Shoes with Arch Support
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Bstore stock a wide range of comfy shoes that have great arch support like Frankie4 sneakers or sandals both online and in-store.
Just like the foundation of any building, feet are the body’s foundation and need support. They must be balanced and stable to support the entire weight of the body. Without this support, many problems can arise. It can be difficult to understand how important various features in arch support shoes are without the basis of assessing why they matter, what they do and what they really mean.
With proper arch support, you do not have to be uncomfortable standing for long periods of time, it’s what your feet may need if you suffer from discomfort, try arch support sandals from Bstore. It is not only important to be aware of the value of arch support but to also understand the consequences that can occur if you do not invest in arch support shoes for women. Having access to this kind of knowledge ensures that you no longer have to choose between support and style because you can enjoy the best of both worlds.
Significance of the Arch
Prior to learning more about the importance of shoes with good arch support, it is essential to delve into how the arch actually works and the impact it has on your comfort and mobility. The arch is a vital structural component of the foot.
Each arch is supported by different tendons and ligaments in the feet. The structure of the arch makes it function like a spring, which enables it to bear the body’s weight and provide shock absorption with each step you take. Arches also allow the feet to be flexible enough to carry out movements such as walking and running.
Impact of Surfaces
The changes in surfaces that the feet tread on, has a significant effect on the feet. While walking on softer surfaces, they contour naturally to adapt to the feet but harder surfaces do not adjust and this compels the feet to try to adapt to the ground. This situation can lead to various foot problems along with pain and discomfort. Preventing this requires fashionable shoes with arch support to cushion the feet.
Consequences of Poor Arch Support
One of the common signs of arches that are not properly supported is pain within the arch. This pain can develop from reasons such as injury to the muscles, bones, tendons or ligaments that form the foot’s arch and structural issues.
Structural issues include high arches and low arches, commonly known as flat feet. There are also a number of foot conditions that lead to pain in the arch and can be worsened when you do not wear men's work shoes with arch support.
Wearing work shoes with arch support not only supports your arch and diminishes the likelihood of arch problems; it also offers several other amazing benefits. Supportive shoes are worthwhile investments for various reasons. Womens shoes with good arch support can increase your comfort and make you feel like you are walking on air. These shoes help to reduce swelling in the feet and ankles and promote blood flow. Mens shoes with good arch support are useful for reducing arch, heel and foot pain.
Arch Support Size Guide
How to find your size
Stand on a level floor with your heel up against the wall or straight edge.
Place a ruler or measuring tape on the floor under your foot or alongside it, with your heel at 0cm.
Measure the length of your foot from your heel to the end of your longest toe (yes, even if it's your second toe).
Measure both feet and go with the length of your longest foot if they are different. If you are in between sizes, we recommend going for the larger size.
Check out the size charts below to find your size. All sizes listed are either in US or EU, depending on the brand.
Which width do I need?
Most Birkenstock styles are available in 'regular' or 'narrow' width.
Narrow width is suitable for narrow to slender feet.
Regular width is suitable for normal to wide feet.
If you already own a pair of Birkenstocks or are trying them on in store - check out the little foot symbol on the footbed. If the foot is coloured in, it's a narrow (N). If it's just an outline of a foot, it's a regular (R).