Waterproof Shoes Can Prevent Foot Problems: MD Podiatrist

Dr. Michaels states “whether running, hiking, or walking the dog, our feet go through so much. It’s better to treat them with great care now than to regret it later,” Dr. Michaels 

He is referring to the blisters and sore feet you might get from wearing wet shoes, not to mention the bone and joint issues that can arise when you don’t invest in a high-quality pair or replace them often enough (BTW, that means every 300 to 500 miles, or every 6 months or so.) “If you’re having any foot issue that doesn’t seem to be resolving on its own within a few weeks, make an appointment with a foot and ankle specialist,” he adds.