Monday, September 8, 2008

Be Decisive When Choosing Shoes

We feel lucky to be girls, because there is so many beautiful stuff in the world made for us girls, from head to toe.

As for shoes, it's important that we choose one that is both pretty and comfortable. Facing too many choices in the superstore, we also feel confused. We have to be desicive sometimes to save lots of time wandering around. It means simply that If you don't used to the high heel shoes, you'd better not trying them too often.

First study your feets

There's no single 'best shoe' - everyone has different needs. All sorts of things - your biomechanics, your weight, the surfaces you run on, and obviously, the shape of your feet - mean that one person's ideal shoe can be terrible for another person.

We divide our shoes into three main categories (cushioned, stability and motion control); and three minor ones (performance training, racing and off-road). The first three are everyday options and are categorised essentially by your biomechanical needs; the second three are more specialised and you'd often only consider them as second shoes.

Decide between loudness, durability and price

There are different tips and heels available because they are made from different materials which affects on item price, durability and required sound properties. Dance experiences and personal requirements are important for the choice of the mounted tips and heels as well. In addition to the personal dancing technique, room acoustics and condition of the dance floor, the used materials do determine about the sound colour, sound level and durability. To meet all individual requirements you will find different materials and combinations. Particularly the choice of the shoe tips is the decisive factor for sound colour and level.

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