on your shoes with the same type of stockings that you are going to wear. Many times one foot is wider or longer than the other; Buy the number that best fits that foot.
COMFORT: Walk with your shoes on. There should be a gap of up to half an inch between the shoe and the largest toe. Buy the ones that are comfortable for you.
CLOTHING: Look for any seam or label inside that can damage your feet. Make sure the sole is strong.
HEIGHT AND CUSHIONING: Both too high and too low heels can damage the feet. The ideal size is just under two inches. Check the padding by walking on hard and soft surfaces.