There’s no one best shoe that fits everyone’s needs. There are certain factors like biomechanics, weight and shape of the feet that make each person’s ideal shoe different from the next.
- Look for shoes with enough toe box. This means that the shoes should have adequate space both in length and depth. When your shoes are spacious enough, you get to avoid unnecessary pinching and pressure in the feet area.
- Look for firm heel support. The heel area of the shoes holds the foot in place. Avoid shoes that have weak heel support and go for shoes with strong heel counter.
- Look for a removable insole. Removable insoles allow you to adjust the size of your shoe and let you use orthopedic inserts. It also allows you to dry your shoes quickly after exercise or rain.