Ok, so I admit, the title may be a bit deceiving. You may love to control things in your life, but one thing no one can control is the passing of time. Years go by and we get older, yielding a never-ending stream of fun new body and life changes. For example, as we get older, we aren’t as stable on our feet as we were say… at twenty. And that’s ok, so long as we don’t let our new posture keep us from staying active.
A body in motion stays in motion.
Can I get an “Amen?” Oh, you’re too busy clapping? OK. At The Shoe Fits, we genuinely try to encourage our customers to improve their wellbeing in every way; from activity to diet and nutrition, to of course, the shoes on their feet. So, often times, you’ll hear a resounding chorus or two of, “A body in motion stays in motion.” We really mean it and do everything in our power to get our customers in shoes that allow them to live life to the fullest.
Why am I telling you this? I’m speaking directly to those of you who don’t feel like you can go for a walk on your own or head to the gym for an aerobics class or even take a weeklong Alaskan cruise. The very thing that will get you there and keep you standing is a well-fitting, premium pair of New Balance sneakers from their optimum control line of footwear.
What distinguishes New Balance’s optimum control line from other workout shoes on the market?
I'm so glad you asked. The construction of the sole, which is wider than normal, the combination of long lasting and absorbent materials, and lastly, the secret ingredient, Roll Bar technology, which provides incredible lateral stability throughout the foot and ankle areas. Additionally, our line of New Balance offers extended sizing from B width all the way up to 6E, with double depth in the toes for customers with bunions, hammer toes, and chronic swelling.
You may not be able to control the hand life deals you, but you can take control of your health and fitness choices one step at a time. We’re here to help! Visit your local comfort shoe store to try a pair of New Balance today.