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Indira Redd




04 Nov 1988

Hi. I'm Indira. I love to meet new people to talk and share any fashion, makeup or hairstyles related stuff. and make lots of friends.

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indira asked:

15 Apr 2013

The perfect shoe? Does it exist? What's your favorite?

I have high arches, I walk on my heels (which causes a lot of heel pain), I have bad knees, and just overall small finicky feet. I want something I can walk, run, exercise, do whatever in without foot/knee pain. I want something that is especially good on my heels. It doesn't have to be pretty, but it can't be bulky (because they look funny on my small frame). Lightweight would be good. No pink.

So what shoe works best for you?

Oh yeah, edited to add: I try on shoes in the store and they are so comfortable and then after a week they make my feet hurt. So unfortunately, I can't just go to a store and see what feels good.




rinji_halfelf says:

Posted on 20 Oct 2008

Have you tried on shoes at the store while you shop? You might get a better idea of how they feel when worn longer.

The best time to try shoes is in the afternoon/evening, when body fluid has had time to travel down to your legs and make your feet fuller.

Inserts ad insoles are also an affordable option to make a okay shoe into a great shoe.

You can also go to a specialty shoe store. Like Mossiers or Red Wing shoes. They can accurately assess your foot dimensions. It could be that you are not in the average sizing charts. Most discount stores like walmart offer normal, wide, with little to medium arch, with the occasional extra wide. Narrow hardly exists. If you have a average foot with a narrow heel like me, you're out of luck!

Your shoe size could be an issue too. Just like some cheap clothing lines like to take the modeled size, and just inch inches here and there, they may not take into account the changes in bodies dimensions as a size gets larger and smaller. Same could be said for shoes too.

If all else fails, you could see a podiatrist. They can determine if you have a medical condition such as inflammation of the arch or a heel spur which causes walking heel pain.

If they find nothing, it could be your posture. You might be able to get an appointment with a chiropractor to see about that. It might help your knees too, if they are not bad due to genetics or and old injury.

I hope that helps!


covergyrl says:

Posted on 03 Nov 2008

i have the saame problem but i go to winn dixie or walmart and buy the feet pads they turn to the shape of you feet just read on the pacs cause they have some for heels too... goodluck


lisadoll says:

Posted on 07 Nov 2008

oh man...i think wedges wud do you good if u liked height n they r more balanced...i saw a cool shoe design on oprah recently so you might wanna check out her web page for comfy shoes...they were awesome heeled but completely wearable!!!!!!!!!

for me i prefer convers :$ even though i'm short it really is easy to commute around on these plus they r sooo cute these days..check out my list to see why :)

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