Women have it rough when it comes to fashion. Unlike men who can just toss on a suit and nice pair of loafers, female fashionistas take accessorizing to new depths rarely discovered or explored by the masculine side. After all, as stereotypes like to spout, beauty is pain. One look at a trendy shoe store verifies that belief. After all, proof of modern glamor via rows upon rows of sky high, pointy-toed stilettos must mean they’re not bad for you after all, right? Fashion week displays of statuesque models in the seasons most coveted collections, finished with dagger sharp footwear certainly challenges medical and scientific research on the dangers of improper and impractical footwear.. Right?
Anhu Flats with Arch Support
OK, well, let’s face it – we’ve all made stupid choices when it’s come to fashion. Many of those surround our shoe choices. Marketing, advertising, and sales add to the confusion. Add the fact that those styles often look so good under the bright store lights, contain the right numbers on the box or price tag, and barely pinch in those few step taken down the carpeted aisles – and we’re done. But the wrong shoes can finish us off in other ways as well. Plantar Fasciitis is especially common for those who wear high heels regularly. This painful, recurring condition is hard to treat, but even harder to keep from returning – unless you wear the right shoes.
Besides trips to the podiatrist and expensive treatment options, tight shoes can cause bunions, corns, hammer toes, and countless other foot issues that can lead to surgery. Improper footwear also often causes conditions such as diabetes, arthritis, and osteoporosis. Flats are another problem altogether. It’s a common misconception that the opposite end of the spectrum – ballet slippers versus stilettos – provides better foot health. While minimalist shoes are beneficial, lack of protection, cushioning, and support can cause back problems, joint issues, and even plantar fasciitis. Adding personal orthotics can help offset the problems, but a better solution is to invest in a pair of good quality modern flats with arch support. The Ahnu Crissy II happens to be one of the best options.
The Ahnu Crissy II comes in multiple color options to compliment a variety of styles. These sporty ballet flats have adjustable criss-cross straps to provide an optimal fit, while the ultra breathable leather and mesh upper ensures your feet stay cool and comfy. Soft, spongy treated sockliner wicks away moisture while destroying odor causing bacteria. Unlike most regular flats, these wonders have a shock absorbing dual density soft foot bed with natural arch support. But if you need more, the lightweight shoe is deep enough to accept many modern orthotic inserts. Non-marking carbon rubber outsole offers excellent grip and gives extra bounce for all day comfort regardless of where your fashionable flats take you.