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See your GP, you may have a foot problem that you're not aware of.

 

I spent 25 years behind numerous counters before I found that I had excess pronation, a commom problem.

 

Easy, if a little expensive to solve. Try orthoheel inserts available form Boots. They feel a little odd at first, but once you get used to them, they're fine, no more aching feet :D

 

Keith

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See your GP, you may have a foot problem that you're not aware of.

 

I spent 25 years behind numerous counters before I found that I had excess pronation, a commom problem.

 

Easy, if a little expensive to solve. Try orthoheel inserts available form Boots. They feel a little odd at first, but once you get used to them, they're fine, no more aching feet :D

 

Keith

 

Got no probs with me feet Keith.... Trainers ans eccos etc always make my feet ache, as your feet can't breathe.

Leather shoes solves the problem for me.

 

Although you are correct in your theory for alot of folk. :wink: :wink:

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UK said
Got no probs with me feet Keith

 

Im sorry but

 

UK said

as your feet can't breathe.

 

youve got a problem with your feet if they cant breathe :wink:

 

carry on!

 

Hibs............put ya head in a plastic bag, You'll find ya head can't breathe.

 

Same with with wearing Plastic footwear............ ya feet can't breathe :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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So does that mean that no one has used anti fatigue matting then? :?

I used it at home in the garage (could be stsanding at the bench all day or night) found it better to use a quality pair of trainers with EVA midsoles (running type not general purpose)

I had a problem of tripping over the damn thing each time I went to the toilet or to brew up. Maybe todays product has a tapered/Scived edge.

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