Breathable Closed-Toe Shoes Best Choice for Summer: MD Podiatrist

According to Daniel Michaels, DPM, if you do find yourself strutting around a city all day or going on an outdoor adventure, closed-toe shoes are the best preventive choice against the possibility of injuries, splinters, and bacteria.

Additionally, since close-toed shoes often have more support, they can also help prevent foot cramping and strain if you are moving around all day. There are a lot of great breathable closed-toe shoes on the market that are comfortable, stylish, and warm-weather approved.