People who work in jobs where they are moving around a lot need a pair of shoes that will aid them in their work. In short, they want to find comfortable shoes for standing all day as well as moving around. Nurses, retails salespeople and restaurant workers are all examples of people who want these types of shoes. Here is what makes a pair of shoes suitable to wear in these types of occupations.
First, shoes must have adequate arch support. A person’s foot should have the support it needs to be in constant movement without placing too much pressure on one part of the foot. When too much pressure is placed on one part of the foot, it can cause aches, soreness and even pain.
Next, a pair of shoes for people who stand and walk around all day should have a low heel. When the heel of a shoe is too high, it can put pressure on a person’s ankles and force the foot forward. A woman who tries to rush around all day in high-heels is likely to have sore, achy feet after the work day is over.
Finally, a critical feature of shoes for people who move around a lot in their jobs is ‘wiggle room’ for the toes. A person wants to have enough room in the front of the shoe to move his or her toes around. There should always be plenty of space for your toes to move and for blood to circulate.