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Changing shoes is a tough endeavor, especially if you’ve been wearing the typical type of shoes that are out there today. Practically all of them have heels which tip you forward and way too narrow toe boxes which mash your feet together. Then the cushioning aspect means that you lose some natural ability to absorb force and rely on the cushion to do it. All of the stuff that Daniel Matrone has said appears.