Light boots are sometimes called hiking shoes or even "tennis boots." They are low cut shoes with hiking boot style treads, and are typically made from nylon, leather, suede or a combination. These boots are meant to provide a comfortable, flexible, light shoe that is rugged and offers more grip than the typical cross trainer shoe. Light boots should be light and comfortable, and their stylish appearance makes them popular casual footwear. They may or may not be waterproof and they offer no ankle support. This combination of factors makes them ideal for day hikes on easy trails, especially for those not carrying loads over 25 pounds. Mid cut boots are what many people imagine when they think about hiking boots, and it is best to think of them as scaled up light boots. They can be made from leather, suede, nylon and sometimes Gore Tex, or a combination of material. But mid cut boots are usually meant to be waterproof, so nylon is not as commonly used as with light boots. A boot made from nylon mesh and leather optimize ventilation for hot conditions and are not waterproof. The mid cut design of these boots offers more ankle support, making them suitable for light off trail, carrying middling loads (up to 50 pounds) and for multiday hiking. This type of boot is popular among outdoors enthusiasts, as it is suitable for tasks like hiking into a primitive campsite at a state park, hauling a kayak down a steep slope to a riverbank or carrying photographic equipment to a bird watching perch. Heavy boots are meant for heavy off trail use and carrying serious loads. Standard features include heavy duty construction, waterproofing, high cut design for extra ankle support and a protective toe cup. These boots are made to at least the three season standard (spring, summer, fall), with the four season standard being common. However, unlike light and mid cut boots, these boots are not made with comfort in mind. Their rugged construction requires a substantial breaking in period, and they are heavy enough that only a back country hiker or mountaineer in training would consider wearing them on the street on a regular basis. Mountaineering Boots (Class D) As the name implies, these boots are for climbing mountains. They are built for use in cold weather and in the most rugged conditions, and are designed with crampon use in mind. Mountaineering boots are so stiff that they are almost akin to ski boots. The lack of flexibility and their sheer weight means they are rarely worn away from their intended purpose. Another kind of boot is the wet boot, which is entirely separate from its land based cousins. A zip up mid cut boot made from neoprene with a thin, treaded sole, these boots are intended for water sports. They offer little support and are meant mostly to protect the feet from underwater rocks and to keep them warm during a prolonged submersion. A kayaker, for example, will probably switch to wet boots for getting in and out of the river after hauling his kayak down to the riverbank wearing mid cut boots. These boots are also popular with snorkelers, scuba divers and surfers. Air Jordan 7 Cardinals 2011 ,Air Jordan 4 Retro White Cement Air Jordan 13 Squadron Blue Air Jordan 13 Squadron Blue Air Jordan 13 Birmingham Barons Air Jordan 7 Retro Raptor 2012 Air Jordan 4 Columbia 2015 Air Jordan 5 Fear Air Jordan 9 Cool Grey 2012 Air Jordan 12 Low Retro Taxi 2011 "My toes are hurting every time I put on a pair of shoes! Even my Crocs hurt! I've noticed some little red spots on my toes that seem to be growing. What's going on? I've tried to scrub them off but they hurt! I even tried some pads but they just made my shoes hurt more! Help!" Sounds like she may have corns! Corns: such a simple name for a relatively complex problem. Corns can be extremely painful and actually are caused by several different foot ailments, so finding the root cause can take some detective work. The name "corn" came from the appearance of a bump that looks like a corn kernel on or between your toes. Corns are actually your body's defense against the rubbing of your shoes. They are layers of compacted, dead skin cells that your body makes to protect itself. Corns can be "soft" or "hard". Soft corns are usually seen in between the toes and hard corns are on the tops or tips of your toes. What causes a corn? These annoying bumps are caused by repeated friction and pressure from skin rubbing against a bone or against an irregularity in a shoe like a seam. Either your toes are crooked or the shoe just does not fit properly. The friction can cause significant pain from pressure points which makes wearing shoes very uncomfortable. Why do my corns hurt even without shoes? If you have