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Food Penther Did you understand that Food Penther people with level feet will in general destroy their shoe quicker?! Using running shoes for level feet can truly help save you money by growing the future of your shoes.

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SOURCE: Replacement shoe for Sigma EF-500

I had the same thing happen. Sent it into Sigma, they replaced it for 50 bucks.

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Short shoe goes to the front, long to the rear.

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Wear socks

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SOURCE: dryer will not restart after tennis shoe getting stuck in it


Make sure door is closed firmly. Try to Press and hold the START Button for 4-5 Seconds.

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This is a pretty straight forward repair. Normally the hardest part of the repair is dis-assembly of the rear brake assembly components and retaining clips. There is a special tool, set of pliers you can purchase to simplify some of this but typically you can do the job with a Pair or Regular pliers, pair of Needle nose pliers and a large blades flat screw driver. For step by step instructions and illustrations of the work area I recommend the Haynes Repair manual for your vehicle.

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I understand the problem. I have the same one. My feet are hot in them.

Mar 15, 2014 | Clothing Accessories


Distinguishing between walking and running shoes

Walking and running shoes while they may look very similar to you when you first see them are not designed to function in the same way. They were each made with a specific motion in mind. For running there is more padding in the heel of the shoe because this is the part of the foot that takes the most impact when you run, walking shoes are made to be more flexible. Walking shoes are made to support the rolling motion that your foot makes while you walk, this is a different motion from the stride of a runner.

Along with the different stride running shoes are designed to stabalize and propel the runner forward so the shoes have a very slight angle. If you are looking for walking shoes you don't need this angle because you roll through the step using your whole foot.

If you ever have seen a pair of running and walking shoes next to each other the one most distinguishing feature is that of the heel shape. Running shoes are designed to give the runner more stability so the heels will be flaired. Since a walker's foot hits the ground heel first the flaired heel will be in the way of the smooth rolling motion of the foot. When looking for a running shoe make sure that the heels are straight or undercut not flaired.

Running shoes are also made with considerable more mesh materials to ventalate the foot because of the amount of sweat that is produced while running.

Finally you can check the flexability of the shoe. Walking shoes should bend at more towards the front of your foot because walkers push off with their toes. Running shoes will have a bend closer the middle of the foot because runners push off with the balls of their feet.

Like all sports you have to make sure that you are using the right equipment to prevent injury. Even though the shoes may look very similar using walking shoes for running or walking shoes for running can cause injury to your feet, legs and knees. So be careful!

on Oct 08, 2013 | Luggage & Travel


Benefits of boxing shoes

Just like basketball, soccer, and other sports, boxers have their own shoes as well.Boxing shoes' main benefit is that they're light. So light, that you barley even feel them! The reason why boxing shoes are light is so the boxer can move quicker. Boxing shoes come in to two types: high-top and low-top, each having their own benefits. High-top boxing shoes provide great protection for the ankle and lower shins. Low top boxing shoes enable the boxer to have greater mobility. Another benefit of boxing shoes is that they have permeability in order to keep the boxer's feet cool and dry. In addition, boxing shoes have non-slip rubber, which lets the boxer pivot without getting stuck to the mat. Finding boxing shoes at local stores is not always easy, so if you're having hard time,you can go online and purchase them at websites like

on Aug 01, 2012 | Boxing

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How long do running shoes last?

Running shoes last roughly between 300-500 miles or between 4-6 months. These are rough estimates as there are several factors that contribute to the breakdown of your shoe, like how often you are running, what surface you are running on, and other factors like heat and weight.

Jan 14, 2013 | Running

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What's the use of bowling shoes?

In most bowling places you can rent bowling shoes just be carefulwhen you choose a shoe, it's need to perfectly fit your feet not too tight yetnot too loose. The sole of the non-sliding foot is generally made of rubber toprovide traction, while the sliding foot's sole is made of a smooth and flatmaterial that allows a bowler to slide into his release with a rubber heel toallow for braking. Renting shoes is much easier and comfortable and I adviseyou to do so, have fun.

Jul 23, 2012 | Sport & Outdoor - Others


Tips for foot friendly shoes and wearing: ?Shake out your shoes before putting...

Tips for foot friendly shoes and wearing: <br /> &bull;Shake out your shoes before putting them on <br />&bull;If possible, wear shoes at all times, indoors and out. <br />&bull;Try to buy shoes with closed toes as they protect your feet from injury <br />&bull;Buy shoes late in the day as feet tend to swell <br />&bull;Have your shoes professionally fitted by a footwear specialist if possible <br />&bull;Heel should be low, less than 5 centimeters

on Oct 27, 2010 | Clothing Accessories


Tip on shoes size Changes over time

Here are a few reasons your shoe size might have changed: 1. Have you lost or gained weight? 2. If your shoes are old they may have stretched out to fit your feet perfectly. 3. If you've been walking around in bare feet frequently you may find your feet are a little wider than they used to be. You may need a bigger shoe size.

on Oct 27, 2010 | Clothing Accessories

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Salomon 2005 kiana fitting with burton lexa binding- size advice

A huge proportion of footwear of all sorts are made using sizes taken from the standard Italian last. It has become a sort of tradition because Italian shoes have been world reknown for elegance - as a nation the Italians have notoriously narrow feet. People who don't have "Italian" feet usually need to buy shoes based on width fit in order to achieve comfort and in doing so will often end up buying shoes that are up to three sizes too long..

Add into this unsatisfactory situation the fact that not all manufacturers cut on the generous side, as with clothes, and the further problem when shoes are produced in metric and then converted into British or American sizes that rarely coincide, providing low cost manufacturers a further opportunity for meanness and rendering the more expensive footwear generally superior as being much closer to the size printed on the shoes or boots. Buying shoes and boots these days with preconceived notions about what size you need is a pathway to unnecessary expense and discomfort and much disappointment.

Only expensive children's shoes, exclusive brands, a very few specialist and bespoke shoes are available in a variety of width fittings for each size, leather shoes do have the benefit of "bedding in" but shoes and boots made of synthetic materials rarely do and if they do it is a slow process.
People who must buy mailorder often order two, three or more pairs at once in order to make comparisons.

If you are not in a position to do that I suggest you either have your feet measured for width and length or obtain the instructions to measure them yourself and then provide the measurements to the shoe or boot supplier or manufacturer and request they supply boots to fit the width of your obviously non-Italian feet.

Jun 26, 2017 | Salomon Winter Sports

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Discoloring on feet - especially black Arche shoes. Hpw to solve

So you are saying the shoes you are wearing are giving you discoloration? That seems to be a manufacturing problem with cheap materials the shoes is made of. You personally still liking the shoes but not the effects of it could wear invisible socks so that they protect your feet but cant be seen. Or wear stockings so it rubs off onto the stockings and not your feet. If that doesn't work or suit you try doing something to the actually shoe. Maybe putting something on it to act like a shield. Like clear nail polish can be a solution since it would create a clear wall between your feet and the color of the shoes.

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Why can not I dance in my normal street shoes? And what shoe size shall I order? My normal street shoe size, bigger or smaller?

Dancing in your normal street shoes is not forbidden (in most places) but by doing so you instantly make it harder for yourself to use your feet properly and put yourself in disadvantaged position. That's because no normal street shoes are so soft as dance shoes and you won't be able to use your feet to the best of their ability. Regarding your second questions -The general answer is: Yes, you should order your normal street size, unless otherwise stated. Some particular shoe models make exception from this rule, but this will be explained when you come across such shoe.

Oct 27, 2010 | Clothing Accessories

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