Whether you’re a weekend warrior or have a weekday job that keeps you on your feet, the right shoes make all the difference. It’s more than just comfort. Our footwear supports our health as much as it does our feet.
We’ve all heard the term “sensible shoes,” and it no doubt makes you feel older than you should. Well, at Find My Footwear, we believe that sensible footwear means anything but house slippers and orthopedic clunkers.
Comfortable, supportive footwear exists in fashionable styles as well as sports shoes. We can help you find the support you need in your favorite styles, including sandals, heels, loafers, boots, and more.
Our mission is to be a knowledge source for supportive, stylish footwear that fits your lifestyle. Shoes with the correct support can improve your gait, alleviate plantar fasciitis, arthritis, and even back pain. Your shoes should support not only your activity level but the anatomy of your foot as well. If you have any physical foot issues like heel spurs or the other mentioned above, your shoes should provide appropriate support for those as well.
Footwear for Work
Our livelihoods often require us to be on our feet for extended periods. We walk hallways, climb stairs, and stand for long presentations. Some of you work with heavy equipment or scale constructions sites.
Retirement will come eventually, but for now, you need supportive shoes to carry you and your workload. At Find My Footwear, we have the knowledge base to recommend the right shoes or work boots for you.
Running, CrossFit, mountain climbing, whatever your adrenaline rush of choice, your feet take a pounding. The correct shoes for your fitness lifestyle are essential. The wrong shoe means decreased performance and increased fatigue. Unnecessary strain on your arches can lead to injury.
Even if you prefer mild activity like walking or completing a leisurely 18 holes on a sunny day, supportive shoes make your outings all the more pleasurable.
We also realize that, no matter how good the shoe, some feet and knees can no longer take the impact of high-intensity activities like running or climbing stairs. That doesn’t mean we can’t remain active and adventurous.
It merely means we need as much support under our feet as possible. And maybe some lower-impact activities like riding a recumbent or even a stationary bicycle.
Footwear for Troubled Feet
Not all of us are graced with perfect feet. Most often, we hear about plantar fasciitis, high arches, and “flat feet.” Several factors cause these conditions, from genetics to weight or a past injury. Troubled feet give us more than trouble. They cause heel pain, strain the ligaments, and limit our mobility over time.
We know that shoes in all styles are available for those with plantar fasciitis, heel spurs, and sensitive feet, even high-heeled styles. It takes some time and research to find them. We have done just that and are sharing those findings with you here at Find My Footwear.
Footwear for Retirement
If you’re retired, then you’re finally free to check items off your bucket list. You should be comfortable on every one of those adventures. If you’re over 55, then your feet have already taken you thousands of miles. They can carry you thousands more in the right shoes. As we age, our bones weaken a bit, and our arches change. For some of us, arthritis threatens to ruin our travel plans. Investing in the right shoes gives you a literal spring in your step.
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