pain in a corn, even when you do not have shoes on, you have most likely developed bursitis which is inflammation of the joint under the corn. Bursitis is often treated with an injection of anti inflammatory into the inflamed area. This type of pain should be evaluated by your podiatrist, because the other reason for pain without shoes is an infection in or around the corn. Toe infections can become serious and may even lead to amputation in some patients. Don't ignore your toe pain! How are corns treated? The pain from corns often may be relieved by felt, foam or silicone padding on the affected areas. A good moisturizing cream can also help. Your podiatrist can scrape or "debride" the corn to reduce the thickness, but remember never to cut corns with any instrument at home, and never apply home remedies or "corn remover patches". These invite infection and can make your corns a foot emergency! There are only two permanent treatments for corns: 1. Surgically correct crooked toes also known as hammertoes. Or 2. Find the culprit shoe and stop wearing it! Don't ignore your toe pain from corns! Relief is simply a visit to the podiatrist away!Dr Marybeth Crane is a board certified podiatric foot and ankle surgeon with helpful tips to make your feet last a lifetime! For more foot and ankle health information and doctor approved foot care products including safe pedicure instrument sets, visit her website or peruse her blog. Air Jordan 7 Cardinals 2011,Allow me to introduce you to three of the young stars of Nanny McPhee Returns, opening in theaters Friday! Eros Vlahos, a 15 year old stand up comedian/actor, plays Cyril, the farm kids cousin from the city. like to think I'm not too much like my character because he's not the nicest of fellows to begin with, Eros says, mean he does get better but I mean he's quite, he's quite witty and funny and I like to think sometimes I can be funny like him. But yeah, I'm not nearly as mean as him. Woods farm girl looks are authentic. The 12 year old explains, live on a farm myself at home, so I'm quite like Maggie in that kind of respect but I'm definitely not as tomboyish. I'm definitely more girly. Rosie Taylor Ritson plays Celia, the city raised and fashion minded cousin. Rosie says, Celia, I hate mud. I can't stand to be near it. It scares me 'cause I just know that I put my foot in with a shoe on and I ever want to lift out, the shoe's not going to be on my foot anymore because it swallowed it all up. thing the kids are all impressed with? Their first visit to the United States. Speaking from their hotel in Los Angeles during our interview they marvel over the temperature, cheap costs of things, and especially the food. which is really nice. Lil: And also the food is actually huge, huge. It's, the burgers are huge. It's really crazy. Rosie : And in England if you ordered a really big burger like that, everyone would just look down upon you but here it's just nice. What was your favorite part of filming? The location, the cast or the pigs? Rosie : Yeah, but if we had to pick one, I'd say the cast 'cause we've just grown so close and it's really nice just to have some really close friends that, you just, even if they don't go to your school and we're all from completely different places. Eros is from London. Lil's from Wales and I'm just from Brighton. It's like those kind of people that you never actually get to meet and you meet them and it's really nice. What do you imagine the future holds for you? More acting, school? Lil : I'm pretty sure there's school. Eros : Yeah, definitely. School's always there. Rosie : I hope to get into acting improved loads when I shot Nanny McPhee because it was private tutoring so it was more one on one. Lil: I think I'd like to go into acting but I don't want to narrow down my options completely so I'm keeping it open but I think also you learn so much just by being on a film set. I mean the things that you learn, you'd never learn in an acting class or something. It's so much and it's lots to take in but you take it in over the time. But I think I'm just going to go to some more auditions and see what happens really. Eros : Yeah, I'd love to do something in the film industry know I've never seen anyone, a whole group of people so happy. Like you know to come into work on their day job smiling, every morning. Yeah, you know it's great. It's a great place to work. It's a great place to be more than anything. This Internet site provides information of a general nature and is designed for educational purposes only. If you have any concerns about your own health or the health of your child, you should always consult with a physician or other healthcare professional.
