Do you choose your barefoot shoes based on Price?

Do you choose your barefoot shoes based on Price?

I'll tell you about a tense situation I sometimes get into, when a customer calls me to return his minimalist shoes because he says they don't fit his feet.

You'll see.

You can return your shoes if you don't like them, if they don't fit your feet or because you regret it in the end.

This is not a problem.

The tense situation is when he calls me pissed off because he says that what I sell is not healthy or minimalist, and that of course he doesn't want to take care of sending the shoes back to me, because the problem is with the shoes that are defective.

And he's partly right, not all minimalist shoes fit all types of feet.

In other words.

If a shoe doesn't fit you, is it a defect in the shoe or that the model doesn't fit the shape of your feet?

It's like Gasol, the basketball player, trying to fit into a Mini Cooper or a size XS t-shirt.

Does that mean the car or T-shirt is badly made?

No, they are simply too small for him.

This brings me to an important thought:

Not all feet are the same, and therefore, not all shoes will be right for everyone.

That's why it's essential that when buying your shoes you consider their characteristics: the width, the volume, the shape of the toe.

And while price may be an attractive factor, it should not be the sole criterion for your selection.

Take a look at these tables:



That said, here are a few tips to make sure you make the right choice:

1. Know your foot: do you have wide feet, narrow feet, feet with a lot of instep or maybe flat feet?

2. Look at different brands: As you will see, there are many brands of minimalist shoes. The aim is that you can choose the one that best suits your needs.

3. Try at home: Make sure you try the shoes at home and walk around in them a bit before you decide to keep them.

4. Don't impulse buy: The price may be tempting, but make sure the shoes are really what you need.

5. If you have any doubts, ask me: you know you can do it by wasap, email or phone.

As I said before, every foot is different and there is no one-size-fits-all solution.

The important thing is that you find the shoe that fits your feet perfectly and makes you feel comfortable.

I'm telling you everything and I'm telling you nothing.

Health starts with your feet.

Antonio Caballo.

Pd. My client complained that the Coqueflex Yumi were not right for her. They are perfect for my mother.

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