Foot Health Advice

At homyped®, we are committed to creating comfort footwear of the highest quality, giving you the support you need to get the most out of your day.

Find the perfect fit

Everyone’s feet are different and wearing properly fitted shoes is so important. We specialise in width fittings and each Homyped shoe comes in its own width.

The width of your feet is as important as the length. Be mindful to cater to your longest foot and wear the most appropriate footwear for your occasion. If you’re unsure, visit your nearest homyped stockist for a personal fitting or download and print our Foot Sizing Chart to discover your perfect fit. Shop By Width Fitting

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Protect your posture

We want to help ensure your body is aligned correctly. This starts at your feet and that’s why each of our shoes is designed with anatomical footbeds to help cradle the heel, support your arch and cushion the metatarsal area to help provide you with an overall improved posture. You’ll be amazed by the difference.

 

IDENTIFY YOUR FOOT CONCERNS

It is important to consider your foot and health needs before purchasing footwear.

For people with heel pain, good underfoot cushioning is vital to reduce the stress on the ball of your foot with cushioning to the metatarsal and plantar areas. Similarly, for those with swollen feet, adjustability is a key feature for easy entry and comfort.

For those with diabetes it is paramount that their shoes have 360 degree padding and smooth, seam free linings.

For those who love to walk, wearing shoes with high traction soles helps provide secure ground contact, minimised sideways twisting and extra balance and stability.

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HAPPY HEALTHY FEET

Here is some heel to toe tips to keep your feet happy and healthy!

  • Fresh feet: Keep feet feeling fresh by washing them daily in warm soapy water, followed by a thorough dry around and in between the toes.
  • Moisturise: Nourish your feet with a good quality foot cream to help keep skin from cracking and feeling dry.
  • Get Moving: Regular exercise will help improve circulation in the legs and feet.
  • Bunions: Look for footwear with stretchy material on the sensitive area to reduce pressure.
  • Get Moving: Regular exercise will help improve circulation in the legs and feet.
  • Regular wear: Wear your shoes regularly for best use and to avoid deterioration.
  • Get to know your Feet: Don’t forget to regularly check the condition of your feet and if there are any changes seek advice from your local doctor or podiatrist.

It’s never too early or too late in life to start caring for your feet!

 

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