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How to Spot a Pair of Fake Gucci Shoes

06th October 2009
Gucci shoes are some of the most widely imitated shoes on the market. Before buying a pair of Gucci shoes online, make sure that you are not accidentally investing in a fake. Browse the guidelines below for tips on how to avoid a cheap imitation of the Gu... Read >

Are You Sure Your Chanel Ballerina Flats Are Authentic?

05th October 2009
Perhaps the most important feature to inspect when it comes to detecting a fake Chanel shoe is the label. Chanel's Cambon line of ballerina flats has only one label, and it should read "CHANEL". If you see a Cambon ballerina flat that is labeled as "CC" i... Read >

How To Tell a Real Manolo Blahnik from a Fake Manolo Blahnik

02nd October 2009
Manolo Blahniks are high-end shoes designed by (and named after) the fashion designer Manolo Blahnik. Blahnik had a Czech father, Spanish mother and was raised in the Canary Islands. His first Manolo Blahnik workshop and store were located on Old Church S... Read >

Causes and Complications of Toe Amputation

02nd October 2009
Toe amputations may be necessary for several reasons. Infection is perhaps the most common cause for infection and is often associated with foot problems relating to diabetes. In addition to infection, toes may need to be amputated due to trauma, loss of ... Read >

Midsoles: EVA versus PU

30th September 2009
When deciding which running shoe to buy, perhaps the most important feature of the shoe is its midsole. You can't see the midsole (it is sandwiched between the outsole and the insole), but it is largely responsible for the cushioning your feet, knees, hip... Read >

Breaking Down Common Midsole Jargon

29th September 2009
Buying running shoes can be overwhelming, especially when you have to decipher all the high-tech jargon the companies throw at you. What's the difference between ClimaProof and ClimaCool (to use an example from adidas)? Or when you buy a pair of Asi... Read >

Croslite and Crocs: Turning a Good Idea into a Multi-Million Dollar Enterprise

28th September 2009
Crocs are distinctive in many ways - the bright colors, the ventilation holes, not to mention the forefront of the shoe that looks something like the snout of a...crocodile. But without a doubt, one of the first characteristics of Crocs that people commen... Read >

Deformities that Affect the Little Toe

25th September 2009
The fifth toe on our foot takes a lot of abuse largely thanks to the fashionable shoes we wear. This little toe is squeezed, squashed, smashed and shoved into footwear of all shapes and sizes. The unfortunate results are foot deformities and injuries that... Read >

Causes and Treatments for Overlapping Toes

24th September 2009
Overlapping toes is usually a congenital deformity that causes one toe to lie on top of another toe. It most often occurs with the little toe, but the middle toes can also be affected. Sometimes overlapping toes develop as the result of other foot conditi... Read >

What You Should Know About Metatarsalgia

23rd September 2009
Metatarsalgia generally refers to pain that affects the ball of your foot. It is sometimes called a "stone bruise." It most often occurs in the first metatarsal head (the ball of the foot just under the big toe) where there are two small sesamoid bones. ... Read >

How to Treat a Sprained Toe

23rd September 2009
A good treatment regimen for recovering from a sprained toe may include:1. Rest. This is perhaps the simplest treatment and the most difficult to commit to, but if a sprained toe is going to heal quickly, you must give your injured toe a break. Take a few... Read >

How to Tell If Your Toe is Sprained or Fractured

15th September 2009
It can be difficult to tell the difference between a broken toe and a sprained toe. Sometimes you will hear the bone break, or you will see that the toe has been knocked out of its socket (i.e., dislocated). These signs and symptoms usually point to a tra... Read >

Best Brands of Shoes for Diabetics

22nd August 2009
The average person does not think about feet when they hear the word diabetes. But as almost any diabetic would tell you, foot infections are among the more serious problems that diabetics face. The combination of poor circulation (which affects the extre... Read >

Etonic Soft-Tech Dress Shoes

21st August 2009
If you are looking for a line of dress shoes that looks stylish but will give you top quality support, traction and motion control, check out Etonic's collection of Soft-Tech shoes. The shoe SFT20-1 comes in Black/Black, White/Black and White/White. It... Read >
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