I Am on a quest for that perfect single pair of comfortable shoes. I cover a lot of ground in my sneakers and enjoy a wide variety of activities.
WORK. First is my job which requires me to run Lots of I would like a pair of casual shoes that look trendy enough to be worn with khakis and step up against the business dress code. And with all the time I spend on my toes, I also want a pair of comfortable shoes that feel my favorite pair of sneakers.
IN TOWN. At home I go barefoot, so there’s no issue there. But when I am running around town, I want the perfect pair of shoes to as I’m walking from place to place for the usual appointments and engagements. Ideally, I’d wear my broken-in oh-so-comfortable tennys. But I’d feel too self conscious wearing shabby shoes that look like their going to fall apart.
TRAVEL. My job also provides me the opportunity to travel I’d like to wear the same comfy travel shoes on the plain, going to the hotel, and in the meeting in the boardroom.
RUNNING & HIKING. In my spare time, I enjoy walking, jogging, and running before and after work. And on the weekends I love experiencing the wonderful outdoors, hiking and trail walking. I would love to find a versatile and comfortable shoe that enables me to walk across paved park paths, pound the roads as I run, or climb into the top of a mountain on a dirt trail.
DESIGN. I understand that comfortable shoes do not pop out of Thin atmosphere; they are made. The reason shoes are comfy is they are intended to be supportive. First, an excellent pair of comfortable shoes provides good arch support. It also cradles and supports the contours of your heel and helps absorb the pressure of every heel strike as you run or walk. The arch support and heel support are integrated into the design of the shoe to provide maximum flexibility, support, and comfort.
STYLE. Besides support and comfort, the perfectly Versatile, comfortable shoes need to be stylish. They need to be casual and conservative enough to blend in with a golf shirt and nice pair of slacks at work. They also should look athletic enough to match my active, outdoor lifestyle.
If I were to listen to this fashionistas out there, I’d need A set of shoes for every task, or worse a pair for each outfit. I can’t afford that. Even if I could, I don’t want an entire closet full of shoes, nor do I’m just Looking for that one versatile pair of conservative, active, sensible, Supportive, stylish, travel, walking, hiking.