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How To Select Shoes 

1. Straight Heel



 
 

2. Bend at toes only



 
 
 

3. Stable sole / bottom

The shoes should remain even and not roll. If they roll when they arenew, they will not stop the foot from rolling excessively when worn, andcan cause injury.


 



 
 
 

Other considerations

Fit, comfort, style, type of shoe, etc. are all important. Thispage is only concerned with the biomechanics of the shoe.



 
 


 




















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