Be Prepared For Shoe Shopping Black Friday & Keep Your Feet Pain-Free!
Are you planning on hitting the Black Friday sales this year? Shopping can be hard on the feet, and standing in line on Black Friday is even worse! Or maybe you’re heading out to the shoe store to stock up on new footwear during the sales? Either way, here are some tips to help you keep you on your feet and get you through the stores on Black Friday:
- Wear comfortable shoes! Remember you’ll either be standing or walking for much of the time you’re out shopping. And sometimes it can be difficult to find a place to sit in a mall or store, especially in the Black Friday crowds. You don’t want to have to give up on your shopping early because of foot pain!
- Take breaks and sit down when possible. You may not get the opportunity very often, but give your feet a break when you can and don’t push yourself beyond your limits. No sale is more important than your health!
- While shoe shopping, you may be tempted to rush through the shoe store and just grab a pair of shoes in your size so you can continue on to the next sale item, but it is important that you try the shoes on to make sure they fit properly! If you get out of the store and they don’t fit or they are uncomfortable, that’s just wasted time and money.
- If you’re planning on snagging a new pair of shoes at a discount price, be sure to have on the socks you’re planning to wear with your new shoes when you go or at least bring a pair along with you to try on with the shoes.
- Take the time to put on both shoes and walk around the store. If they feel too tight or painful, don’t buy them. Many people think shoes that feel tight or uncomfortable just need to be “broken in”, but that isn’t true. Your shoes shouldn’t need a breaking in period to feel comfortable.
Best of luck on your Black Friday ventures, and happy holidays! For more information, watch the video above on shoe shopping tips for women, or you can contact our office online or at (888) 713-0906.
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