The Super Bowl is more than just a game. It’s a day that should be a holiday because we celebrate it as if it was Christmas, New Years Eve, the Fourth of July, and Thanksgiving all rolled up into one. It’s a day when girlfriends, wives, sisters, mothers, and grandmothers join together in unison to drink, eat and be merry with their male counter parts. It’s a day when people actually look forward to seeing commercials on TV because let’s face it, big time corporations pay big time bucks to entertain us during timeouts. The Super Bowl, in my opinion, is the best day of the year because it means football, comfort, food, cold beverages, and good times. So where does foot comfort come into to play? Well, let’s think about it. Foot comfort is crucial when celebrating anything, and to acquire foot comfort you’ll need proper footwear. This is where HealthyFeetStore.com can be your very best friend and an ally against sore, painful feet on Super Bowl Sunday.
Below are recommended shoes and foot care products that will keep your feet comfortable and healthy during the big game.
So picture this – you’re on the couch with bed hair, wearing a robe with a big bowl of chips on your belly and a cold one in your hand as the Super Bowl pre-game commentary plays in the background. You’re enjoying Super Bowl Sunday in the comfort of your own home and you just took the last sip of your beer. You then begin to get off the couch to get another brewski when you notice that your tile floor is cold and hard against your feet, making you wince in discomfort. So, how could you have made this situation better? Well, you could have easily put a mini fridge or cooler full of beer next to your couch, but that would have been a bit excessive, so the next best thing would have been to wear sheepskin slippers. Why – because sheepskin slippers are extremely comfortable. They’re soft, cushioned and have thermoregulation properties, which means they’ll keep your feet warm in the winter and cool in the summer. They also have durable outsoles – something that would come in handy during touchdown dances or quick trips from your couch to the bathroom.
Arch Support Insoles
So picture this – you find yourself at a sophisticated Super Bowl party where the dress code doesn’t include sweat pants or jerseys. At this point, you’re probably asking yourself, “Why did I come to this party?” But at least the setting is nice, the food is gourmet, and the wine is poured like an endless waterfall. But unfortunately, your feet start to get sore because you wore dress shoes with no arch support. The more you walk around, the more you over-pronate, causing painful stress in your feet and lower limbs. So how could you have prevented this? Well, you probably should have skipped the party
in the first place, but since you didn’t, putting arch support insoles with a heel cup design into your shoes would have been a great idea. Arch support insoles provide the support needed to align lower limbs and the heel cup design helps stabilize the heel. Arch support insoles can also help improve posture and alleviate discomfort caused by over-pronation, plantar fasciitis, heel pain, arch pain and back pain. Having arch support insoles in your shoes would have also minimized your foot discomfort as you high-tailed out of that stupid party.
So picture this – you’re about to join your loved one on the couch to watch the big game. You have your stretchy pants on and you’re wearing your teams jersey that’s two sizes too big, which is perfect since you plan to feast on kettle chips, salsa, pizza, ribs, cheeseburgers, wings, beer, wine and just about anything that can be consumed during the big game. Instead of wearing shoes, you opt to wearing socks because you’re a sock person. But as you sift through your sock drawer, all you find are old-crusty- holed cotton socks that were once soft to the touch. So what could you have done to make this situation better? You should have packed your drawer full of diabetic socks. Remember, you don’t have to be a diabetic to wear diabetic socks. Think of diabetic socks as regular socks on steroids. They’re made with materials that are healthier than plain cotton material, they’re just as warm as other socks, and they’re designed to offer therapeutic benefits by reducing pressure points due to their seamless design. They also offer antibacterial properties and wick moisture away to keep feet dry, refreshed and odor-free, which is a good thing since you wouldn’t want to kill the awesome Super Bowl vibe with smelly feet.
So picture this – you’re at your buddy’s barbeque Super Bowl party where participating in fun, physical activities are part of the norm before the big game. In fact, your friend has come up with a theme for his party: The Super Bowl Olympics, which includes potato sack races, horse shoes, Frisbee football, pony-keg tossing and dodge ball. But after sprinting down the field to score an important touchdown during Frisbee football, you have to come out of the game due to foot pain that was most likely caused by your flat, un-cushioned skateboard shoes; and because you now have foot pain, your team members have abandoned you, making you the loner of the party. So how could you have prevented this from happening? You should have worn well designed athletic shoes that have orthopedic features. Orthopedic-friendly athletic shoes have removable footbeds that can be replaced with custom orthotics or arch support inserts. They also have breathable upper designs to keep feet moisture-free, and their footbeds are anatomically shaped, well cushioned and shock absorbent. By wearing orthopedic athletic shoes you would have experienced all day comfort, won gold in all events, and been the MVP of the Super Bowl Olympics.