what are the best type of shoes or brand of shoes
February 8, 2009 11:04pm CST
for like support? i have horrible knees and bad ankles and i want to get a new pair of shoes and im willing to spend a good amount if they will help relieve some pain but i have no idea where to look.. or is it something i should have done custom made?
11 Feb 09
I am not sure about ladies shoes. But for guys, I love the Hush Puppies series of gel cushions shoes for work. They are leather shoes in the Float Series. I have been wearing these series for about 8 years now. And I will always try to get them whenever the pair I am wearing wears out. For sports shoes, you can try looking at brooks. They are darn comfortable with a wide shoe base for good support. For sandles, the Canberra series are good. The last pair I had lasted me for more than 5 years. I would still be wearing them if it had not been stolen!
19 Feb 09
Yeah... and the worst part of it is, the joker only stole one shoe! I mean, take the whole pair. At least I can convince myself that the fella needed the shoes more than me. So I will consider it a charity act to "Donate" the sandals to him/her. But when only one is taken, it is an obvious case of mischief! I was so mad! If I ever catch the joker, I will definitely put him to the authorities care! Grrr... nothing better to do than to make mischief at the expense of other!
9 Feb 09
there is tye of shoes that helps your problem but for me its not fashionable.try to look tha brand "Finn Comfort" might help because the have a sort of medicine shoes.when i was wearing sandal i had problem walking.the way i walk has changed because it wa snot comfortable but since i used this type of shoes it helped a lot.a bit expensive but worth it.
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9 Feb 09
Number one rule with bad feet and ankles..knees....always wear shoes...every waking minute! It totally depends on what the shoe feels like. I have some Eurosteps that I put on the first day and went shopping all day long without any problems...usually my knees are what give me the pain first...I also use insteps...so you might have to go to a foot doctor for custom made ones.