More than 90% of women at least sometimes, but wear shoes that hurt them, these are the data of the American Association of Orthopedists. Many manufacturers of insoles promise that their products will reduce the pain of high heels, provide comfort throughout the day and soft support for the arch of the foot. Consumer Report tested different types of insoles, the study evaluated insoles of three different manufacturers, costing from 8 to 13 dollars. To evaluate their quality, 14 women shoppers wore them in high-heeled shoes from 5 to 11 cm high. According to the test, women had to go at least 5,5 miles. The participants in the experiment did not notice the difference between ordinary shoes and shoes with insoles Dr.Scholl's. The result is zero. Foot Pedals Killer Kushionz provided greater comfort, but negligible. Fab Feet Three-Quarter good to wear and care. However, according to the participants, not one of the models was worth the money that paid for them.
India wants to ban leather shoes in schools
Indian Association for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) wants to ban leather shoes for students. Own proposal PETA motivates by the huge pollution of water that occurs during the process of tanning the leather, and the killing of animals for the sake of hides.
Indian authorities support PETA in the noble desire to protect our smaller brothers. In the state of Himachal Pradesh, a document on the ban on leather shoes in schools has already been submitted for discussion to the legislature.
Walsa Niar-Singh, a spokeswoman for the Department of Natural Resources, said they received a letter from 12 on March PETA with the offer.