Men get to have much better support in their shoes, and some of the things that are styled for women have no support El Paso Strong Shirt anywhere. A comfortable shoe to wear all day should have a little rise, some padding in the sole, support for arches, and cover enough of the instep to make them unlikely to slip. It is very hard to find a decent women’s shoe that has all these features. Depends on the definition of ‘shoe’. There was a lot of videography of trainers in the segment, yet neither males or females can wear them in Japan at work, by and large.
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This footage El Paso Strong Shirt is totally misleading and serves to complicate the issue. A decent shoe is what is comfortable for the individual. It is not a prescribed medium. Some find a small heel better, some do not. A few would still wear heels every day. It’s a personal choice but insisting women wear heels which have medical consequences is not so different to Chinese footbinding of women which was outlawed thankfully. Japan needs to get with the program here. No, I didn’t mean a compromise.
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I just looked at many of the shoes being shown in the video and most of those are not good for feet that have to walk, stand, or deal with the weather. I already have a slight deformity of one foot due to a birth defect so there is/was no way that I could wear high heels at work. Thankfully they weren’t a requirement but what would have happened had it been so?
Not everyone El Paso Strong Shirt is born with feet that can take a high heel. Agreed but it is hard to find decent shoes particularly when so many shops are closing. I won’t buy shoes online because I won’t buy shoes I can’t try on first. Plenty of companies expecting heels here. When I first worked in the city I was told to wear 1 1/2 inch heels, couldn’t wear trousers without a note from my GP saying it was for medical reasons and my skirt had to be on the knee or above.