New shoes invariably need to be “broken in”. They invariably give you a painful blister or two in the first few days.
Then there are the shoes that always feel uncomfortable, no matter how long you have been wearing them. And if you tend to suffer from plantar fascitis — a sharp stabbing pain in the heel that radiates upwards to the rest of the foot — like me, you’ll understand the importance of a good pair of shoes.
Shoes that fit properly and give the arch of your foot the right amount of support as you walk or jog. There are people who believe that all […]
The Cosmetic Valley-Essec endowment fund was set up in 2013 to promote French research and to take part in developing...