University of Calgary scientists want the answer to building the perfect running shoe by studying the effects of comfort and its effects on the rates of running-based injuries. Even though the idea of the perfect running shoe has been around for years, modern schools of thought claim that shoe design has no effect on the rate in which running injuries occur.
Advocates of the ‘comfort theory’ suggest that people should just go with footwear that feels best for them. The scientific team still wants willing participants for their study, hoping to learn more through research.
For help with selecting an appropriate shoe size, consult with podiatrist Dr. Henry Slomowitz of Paramus and Paterson. Dr. Slomowitz can measure your feet to determine what your needs are and help you find an appropriate pair of footwear.
Getting the Right Shoe Size
Sometimes it may be difficult finding the right shoe size especially because shoe sizes tend to vary depending on the brand and company you are looking for. A size 6 for one brand may be a size 7 in another. Although many people know their exact shoe size, it can range within 2 sizes depending on where they shop.
So it is important not to always go for a size 7 just because you think you might be a size 7 universally. It is best to try on the shoe and walk around for a bit to see how it fits and how it feels. Comfort is essential and the fitting has to be well otherwise it can lead to blisters, bruises at the back of the ankle and it can also hurt your toes if the shoe is too tight for example.
People walk a lot, so it is important for you to find what is comfortable when it is possible.
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