Almost every shoe feels tight and uncomfortable when you have a wide forefoot. This is especially problematic when you are trying to buy running or walking shoes. Luckily there is a solution to having a wide forefoot. Read through this article and tie this on for size.
Running with a wide forefoot can cause ball of foot pain, deformation, and numbness to the toes. If you have a wide forefoot, finding shoes that allow your feet enough wiggle room and blood circulation is paramount. Just in case you are having a hard time finding appropriate shoes, the way you lace the ones you have can make a big difference.
A Step-by-Step Lacing Guide
Step 1: Unlace your shoe almost all the way down. Leave the first two holes laced so that they both go in to the shoe.
Step 2: Take the lace on the right, and instead of crossing it over the top of the shoe, bring it up through the next hole on the same side.
Step 3: Using the same lace method as above, thread it through the next hole on the same side. This lace should now be on the inside of the shoe about halfway up.
Step 4: Repeat steps 2-3 on the left side.
Step 5: Continue lacing the shoe in a normal fashion, crossing the laces over the top of the shoe.
Step 6: Tie at the top as usual.
This way of lacing can help provide your wide forefoot with lots of extra wiggle room and circulation.Wear KURU Shoes for More Room for your Forefoot
Consider KURU shoes when searching for walking shoes to accommodate a wide forefoot. Since KURU shoes are created around a foot-shaped last, the forefoot of a KURU shoe is naturally wider.
On top of extra wiggle room for your toes, the patented KURUSOLE technology in each pair of KURU shoes gives you incredible arch support and a deep heel cup that flexes with every step to hug the contours of your feet for comfort that is unmatched.
Experience a better fit for more comfort so you can do more and exercise longer. Get better health and happiness in a new pair of KURU shoes for your activity of choice.