Lacing Techniques To Avoid Foot Pain this well help as well as having the proper size and width selection

Lacing Techniques To Avoid Foot Pain

One of the most important ways to avoid foot pain in your shoes is to be sure you have the proper size and shoe type for your specific foot care needs. All these widths and lengths, for Men and Women, can be found at

However, did you know that the WAY you lace your shoes can also have an impact on your foot pain? If you have pain or discomfort in certain areas of your feet, you can help alleviate the pain by changing the way you lace your shoes. Please check out the below images I

Problem: Shoes feel too tight

Solution: Lace your shoes parallel across your foot to loosen up the fit.

  1. Lace the shoelaces in parallel fashion
  2. Thread by feeding shoelaces underneath every other eyelet
  3. Tie up the shoe as usual

Problem: Heel Slippage

Solution: Lace tighter near the ankle for more support.

  1. Lace the shoes as usual until the second-to-last hole
  2. Go straight up into the last one
  3. Thread the shoelace through the loop onto the other side
  4. Tie up the shoe as usual

Problem: Wide Feet

Solution: Thread the laces skipping every other eyelet to loosen the fit

  1. Lace the shoe normally with a criss-cross
  2. Thread the shoe in criss-cross fashion every other eyelet
  3. Tie up the shoe as usual

To ensure you have the best possible fit in your footwear, follow our sizing technique and you will be able o know your perfect sies by following the video and fill ou the form below ( the video) and click to send to us. We’ll get back to you about the correct size and width. While these lacing techniques can certainly help to customize your feet, being sure you have the correct shoe size is the most important thing you can do to feel great on your feet!

Here’s the way to make sure your size and width are correct:

The Proper Sizing Technique

Why is so hot?  Well here is just a few  reasons (that we’ll mention in this article) and also why is growing so fast:

We carry sizes from 4A to 14E widths for Men and Women. Try to find all those sizes under one website! Yes, we do provide 9E 10E and 14E widths for Men and Women. Yes, we carry 4A (Slender eight styles) and 2A (Narrow 42 styles) for Ladies and B (Narrow 5 styles) for Men as well. So to repeat this (this is how vital these widths are to our site) that is available: Slender’s, Narrow’s to Extra Extra Extra Wide Widths ( 7E 9E 10E 14E) for Ladies. Narrow’s to Extra Extra Extra Wide (9E 10E 14E)Widths for Men.

We have styles in Men’s 5 to 6 ( in length), and those are hard sizes to find.

We have extended bottoms for the protection of your plantar (bottom) of your feet, and there is no more hang-over, of your feet, dealing with our footwear.

We carry lengths up to a 20 for Men and 15 in Women’s.

Most of our styles are perfect for diabetics as well, but you don’t have to be a diabetic to fall in love with our footwear and inserts. 80 percent of our customers are individuals that need that added support (because their current shoe is lacking support and comfort and is very disappointing to them). They need the feeling of maximum support/comfort and the additional sense of “walking on a pillow” all day long ( this pillow concept is from dealing with our unbelievable insert program) with their new footwear.

Again, receive 1 to 3 sets of Heat Moldable Customized Inserts (value up to $240) all for FREE – YES FREE!! Once you start wearing these inserts, you never go back to the conventional form of support. Most shoes and that is athletic, or comfort footwear provides poor supporting inserts.

We teach you how to measure your feet correctly and our changes, we have made over the years, has been astonishing!

Still, more advantages that have helped us grow but I won’t put you to sleep!



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Ron Heinlein  | President/Founder | Cell # 909-215-1622
            Designer Therapeutic Footwear Co.
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