The best shoes for standing all day may not be what you think. Actually, let’s rephrase that. The best brands you can wear if you’re standing all day are not what you think. In the video below, you’ll see two good brands that have good shoes for you if you’re on your feet all day.
There are so many jobs and industries out there that require you to be standing all day.
And for each of those industries, some shoes are better than others.
But there are also other brands and shoes that you can wear that will fit the bill.
To most people’s surprise, it’s not the big-name brands that you would think of. The best shoes for standing all day generally come from smaller brands.
These smaller brands use higher-quality materials, spend more time designing and creating the shoes, and tend to be more focused on having shoes that are just better.
In the video above, you’ll see what two of these brands are.
You’ll learn why the shoes from these companies are good, and you’ll learn about some of the features as well.
So if you are on your feet all day and your feet are hurting, the first thing you want to look at is your shoes.
There’s a good chance that either the shoes are not of good quality or they’re worn out and you need a new pair.
If you continue to wear them, you could end up with pain.
And once you have pain, things can get worse quickly with the wrong pair of shoes.
So it’s important to find the right pair for you.
If you’d like to try the pairs that are discussed in the video or are on your feet all day and dealing with pain…
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Lastly, if you want to read the transcript of this video, here it is…
Today I’d like to talk about the best kind of shoe to wear when you’re standing all day. What you want is a shoe that fits. The last thing you want to do is shove your foot inside a shoe feel cramped, restricted, and creating negative effects. So shoes that really tend to work well are shoes by the Israeli company Naot, and American manufacturer San Antonio shoes . They feature a nice firm sole, a low offset, a good firm heel counter, removable insoles so the shoes are compatible for Orthotics. We have many many shoes in here that can fill that bill of best shoe to wear. But bottom line is they gotta fit. Just make sure your toes are breathing, that you can even grab a little inside the shoe without it being sloppy. And make sure that they have a good firm shank, that they fit the shape of your foot, and hug that heel. If you have any questions, want to come in, just try shoes on we’re always here ready to help.