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Running Tips - When To Replace Your Running Shoes

One of the most common causes of running injuries is running in shoes that are old and worn out. Running shoes are the most important piece of equipment that a runner has. So, they need to be replaced when they need to be. Here are some tips to go by regarding when to replace your running shoes.You can take the shoes that you've been running in and look at them from behind. If they are starting to wear out, they will not sit flat. You can see the wear on one side. However, your shoes may be starting to break down from the inside even before the outer soles show signs of wearing out. The cushioning on the inside of the shoe which keeps your foot stable and protected will usually break down before the outer sole. Wearing shoes that are broken down can cause injuries if run in for many miles.The general rule of thumb is to replace your running shoes between 300 - 500 miles. How soon they break down depends on your body weight as well as the surfaces that you run on the majority of the time. Also, how your foot s...

 


What Are Oxford Dress Shoes And What Makes Them Different From Others

The oxford shoe is a traditional leather shoe that originated in Scotland and Ireland. This style of footwear is made from very heavy leather with lacing that is enclosed. The original oxford shoes were constructed of leather that was not tanned and were not very ornate at all. Today, oxford shoes are designed in a diverse array of styles and materials including leather, suede, and even synthetics. These shoes are classified as dress shoes for women and men alike and lean more towards the casual end of the spectrum rather than dressy. By definition oxfords are below the ankle and in general will have a cap over the toes which is simply a small piece of leather sewn over the toe. In men's oxfords there are basically 5 types which are kilties, wingtip, saddle, open laced and closed laced. The open laced shoes are made with the sides sewn on the top front and when laced appear as if they were in segments. In opposition to this style are the closed lace or Balmorals which feature laces sewn under the front of the...

 


Wedge Shoes for Women

Wedge shoes have a triangular heel that runs from the front of the foot to the back. This type of heel is perfect for women who are not used to wearing heels, but want some added height. Because wedge shoes do not have an extra space in between, it gives women the support that regular heels do not have. Moreover, it eliminates the pain normally associated with wearing traditional high-heeled shoes. Wedge shoes are versatile and can be worn with almost all types of attire.* Espadrille Wedge. This wedge is made with a flexible material, usually braided or woven rope, for the sole and typically has an ankle strap. Espadrilles are ideal for the spring and summer months and go great with shorts, flowing skirts, wrap dresses, gauchos and summer dresses.* Cork Wedge. This wedge is made from a cork material. Cork wedges are perfect for the summer when you want to slip on something fun and flirty for the beach. Pair these wedges with a summer dress and you're ready to go.* Wooden Wedges. This wedge is made with a wood...

 




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