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Water shoes are the unexpected hottest shoes of summer عرض

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Every year around this time, an "ugly" shoe trend seems to burst onto the scene and become the "it" look of the season. It happened with tourist sandals in 2019 and Birkenstocks in 2018, and now it's happening again with water shoes.

If your parents ever made you wear these waterproof shoes at the beach when you were a kid, the term probably conjures up images of mesh, flexible footwear in bright neon colors. But water shoes have gotten a major makeover in recent years and now they're vying for the hearts of fashionistas everywhere, according to a new column in the New York Times.

Traditionally, consumers have relied on water shoes to protect their feet from rocks, provide traction and drain water during all sorts of outdoor activities. But similarly to Crocs, they've usually been a purely functional piece of footwear. "Since they were mainly used for water activities like kayaking, hiking and swimming, water shoes have not been regarded for their style," Sara Skirboll, RetailMeNot shopping and trends expert, told TODAY Style.Tiny, name brand running sneakers. Sparkly dress-up flats. Wee jelly sandals and loafers…baby shoes are really, really cute. It’s almost impossible not to buy them all up! But just because they’re super-adorable, doesn’t necessarily mean your tot needs them. Worse, putting the wrong shoes on a budding walker may hinder their newfound skills. Here, we break down what your baby’s growing feet really need.

The short answer is no. Your baby does not need shoes until they start walking, according to the American Academy of Pediatrics. The only thing younger babies need on their feet are socks to keep them warm.I strongly advise against wearing outdoor shoes indoors to avoid the unnecessary and non hygienic transfer of soil, bacteria, viruses, and pollen from the environment into our homes. A study by Charles Gerba, a microbiologist and professor at the University of Arizona, and The Rockport Company found large numbers of bacteria both on the bottom and inside of shoes. Although some scientists suggest this concern is overblown, some of the bacteria found on the shoes such as E. Coli can cause intestinal and urinary tract infections, meningitis and diarrhea while other bacteria such as Klebsiella Pneumonia, can cause pneumonia as well as wound and bloodstream infections. A convenient new shoe that recently entered the market are Muvez shoes. Muvez shoes are indoor slippers with a detachable outdoor sneaker sole. These shoes would be a nice compromise for those that do not currently remove their outdoor shoes when at home. The outdoor sneaker sole easily comes off when you arrive at home turning into an indoor slipper and then quickly attaches when you leave to become an appropriate outdoor shoe.There are two reasons why many people do not wear slippers at home, one due to religious beliefs and the second due to hygienic reasons. While it's completely your choice to wear or not wear slippers at home, have you ever thought, why did we start wearing flip flops at home in the first place? There are various health benefits of wearing slippers, which you might not be aware of. Supportive, flat slippers can make a lot of difference when it comes to your well-being. Here are some of the reasons.

Do you often suffer from cold and flu through the year? While you surely need to focus on boosting your immune system, there are common mistakes that might be responsible for this and should be paid attention to. Not wearing slippers at home allows the heat of the body to get out through the feet. As the body keeps losing its heat, the blood circulation decreases, which can lead to many common health issues like cold and flu. Wearing slippers gives protection to your feet, which helps keep the blood flow normal and allows your immune system to fight off diseases.

We all think that the floor of our house is absolutely clean. Though yes, the floor might look clean and spotless but there are so many germs and bacteria that you cannot see from naked eyes. Despite mopping and vacuum cleaning, you cannot stop the harmful microorganisms from entering the house with water, air and other carriers.

Wearing slippers helps protect your feet from communicable foot disease. Some of these are toenail fungus and athlete's foot.

Wearing Shoes Inside Is A Good Idea After All. Here’s Why

Thanks to COVID-19, many of us have spent the better part of a year either barefoot or in slippers. When you work from home, can't leave the house for happy hour and stop participating in sports, why wear shoes? The trouble is, socks and slippers come with drawbacks.

"Socks and slippers keep your feet warm, b