Top Toe Shape!
With all of the frights, and terrors let’s leave our feet out of the scary mess. Sprained ankles, added weight to your feet from a cosutme or high heels; whatever it may be: below we have listed tips & advice on how to take it easy on your feet this Halloween season.
1. Layers, layers, layers! An overlooked healthy tip in keeping your feet not only warm, but safe from additional harm is to layer your socks especially when it’s frigid outside which often happens around Halloween. Try to stay away from cotton socks as they absorb the moisture.
2. Keep an eye out on the tempature. If you are planning on being out & about on Halloween night, make sure that tempatures are safe for all night activities such as trick or treating. Consider the wind chill when hitting the spooky streets, as wet & cold feet are painful & to help prevent frostbite.
3. Insulation, please. Keep your shoes insulated for added layers of protection. Especially if your customer calls for a thin layer of outer protection.
4. Step out of your costume. Like the above tip, sometimes our costumes call for a very thing shoe & some costumes recommend no shoes. While shoes may not be in style for your costume, we recommend wearing them for support.
5. High heeled beauty. We’re sure you’ve experienced blisters, nerve pain on the balls of your feet, and plantar fasciitis from the heel pain your shoes carry; none of which are a spirited way to end a fun night! Keep in mind that the pain from high heels are not always worth the sex-kitten look your costume may bring.
6. Reflect yourself. Did you know that each Halloween, at least five kids are hit by cars? It is a good idea to put bright, reflective tape on your child’s shoes so they can be seen in the dark.
7. Safety first. There will be several tripping hazard from decorative items on Halloween such as pumpkins, ghouls and other scary decorations on peoples porches, steps and yards. Be sure to talk with your kids & remind them to always be on the look out and to carry a flash light so they can see where they are walking. If sidewalks are available, always use those.