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Demystifying SE in Shoes: “Understanding Special Editions”

You may have observed that certain shoes have different terms used in their descriptions when you go shoe shopping. You will come across terminology such as Grade School (GS), Player Exclusive (PE)...

Decoding GS in Shoes: What Does it Mean?

Here you will learn about the terms of shoes! Maybe you have seen the abbreviation GS and are curious to know its meaning in the shoe business. We will define the phrase and go over what it means in...

Zero Drop Shoes: Potential Drawbacks and Foot Health

Although the term ”zero drop shoes” may suggest a new footwear brand, it aims to replicate barefoot movement. A significant increase in Achilles, calf, knee, and foot injuries occurred more than...

Decoding Shoe Sizes: Understanding Length Measurements in Footwear

Have you ever purchased shoes only to find they were completely too small?  Perhaps while buying online, you came across a pair that you simply had to add to your cart or maybe you took...

What are slide shoes and what makes them

Slide shoes have made a name on their own as the preferred option for fashion, comfort, and adaptability in the world of today’s footwear. Entering the world of these casual yet stylish shoes will...

What’s the difference between flip-flops and slides

As an easy shoe to put on and take off in a matter of seconds sandals are a great option for casual day-to-day wear. Whole flip-flops and slides are two of our most popular sandal varieties. Comparing...

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Frequently Asked Questions!

Measure your feet using a ruler or a Brannock device. Refer to the brand's size chart as sizes may vary, and consider the type of shoe and its intended use for a more accurate fit.

Use a suede brush or eraser to remove dirt and stains. For deeper cleaning, consider a suede cleaner. Always follow care instructions provided by the manufacturer and avoid water exposure to prevent damage.

Look for proper arch support, cushioning, and a good fit. Consider your running style, terrain, and any specific foot conditions. It's also essential to replace running shoes regularly to maintain optimal support.

A versatile collection should include comfortable sneakers, classic loafers, stylish boots, formal dress shoes, and athletic shoes for various occasions.

Wear new shoes for short periods initially to allow them to adjust to your feet. Use blister-prevention products, and consider using a shoe stretcher or wearing thick socks to help break them in gradually.