You don't have to be a shoe fanatic, or even very invested in the fashion industry to understand the importance of a good pair of kicks. they can be the maker or breaker of your mood and even affect your overall health. This infographic titled, 'comfort shoes for men and women history' delves into the history of the shoe and provides some very interesting blips about their evolutionary path up to modern times. As you may have already noted, things get pretty interesting by the roaring twenties. Chuck Taylor's converse have become a preferred household brand and expanded to have an internationally prominent presence.
Among the other big brands, Adidas, Nike, New Balance, and Reebok have had similar success to report, expanding their product repository to include more designs, different products, and even some popular offshoots. They went from offering shoes that had fundamentally basic support and design to shoes that now accommodate every size, shape and width in a period of less than a century. All that innovation has been noted, not only by consumers such as ourselves, but by our friends at Schuler's Shoe, who carry a broad assortment of shoes for men, women, and children's shoes. They even have in house services for local that include a free foot screening. It really doesn't matter what type of shoe you fancy because they've got a bit of everything here (seriously, when is the last time that you heard someone use the word clogs to refer to their shoes? It's magnificent, the proper pseudonyms in tact and all, we're eye's a very lovely pair right now that would match up nicely with my birthday sweater in taupe). Before I talk you out of visiting for yourself, I'll stop here; In the mean time, check them out and feel free to share your finds by commenting!