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How much of the work shoe improvement is due to comfort considerations?
- Nov 27, 2018 -

1. Improve the comfort of safety shoes. Designers must focus on how comfortable shoes are when they are worn on their feet. The overall quality of comfort is built on the top of the shoe, and the shoes are made around the shoe's. Basically, the shoe is like a foot. How good the foot sample is, how good the shoe's will be. By taking thousands of foot images and analyzing them, sports researchers helped make a better shoe-up. Another subsystem that affects shoe comfort is the strap system. Lacing systems vary from traditional laces to Velcro nylon buckles to even no shoelace system, and it is generally convenient to wear and take off shoes as slippers. Another part associated with the comfort of an insulating shoe is the heel liner. The heel lining helps to securely secure the shoe to the heel position. When designing the upper, the heel and ankle need to be considered emphatically. Linings that do not meet the requirements of the heel will cause the heel to be too loose, which can lead to damage to the stability of the shoe.

2. Improved safety shoe stability. The upper, including the midsole, is essential to protect the foot and ankle from injury, especially for the damage of hidden danger movements. In the case of basketball, for example, shoe gangs with high shoe mouth or three-fourths high have better support for the ankle to avoid an athlete's ankle sprain. In the case of external flip and spin, the use of image analysis technology for research, stability and motion control is the key.

3 Improved safety shoe comfort. Designers must focus on how comfortable shoes are when they are worn on their feet. The overall quality of comfort is built on the top of the shoe, and the shoes are made around the shoe's. Basically, the shoe is like a foot. How good the foot sample is, how good the shoe's will be. By taking thousands of foot images and analyzing them, sports researchers helped make a better shoe-up. Another subsystem that affects shoe comfort is the strap system.

Lacing systems vary from traditional laces to Velcro nylon buckles to even no shoelace system, and it is generally convenient to wear and take off shoes as slippers.