Comfort - Get on a good footing with your feet
We all want footwear that feels good – even after many hours on our feet. Comfortable footwear not only contributes to a comfortable working day but also keeps the body and feet healthy. So it is important that you think about the comfort of your footwear.
COMFORT doesn’t mean the same thing for all of us, and especially not when it comes to our feet. COMFORT is an individual sensation, experience or emotion – and does not come in “one-size-fits-all”.
The personal experience of well-being is the primary factor when it comes to comfort in footwear.
Per Øllgaard, physiotherapist specialising in feet and foot injuries.
Factors that influence comfort
Sika Footwear has identified a number of factors that affect the comfort experience and which focus on both the user’s situation and on the functions of the footwear:
Did you know that
Although many consider the fit to be the most important comfort factor, a study reveals that 37 % of men choose shoes that are too large, and 27 % of women choose shoes that are too small.
SOURCE: Satra Bulletin, October 2015
What should you be aware of when choosing comfortable work footwear?
At Sika Footwear we have many years of experience in developing comfortable work footwear for everyone – from building contractors to nurses. We design comfort into the construction and choice of materials used in the shoes without compromising on safety and quality.