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We believe that accurate raw data points can be used to gain insight in to the stock selection and valuation process. Following is a report regarding Nike (NYSE:NKE) sales: Nike is the Best Selling Shoe Brand for Teenagers, Foot Locker (NYSE:FL) Store Survey says Analysts are giving conflicting reports on Foot Locker, Inc., the retailer of running shoes and sports apparel. Tickermine surveyed 31 stores nationwide and asked what were the three current best selling items, which is the best selling shoe brand for teenagers, is business up or down from last month, who are the most frequent buyers and what does the average customer spend on shoes? Our poll showed that Nike Shoes and apparel, as well as other apparel, were the top three selling items. The best selling shoe brand for teenagers was Nike (21 respondents or 68%), followed by Adidas (3 or 10%), Converse and then Pastry (2 or 6%). The following each received one vote or 3% each: K Swiss, Puma and Sketchers. 14 respondents felt that business had increased from last month (45%) and the same amount felt that business was the same. Only three or 10% saw business declining from a month ago. Our survey found that their most frequent buyers were either joggers buying running shoes or teens buying tennis shoes. As for the amount spent at Foot Locker stores; 42 % said their customers spent between $51 $75. 35% stated $76 $100, 13% said between $101 $125 and 10% felt their customers spent less than $50. Sales Are Up and Nike Shoes are Among the Most Popular Items Purchased At Dicks Sporting Goods (NYSE:DKS) Tickermine surveyed thirty one Dick's Sporting Goods stores across the county to ask about their top selling items, their customers and how business is faring compared to last year. The top three selling items were reported as Nike shoes, fishing gear and golf supplies, with twenty one stores (68%) reporting Nike shoes as their best selling shoe brand for its teenage customers. Other top selling shoe brands included, Adidas at four stores (13%) and Timberland at two (6%). Fourteen stores (45%) stated that business has increased from last year whereas six (19%) reported that it had decreased. With regard to sale items, twenty stores (65%) reported a busy month of sales with twenty one stores (68%) stating that the average amount spent by any one customer is between $40 $80. Five stores (16%) reported their average customer spends over $120. When asked who are their most frequent buyers and what do they buy, a range of responses were received. Men buy golf and other sporting goods, women purchase clothing, and teenagers buy shoes. Nike Top Seller at The Finish Line (NASDAQ:FINL); Excess Inventory Increasing Nike shoes are selling well but excess inventory is increasing according to a recent survey of The Finish Line sports retailers throughout the country. At the 34 stores consulted, Nike Shox, Nike Air Jordans, and football and basketball jerseys were named as the top selling items. Nikes were also named as the top selling brand of shoes by 82% of respondents. Adidas and New Balance were cited as top sellers by 6% of stores each, while Converse and Puma were mentioned by 3% of stores each. According to respondents, the average customer spends $106 on a pair of shoes. The average amount spent was reported to be $50 $75 at 35% of stores, $76 $100 at 32% of stores, $101 $125 at 9% of stores, $126 $150 at 15% of stores, and $250 $300 at 9% of stores. When asked what the most requested items were that the store doesn't carry, 6% of stores said that customers request Nike Air Force One shoes and another 6% receives requests for Air Jordans for toddlers. Dr Scholls is the most frequently requested brand not carried according to 6% of stores. Fifty percent responded that they don't receive specific requests outside of brands and items carried. Despite increased traffic at 50% of stores surveyed, excess inventory and sale items are greater than last month. Another 35% of stores reported that traffic is about the same as over the past few weeks, while only 15% said that traffic seemed down. Fifty nine percent of stores consulted reported that there seems to be more merchandise on sale versus last month, 29% reported the amount of sale merchandise has remained the same, and 12% reported less merchandise on sale. Teenagers buying shoes and runners were cited as the most frequent buyers at The Finish Line stores.
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