sore when the day is done. Avoid this by breaking in your shoes over time.
5. You Haven’t Bought New Shoes In Years – Just because your shoes are hole-free doesn’t mean that you aren’t due for an upgrade. Even if the shoe appears to be intact, if you’ve had them a long time, they may not be offering your feet the stability, support and protection they deserve. If your shoes are worn, or the soles are uneven in certain parts, you could be leaving yourself susceptible to hip problems and ankle sprains. Keep tabs on the appearance of your shoes, and invest in a new pair before the old pair begins to cause problems.