1.A high price doesn’t always mean you get the right fit or features you look for. Look for shoes that provide excellent support, cushioning and fall in the middle price range.
2.Wear the same type of socks that you intend to wear with the shoes.
3.Turn over the shoe and see the solace, make sure they are hard enough to provide protection from sharp objects and see if they provide cushioning
4.Walking shoes should be lightweight and breathable. The cushioning should be thickest in the heel and the shoe should be flexible enough to bend in your hands.
5.Grab the shoe at the ball and heel. Bend the shoe from front to back. The shoe should bend right near the ball of the foot
6.The foot can increase half a shoe size in a day, shop for footwear at the end of the day, when your foot size is at its maximum.
7.At least half inch should be allowed between the end of your longest toe and the end of the shoe. Usually one foot can be larger than the other and in such cases choose the best fit for the larger foot. Visit shoosed.com for more.