Your choice of shoes more or less determines your comfort throughout the day. No matter how comfortable your clothing selection is, if your pair of flat shoes or sandals pinch slightly, your comfort level will quickly begin to decline. In order to avoid such discomfort, we often use podiatrists to get a glimpse of these current shoe silhouettes that won’t cause as much pain.
Today, given that many spend more time at home, we wanted to focus on the best (and worst) shoes to wear around the house. We turned to Benjamin Tehrani, DPM, of Kings Point Foot & Ankle in Los Angeles for expert advice on common styles that are suitable and those that could affect the overall health of your feet. In addition, since many of us spend a lot of time walking around the house barefoot, Tehran has also highlighted the pros and cons of this front.
Without further ado, keep scrolling for a ranking of the best and worst shoes at home. And if you’re shopping right now, you’ll find shoe recommendations that might also interest you.