While walking and running are similar (and some people do both) there are differences between the 2 types of shoes. All about walking shoes vs running shoes
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Here are 6 simple DIY ways to decorate shoes and give them a fresh new look. Customize your own shoes to look like they’re from a fancy boutique!
Sanuk flip flops are my favorite sandals, especially their yoga mat flip flops! Here are the pro’s and con’s of Sanuk yoga mat flip flops. My review…
I first saw this on Good Morning America. Here’s the full video from ABC’s 20/20, plus the full story that goes with the video.
I’ve had my eye on some non-skid socks for awhile now. Good news: Now you can make your own non slip socks. All you need is fabric paint! This video shows exactly how to do it.
Of the 3 examples of footwear listed here, the Z-Coil name has the largest presence on the Internet. Overall comments about customer satisfaction appear to be overwhelmingly positive. Here are some things to think about before buying Z-Coil shoes.
Wondering how you can make your big feet look smaller? Do big feet mean you will be tall as an adult? Here’s everything you need to know about big feet…
How are Havaianas different from other flip flops? Well, Havaianas began to distinguish themselves from knock-offs as early as 1970 when they launched a commercial stating that ‘they don’t lose their shape, they don’t smell, and the straps don’t get loose’ — unlike other flip flops.
What do foot binding, women’s high heels, and bunions have in common? They are all the result of feet being cramped or bound in tight places for too long. Too much pressure puts stress on the toes. Sometimes culture and fashion trends have a price. Here’s what you need to know…
Shoes are necessary, utilitarian, and mostly mandatory. They are also fun, creative, and wonderful expressions of our creativity and personality. In that expression of our personality, many of us gravitate toward different shoe fads. Shoe fads usually take one aspect of a regular shoe and exaggerate it. That means new fabrics, unusual lines, and even extreme heights.
I hate throwing out shoes, especially when they are in perfectly good condition. Like when your kids have outgrown them. Soles4Souls is a reputable organization that accepts gently worn shoes and gives them to people who are in need of shoes.
I predict that these GPS shoes are going to take our world by storm, and change the way we view keeping our loved ones safe forever. Here’s how they work, and where to get your own pair of GPS shoes.
Fit Flops are a new walking sandal designed to boost your fitness level as you walk. Do they really work? Find out here.
Crocs shoes shrink when exposed to high heat: left in a hot car, washed in the dishwasher, left outside in the sun. Here’s how to unshrink Crocs if yours have shrunk.
Did you know that the right shoe should have a heel that is actually slightly lower than the ball of the foot? And shoes without arch support actually flatten your foot and damage all those tender bones and muscles and ligaments. Here’s how the right shoes affect your feet…
I can’t think of a shoe that is more high-tech than the Nike + iPod workout kit. All you have to do to have the best of all worlds is to get yourself a Apple iPod nano, a pair of Nike+ shoes, and a Nike + iPod Sport Kit. From there, your shoes and your iPod will begin to communicate with one another. You can watch the time, track your miles, and listen to songs — all while receiving real-time feedback about your run.
Warning: Flip flops made in China and sold at Walmart may be bad for your health.
So, for your feet’s sake — and the feet of your kids — please have a look at the pictures and stories that follow. These are real life cases of flip flops gone bad.
As strange as they look, I’d definitely wear Z-Coil shoes. I’m just not sure I can afford ’em. They cost about $200 a pair. I also like that they’re made in the USA.
I like Crocs, but they definitely have their good points and their bad points. The Croc-haters have a point. I mean, there are plenty of Crocs accidents that might warrant someone re-thinking the practicality of wearing Crocs. And then there’s the question as to whether Crocs are environmentally friendly or not… The debate about Crocs continues…
Check out this fun footwear for kids! Choose from fun frog feet, yellow ducky feet, pink flamingo feet, and blue little monster feet. Fun!
There’s no denying these mop & sweeper slippers make a lot of sense. But I just wonder how many people would actually buy them… I mean, for themselves. I can definitely see how they’d make great gag gifts. And from one spouse who always does all the sweeping and mopping to another… I’d try ’em!
Finally, a basketball shoe that looks expensive and trendy, but only costs $14.98. The kids love these sneakers. And finally, it’s a tennis shoe that parents can afford!
In my mind, if these were a buck apiece, or at least under $2, then they’d be the hottest thing in footwear. I’d almost rather grab a 6-pack of ’em in different colors and think of them more as disposable sandals than fine fashion footwear. At $13 apiece I’m just an admirer right now.
Bamboo socks are better than cotton socks due to their incredible absorbency, antibacterial and wicking properties. And, despite what you might think, bamboo is VERY comfortable on the feet!
Check out these fluffy bath mats with built-in slippers. There’s no better way to slip out of the shower and onto the cold floor… with slippers on your feet!