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HOW TO BUY THE RIGHT SHOES One of the terms that you may not be familiar with that is used in the shoe business is pronation. You may hear this term from salesmen who are familiar with shoes, probably in specialty shoe shops. PRONATION actually refers to your ankle rolling inward with each step you take. In some people their ankle rolls to the outside. This is referred to as SUPINATION. If you have a low/flat arch you generally over-pronate and that means you wear out the outside heel and inside forefoot. On the other hand, If you under-pronate you wear out the outer heel edge and little toe. Understanding your pronation will help in selecting the right shoe for your feet. Our feet expand as we put weight on them, it is preferable to buy shoes in the evening when you have been on your feet during the day. Regardless of all the scientific stuff used to describe shoe buying the main factor which all shoe buyers should consider is comfort. When buying shoes try them with the socks that you usually wear. Don't just slip on the shoe to see if it fits in the store. Walk on it to check if the shoe feels  comfortable. If they are not comfortable in the store then they will not be comfortable later. Don't expect the shoe to expand or shrink later. Many parents buy kids shoes perhaps half a size bigger. The idea being that they will grow into them fast. This can harm your child's feet. Buying Shoes for Children Special care should be taken when buying children's shoes. Many children tend to say that a shoe fits fine if they like the appearance of the shoe. Parents need to impress upon their children that wearing shoes that do not fit perfectly can result in severe foot problems.  
Selecting the Right Shoes
Shoes that match dress color are preferred by women. If you can't find they color shoes can be colored to match your dress
HOW TO BUY THE RIGHT SHOES One of the terms that you may not be familiar with that is used in the shoe business is pronation. You may hear this term from salesmen who are familiar with shoes, probably in specialty shoe shops. PRONATION actually refers to your ankle rolling inward with each step you take. In some people their ankle rolls to the outside. This is referred to as SUPINATION. If you have a low/flat arch you generally over-pronate and that means you wear out the outside heel and inside forefoot. On the other hand, If you under-pronate you wear out the outer heel edge and little toe. Understanding your pronation will help in selecting the right shoe for your feet. Our feet expand as we put weight on them, it is preferable to buy shoes in the evening when you have been on your feet during the day. Regardless of all the scientific stuff used to describe shoe buying the main factor which all shoe buyers should consider is comfort. When buying shoes try them with the socks that you usually wear. Don't just slip on the shoe to see if it fits in the store. Walk on it to check if the shoe feels  comfortable. If they are not comfortable in the store then they will not be comfortable later. Don't expect the shoe to expand or shrink later. Many parents buy kids shoes perhaps half a size bigger. The idea being that they will grow into them fast. This can harm your child's feet. Buying Shoes for Children Special care should be taken when buying children's shoes. Many children tend to say that a shoe fits fine if they like the appearance of the shoe. Parents need to impress upon their children that wearing shoes that do not fit perfectly can result in severe foot problems.  
Shoes that match dress color are preferred by women. If you can't find they color shoes can be colored to match your dress
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