Wednesday, February 19, 2014

It's Your Style: Why good shoes matter

Earl and Cathy Zion

Don’t underestimate the power of good arch support

John Carlton, owner of J. Carlton Shoes, says these shoes (pictured above, right) have it but are lightweight and supportive to the foot. The sole is long-lasting and durable. Choosing a shoe made from leather is advantageous because it breathes and is more flexible than non-leather. Since the size of your feet can change over time, Carlton suggests that you get your feet remeasured every five to 10 years.

“The high quality of leather and materials used make this shoe stand out,” says Herbert Redmond, owner of H.J. Redmond Exclusive Footwear. Redmond says the shoe (pictured above, left) has a thin lining in the sole that protects your foot as you walk.

Earl and Cathy Zion
Earl and Cathy Zion

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