Head to the shoe store in the afternoon. The natural increase in the foot after noon affects the correct size selection. Measuring shoes is better standing. Walk through the store in a pair of shoes you intend to purchase. The leg should feel natural and not clamped.
Leave a small distance between the thumb and toe of the shoe. It is necessary for the foot to move naturally when walking, flexing freely and without interference. The heel should fit tightly to the back of the shoe, here extra distance will lead to calluses. In general, the foot in the shoe should lie loose – it will protect you from the discomfort of walking. Close shoes will lead to deformation of the bones of the foot, impaired circulation, too loose – to calluses.
Give preference to soft shoes – it will sit down faster on the leg, that is, it will take its form. The exception is leather shoes, it hardly stretches and remains the same size as when bought. Try to bend the sole – it should be elastic, free to move, but the top of the shoe should not deform.
When choosing shoes, push back against its type. Pumps should fit tightly to the leg, small free space is permissible near the thumb. If they are great, you can’t avoid popping your foot at every step.
Lace-up shoes or sandals with straps can be purchased slightly looser than you are used to. They are held on the leg thanks to straps or other contraptions found in the area of uplift.
Buying boots, pay attention to their fitting to the foot. Between her and the walls of the shoes you need to leave a short distance. Winter shoes are sure to measure on the toe.
Sports shoes do not change their size, so initially the leg should feel comfortable, but not too loose. With lacing you can always expand or reduce the sneakers a little.