As the autumnal weather sets in, it’s time for you to take a step in the right direction so you don’t get cold feet. People always remember to pamper their feet in the warm summer months because they are more exposed to the world. However, it’s just as important to take care of your feet during the winter. Below are some tips from me for giving your feet the proper care this winter.
When your feet are kept in a warm, moist environment for long periods of time – like winter boots – it provides an ideal environment for toenail fungus to grow and thrive. I recommend:
Giving your feet the proper upkeep will keep them looking nice so you’ll be ready when summer comes back around.
Buying Winter Boots
Invest in a pair of boots that fit properly and are easy to get on and off whilst wearing thick winter socks.
Whether you're slogging through snow or contending with dampness, chill and muddy conditions, it's important to take care of your feet all winter long. You'll want them to be healthy and ready for action when spring finally arrives.
Now you’ve put away your sandals, you will want a pair of boots that are both stylish and warm. Here are some tips to help you decide what boots are best for you.
Walking boots/shoes are designed for people who walk for prolonged periods, over differing terrains. They offer good support, grip and are usually made of leather or other durable and waterproof material.
These boots are a popular fashion accessory and are usually lined with sheepskin. They offer warmth and comfort but are not designed for our winters. They offer little or no support and are not waterproof.
These are heavier than fashion boots but are waterproof and have a good grip. They are designed with warmth in mind but can be fashionable too.