ADVICE & GUIDES
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Our mission is to provide the answers to all your footwear related questions. Our expert writers take care and consideration for every shoe, boot or sports footwear need to help you find the most comfortable and protective fit there is.
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In our Boot Zone, we share advise relating to the best work boots, from insoles right through to socks.
We’ve got your sporting needs covered, all the way from running shoes through to basketball shoes.
Here, we show the best way to lace and tie running shoes for wide feet, so your runs become a lot more comfortable and enjoyable.
Gel and foam insoles are both suitable for work boots, but deciding on one depends largely on your feet and any conditions you may have.
How long insoles last inside work boots is a great question, but this all depends on th brand you buy which we’ll explore in this article.
In most cases, the answer is yes you should put insoles within your work boots and in this article we’ll tell you the reasons why.
We’ve found the five best best slippers for sweaty feet for men and women, that wick moisture away whilst still keeping your feet comfortable.
We take a look at whether wide feet are good, or bad, for running by discussing the pros and cons as you take those important strides.
We’ve found the Best Insoles for Work Boots, which looks at comfort, support and durability for working in those stressful conditions.
Here are the five best socks for work boots to keep your feet dry, comfortable and protected when on your feet all day in harsh conditions.
We’ve found the best house slippers for hardwood floors looking at comfort, warmth, durability and grip suitable both men and women.
We’ve found the five best women’s work boots combining style with comfort, stability and protection for whilst you’re in the office.
We’ve found the best running shoes for tarsal tunnel syndrome which avoids further compression of the posterior tibial nerve whilst you run.
We’ve found and reviewed the five the best shoes for sciatica, to reduce the stress and provide the upmost comfort whilst you walk.