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8 tips for buying shoes that are good to your feet
Published Mar 5, 2017 at 7:00 am (Updated Feb 27, 2017) Photos Buying the right shoes is an investment in foot health. But how do you find ones that fit properly and provide adequate support Start with your own feet, and look at what's already in your closet. Stand barefoot on a piece of paper or cardboard, and trace the shape of each foot. Now take your shoes, one by one, and place them on top of the drawing. If you're like most people, your "comfortable" shoes will closely match the outline of your own feet. Identify the shoes that cause pain. If you're a woman, most of these will be shoes with narrow toes or high heels. Check to see if the toe of the shoe is narrower or shorter than your…