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Del Toro Shoes and Dwyane Wade

By KristySamone — June 21, 2012

In my second installment on the super hot Del Toro shoes I share with you the pair designed by the Miami Heat’s very own D-Wade! Originally, Del Toro made a couple of custom pairs for Wade, but he loved the shoes so much the company suggested he create his own. Based on the shoe, I could see Wade being a designer! Woo wee! The mix of fabrics on a classic shoe is FIRE, view now this website for further info!

 

Feet come in many shapes and sizes. To avoid  problems, consider the shape and size of your feet when buying a pair of walking shoes. Remember, your shoes should conform to the shape of your feet. Your feet should never be forced to conform to the shape of a pair of shoes.

Choose walking shoes that accommodate your arch type. Read the following information to learn more:

  • Neutral-arched feet. Your feet aren’t overly arched nor are they overly flat. Look for shoes with firm midsoles, straight to semicurved lasts — last refers to the shape of the sole and the footprint around which the shoe is built — and moderate rear-foot stability.
  • Low-arched or flat feet. Low arches or flat feet may contribute to muscle stress and joint problems in some individuals, though there is not a direct correlation. If you have  flat feet, you may want to find a walking shoe with a straight last and motion control to help stabilize your feet.
  • High-arched feet. High arches may help to excessive strain on joints and muscles, as your feet may not absorb shock as well, especially if you perform a lot of impact or jumping activities.

And as promised from yesterday, a closer look at the Alto Sneaker:)

And check out the Wingtip Sneakers…one word from me: LOVE!

http://www.deltoroshoes.com/


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I'm a media strategist, fashion fan and whimsical event planner. For years, I've been "reporting" from fashion shows and fabulous events to my loved one out of pure joy. Unbeknowest to me in February 2012 my sister started kristysamone.com with photos and letters I'd sent her from New York Fashion Week. She said, "I think you need a blog!" LOL! I've been trying keep us with this and life ever since:) Thanks so much for reading!

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