Halloween Trick or Treat Shoes for the Family

Oct 15th, 2013 by John Almodovar | Be The First To Comment

By guest blogger, Ken Rahmes

Halloween Trick or Treat Shoes

It’s that time of year again.  Ghouls and goblins will soon be running, skipping, tricking and getting treats all around the neighborhood.  Mom, dad, even grandparents will be walking sidewalks, climbing porch steps, and crossing streets.  Flashlights may be employed.  Keeping up with the younger set and enjoying the experience will be much easier with comfortable and supportive footwear.  And the youngsters themselves will have more energy and be less likely to twist an ankle or stub a toe with the right shoesHealthyFeetStore.com has just what is needed for the entire family to glide through the evening with smiling faces (behind the masks).  See what these brands have to offer.  They’ll  turn all your tricks into treats.

New Balance ShoesNew Balance
Stable, cushioned, motion controlled athletic sneakers from New Balance provide both comfort and protection from arch and heel pain as well as discomfort associated with plantar fasciitis.  Walking and running shoes, slip resistant shoes, athletic training shoes, sandals, and insoles for cushioned support and metatarsal support are some of the New Balance products available at the HealthyFeetStore.com.  You’ll love them and your kids will too.  New Balance Athletic Shoes for kids are designed for active youngsters.  Long-wearing durable outsoles, breathable uppers, and cushioned midsoles for shock absorption let children play longer, run farther, and jump higher.

Brooks
Brooks Shoes for Halloween ComfortBrooks produces some of the most technologically advanced athletic shoes available.  Brooks motion control shoes address severe pronation issues, flat feet, low arches, and ankle instability.  SADMERC approved for use as medical shoes and diabetic footwear, Brooks motion control shoes will make your Halloween jaunt a cake walk.  Supination problems?  High arches?  But only minimal or no pronation issues?  Brooks stability shoes are more flexible than motion control shoes and are designed to help prevent stress injuries such as plantar fasciitis and Achilles tendonitis.  Brooks cushioned or neutral shoes are just the thing to enhance your performance whether out for a run, just running around the office, or chasing after the little goblins on Halloween.  How will they carry those heavy bags of goodies?  Well Brooks Kids’ Adrenaline GTS and PureFlow Athletic Shoes will maximize their energy while protecting their feet.  BioMoGo midsoles are cushioned and biodegradable.  Pod configurations help with balance and stability.

Aetrex
Aetrex ShoesAetrex shoes (now with Apex labels) are all about foot health and pain prevention.  Biomechanically designed to relieve stress in vulnerable areas of the foot, Aetrex shoes feature absorbing topsole technology, Plastazote linings molding the shoe to your foot, anatomically designed toe boxes, soft padded collars to prevent blisters, and removable insoles providing room for specialized orthotic inserts.  A5500 coded as diabetic footwear, with these shoes you won’t be thinking about your feet during the holidays unless responding to compliments on your fashionable shoes.  Casual and walking shoes in many styles are available.

Spira
Spira Shoes for HalloweenWork longer, play longer with Spira’s WaveSpring® technology.  WaveSpring’s unique energy return design reduces stress on the body allowing you to keep going longer – it recycles your own energy!  Tested by Michigan State University in 2001, the “spring” in your step is so good the USATF (the United States’ governing body for Track and Field) bans Spira shoes from competition.  What’s bad for competition is good for you.  Maximal shock absorption, enhanced breathability, mid-foot support, and torsional stability for control are just some of the quality features that make Spira your first choice when overseeing hyperactive ghouls and goblins this Halloween.

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