Hotter Comfort Concept Shoes decide to share their five decades of specialist shoe making knowledge by creating a new ‘how to’ guide to healthy happy feet.
As part of efforts to help keep today’s ‘on-the-go’ society on their feet, the experts at Hotter shoes have combined their in-depth knowledge of footwear design and manufacture with foot health advice to reveal top secrets to make happy feet, including:
– Shoe features to consider which actively promote comfort
– Tips for how and when to buy shoes for optimum comfort fit
– Foot health advice and suggestions from leading UK specialists
– Foot exercises to help build a healthier lifestyle
– Shoe tips for orthotics wearers
The handy guide also includes suggestions on which type of shoes to choose for a variety of health conditions including diabetes, painful heels, corns, calluses and bunions.
“There is an obvious synergy between shoes and feet. We’ve been working for decades to create the world’s most comfortable shoes and decided to share some of the knowledge we have accrued to help people make their own feet happy,” commented product design director Paul Sayers.
“Our Guide to Happy Healthy Feet combines insight from our own design team with foot health knowledge from respected professionals which should help anyone who has ever struggled to find a pair of shoes that fit well and feel comfortable”, added Paul.
With an enthusiasm and passion for comfort which runs right across the company’s design and manufacturing teams, every aspect of a Hotter shoe is given individual attention to guarantee the ultimate, lightweight comfort feel. Elements such as extra wide fitting shoes, soft leathers and padded heels can be seen straight away, but even more are discretely hidden within the footwear. Features can include extra space for toes to wiggle and flex, smooth internal seams and soles which are filled with millions of air bubbles to make them both light and shock absorbing. These comfort features are the perfect environment to create happy feet for people who are suffering from a number of foot problems and Hotter’s Happy Feet guide offers valuable, and often life improving, insight.