Pronation of the foot. How to determine?
When running, the human body is subjected to excessive stress, so it is extremely important to ensure an appropriate balance of depreciation and stability to reduce the risk of injury.…

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Use of GORE-TEX® in shoes
The main properties of the GORE-TEX® membrane: • Long keeps water tight • actively breathing • Extremely frost resistant • Extremely bend resistant • Extremely durable Shoes are dry because…

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How to choose sneakers for a child
An adult can choose the right shoes based on their individual preferences. This is especially true of the case when we give preference to only one manufacturer. We will know…

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history of sneakers

The history of sneakers: a look at sneakerblog

You probably own at least a dozen sneakers. Sneakers, sneakers, tennis shoes, moccasins, slippers, or whatever you call them – sports shoes have left their mark on our lives since their inception in the early twentieth century. Today we look back to reproduce the chronology of the origin and transformation of this iconic shoe, to see how they achieved such popularity.

Charles Goodyear made rubber-soled shoes possible in 1839 when he invented the vulcanization process. The American inventor, who first conducted the vulcanization of rubber, a process that he discovered in 1839 and patented on June 3, 1844. Continue reading

Psychologists about men's shoes: buy him sneakers or shoes?
True, it is interesting to guess the habits and characteristics of the character of men from the appearance of shoes alone ?! What secrets does men's shoes hide? We do…

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Women's sports shoes: how to choose?
Today it is very fashionable to have as many shoes as possible. This applies equally to both women and men. Every day, fashion for shoes is constantly changing. All this…

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Pronation of the foot. How to determine?
When running, the human body is subjected to excessive stress, so it is extremely important to ensure an appropriate balance of depreciation and stability to reduce the risk of injury.…

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