Shoes should be comfortable and fit well when you buy them.
Shoes should only bend at the toe.
Change shoes every 3 - 6 months, depending on activity.
For Bunions / Tailors Bunion, choose a wide toe box.
Because of nerve damage, you may not feel a shoe rubbing against the skin of your foot. Blisters and sores can then develop. This can be worse if toenails are long, thick, or jagged.
A good time to get measurements is at the end of the day when your feet have swollen and settled some. This will help with comfort throughout the day.
Most people have one foot that is larger than the other, so make sure you have both feet measured.
Fit your shoes to the larger foot.
The ball of your foot should fit comfortably in the widest
part of the shoe.
Your heel should not slip
or slide while walking.
Three Point Shoe Test
1. Torsion Rigidity
2. Heel Counter Rigidity
3. Flexion Stability