The Secrets of Experienced Shoe Fit Experts

Langer, Paul
July 2008
SGB;Jul2008, Vol. 41 Issue 7, p67
Trade Publication
The article offers suggestions for shoe fit experts of footwear retailers. It mentions that the shoe fitter should know the structure of the shoes and learn about biomechanics. It advises seeking help from medical professionals or use the Internet to learn the biomechanics and anatomy of the foot. The shoe experts should know that their personal preferences are not relevant while helping customers.


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