Here are four ways to tell you need new shoes just by looking at them.
1. Look at the bottom of your shoes. The tread on your shoes is like the tread on the tires of your car. If they are worn out they aren’t giving you the traction you need to get the job done.
2. Look on the inside of your shoe. Is the back of the shoe worn out where it wraps around your heel? This part of the shoe helps lock in your heel and prevent excess motion. If it is worn out your heel could be sliding around more than it needs to and causing your foot to be more unstable.
3. Look at the top of your shoes. Do you notice any tear-outs on the side? Do you see any tears over the toes? Tear-outs over the toe are a sign your shoe could be too small. As we get older the shape of our feet change and often we need to wear a different size shoe (often larger) to accommodate joints which have spread out from years of being on our feet.
4. Look at your shoe from the back. Does is look like it is sitting tall and straight? If your shoe is leaning to one side or the other from vertical more than the width of a pencil it is no longer stabilizing your foot.
If your shoes are showing these signs of wear, it's time for a change. Check out our selection of boots on our website, click here.
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