Footwear shopping is not as easy as many ‘shoe-noobs’ would think it is. What style of shoes do I buy? What kind of outfits will they go with? How much heel is too much heel? Although we cannot answer most of those questions ourselves, here are a few questions we can help you. So in other words, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Proper shoe care is vital to increase the lifespan of your shoes, as well as keeping them looking spiffy all year round. Think about what your shoes have to go through on a daily basis – as you venture through dust, dirt, mud and muck. While most shoes available these days are made from synthetic […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A running shoe revolution has been afoot for the past few years, but only recently has a wide variety of lighter, more minimally designed shoes hit the stores. Why the dramatic changes? Research has confirmed that lighter, more flexible, lower-to-the-ground shoes enable feet to move similarly to how they move when barefoot, and that allows […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The structure of a shoe can be divided into two parts: an upper and lower (or bottom part). Sections of the upper are made up of the vamp, quarter, toebox, throat, insole board, and topline. The sections of the lower shoe consist of an outsole, shank and heel. The Upper of the Shoe The upper […]Continue Reading... No Comments.