1. Choose shoes from 3 to 6 in the afternoon
During this time, the feet will swell slightly, so if the shoes at this time are very suitable, they will not feel small when worn at other times.
2. Try on both feet
Everyone’s left and right feet are almost different in size, so when trying on shoes, both feet must be tried on to avoid situations where one foot is suitable and the other is inappropriate.
3. Don’t choose shoes with bad materials
Good shoes have water absorption and perspiration properties, are breathable, soft, and have a certain degree of comfort; shoes with poor materials, due to their poor air permeability, are likely to cause foot odor, and the soles are not soft enough, and they may be worn for a long time. Foot pain.