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Whether you need extra arch support, extra cushioning when standing on a hardwood floor all day, or just looking for a pair of women's home shoes that will keep you comfortable without making your feet sweat a lot, there are countless different Slippers for ladies to choose from. Of course, ladies slippers are usually not considered essential footwear essentials, such as sports shoes and boots, but since many of us work from home, indoor slippers have undoubtedly become a core part of our daily dressing choices.
In addition to comfort, you may be surprised to find that the podiatrist actually recommends avoiding walking barefoot in the home altogether. "We should all avoid walking barefoot at home all the time. Due to the lack of support and the slow atrophy of the fat pads on the soles of the feet, doing so can cause pain and inflammation to work overtime," said New York podiatrist Jacqueline Sutra. In other words, if you don't have the best pair of slippers, it may be time to invest in a new pair-but like most things, not all home shoes are the same.
Just like your stylish loafers, the most comfortable walking shoes or your winter boots, you want your slippers to also check all important boxes-this is a matter of course. However, there are so many types of slippers on the market today, and you need to consider a few things to find the perfect match. "Slippers come in a range of different styles, such as moccasins, slippers and flip-flops. Women should buy the styles they like while making sure to choose supportive slippers-not thin and fragile slippers," Sutera said.
The fabric and material structure of slippers are of course important factors to remember before choosing a pair, but the overall design, shape, and of course, your lifestyle are equally important considerations. Finding the right pair of women's slippers usually depends on how (and how long) you wear them and other factors such as the shape, length and width of your feet, and whether you have foot diseases such as plantar fasciitis.
"For those who have a sore foot and stand on a hard floor for a long time, I would recommend a thickened sole with arch support and a'heel to toe drop' (heel is thicker than the forefoot). Herringbone shoes with these functions It can cushion and absorb the impact of weight and gravity pushing down when standing," Sutera suggested. On the other hand, if you need some extra arch support, don't rely solely on insoles and padding. Look for slippers with built-in arches. Putting arches, insoles, or pads in flat slippers does not work well.