HOW DO I CHOOSE THE RIGHT WORK BOOT?
The moment your alarm goes off before the sun rises, you know today’s going to be a marathon. While the average person may walk 10,000 steps a day, you walk more than 30,000. Your work is an endurance sport. You need to fight fatigue from the very first step of the day to the last. And selecting the right work boot for the job is a key first step.
When it comes to choosing the right boot to minimize fatigue, consider three main factors: overall weight, balance and cushioning.
Logically, overall weight of the boot is one of the main elements that impacts fatigue on the feet and legs. Wearing heavier boots will fatigue feet and legs faster than lighter boots. A common misperception is that heavier boots equates to more durable boots. Heavier equates to quicker fatigue, but not necessarily more durability.
The overall balance of a boot from heel to toe is another important factor when it comes to fatigue. If a boot is toe-heavy it can lead to shin splints and sore shins, which in turn forces larger muscles to compensate, causing accelerated fatigue in those muscles as well. This soreness becomes cyclical, resulting in more fatigue, and has the potential to cause serious injuries.
Cushioning is an essential factor in comfort, but more isn’t necessarily better; it’s important to find a boot with the right amount for the job at hand.
Considering these features when buying work boots can lead to good health and also provide the most efficiency and comfort from a work boot.
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