Want to know how to stop heel slip?
Check out the video below…
One of the biggest challenges people have when it comes to new shoes or boots is heel slippage.
The boot or shoe could be the correct length for your foot, but as soon as you try it on, you notice that your heel slips.
That’s something you don’t want to happen.
One big reason why is it can make existing foot issues worse. It can change the entire dynamic of how your foot moves. The more that happens, the worse the issues become. It could even cause foot issues that didn’t exist before.
Blisters are just one small example of what can pop up.
When your heel slips, it’s generally a sign that the shoe isn’t the right fit for you. It could be that the shoe is simply the wrong size, the toe box is too big, or the shoe is too wide.
There is a whole host of reasons why your heel could slip.
Whatever the reason, you want to lock your heel in place.
And the most important part of that is to make sure the shoes fit the right way when you buy them.
That’s why it’s so important to go through an actual shoe-fitting process, and not just order a pair of shoes sight unseen online.
But what do you do if you already have shoes and your heels are slipping?
Well, in the video on this page, I go into a few strategies you can use that will help with this issue.
Now, if you are still dealing with this issue, and have tried everything in this video, then there’s something else going on that needs to be looked at.
If that’s the case, scroll down below and schedule a time with me so we can get everything squared away.
In the meantime, make sure you try the techniques in the video.