Finding comfortable heels is what most women want, and that is that combining comfort with fashion and elegance, often becomes impossible. However, we bring you the solution! Have you ever thought about using your Tango shoes for a NO tango outing? so yes, you are on the right track.
The right shoes make the difference, but most women’s shoes are designed with aesthetics in mind. If you are thinking of giving up heels forever or you are canceling plans by thinking of “another night of pain”, it may be time to consider something new: tango shoes.
Many women have to deal with the difficult task of wearing high heels for their day to day which becomes a ‘danger’ for the feet and the discomfort is becoming more visible. Although there is no perfect shoe, or a miracle solution, there are many who come close to that perfection that all women look for their feet.
All women who have worn heels know the pain they produce after wearing them for a long time. They cause blisters, bunions and calluses, but I bet that even with all that suffering, we would use them again, without blinking.
Here are some easy tips to follow to make this pain a little easier.
The secret of the tango shoe
If you have ever seen someone dance a tango, you know how much effort there is in it. Twisting, turning and twisting takes practice, talent and commitment, as well as what can often be years of practice. Most tango dancers, of course, wear high heels and still manage to dance for hours in comfort. Your secret? The shoes.
If you’ve ever dreaded strapping on stilettos before you walk out the door, tango shoes are the weapon you need in your arsenal. Engineered to resist the pressures of dancing while still drawing attention to the floor, tango shoes are sturdy, comfortable, and best of all, they look great. Most shoes have a two to three inch heel and straps in fashionable materials, such as lace and satin, to keep your feet stable and in place. Constructed with both stability and style in mind, tango shoes can keep you on your feet longer than a standard pair of heels.
Choose the right shoes
Let’s look for shoes that don’t squeeze us or fit too big. If we feel that our fingers are very squashed, we better leave them there and look for the next size.
Use gel insoles:
A good option is to buy gel insoles that support your heel or the bottom of your feet. They are sticky to your shoes and you can also find them for sandals.
An alternative in case the shoes squeeze us the first time, is to fill two bags of water and put them inside them, then put them in the freezer until the next day. This will help the shoes expand and loosen until they are tailored and more comfortable.
Care your feet
Once a week let’s put our feet in a bathtub with warm water to relax them and easily remove dead skin. They will thank you.