Winter Shoe Hacks - How To Wear & Take Care Of Your Shoes In Winter

Feb 1st 2019

3 Shoe Hacks for Winter?

Even if you live in a city like Miami where it's generally summer weather 

all year round, you're undoubtedly going to feel some of the chill that comes with the coldest 

months of the year.

Just as you plan to pack on the extra layers when the temperature drops, you'll want to have a 

plan for your shoes as well.

Don't fall victim to one of the many winter weather shoe faux-pas. 

Keep the following hacks in mind to keep your feet warm and your footwear happy:

1. Keep Your Feet Dry and Warm with the Right Pair

There's nothing more uncomfortable than having wet and cold feet, especially 

if the weather outside is frightful.

Whether you're on a ski trip and around piles of snow or puddles of 

water on a muggy Miami day, you'll want to wear the right shoe for 

every occasion. Choose a shoe that is waterproof as this will 

keep your toes dry all day and all night.

However, while your feet may be dry, they might not be warm enough. 

Look for combat boots from ShuShop that are durable enough to protect your 

feet during the colder days.

2. Dry Your Boots Properly

Your boots will get wet--it's not a matter of if but when. After you've made it 

home from trekking around with wet boots, you'll need to make sure that 

they are properly dried.

A tried and true method for drying your footwear is to do so with old newspaper.

Dry them off by scrunching up the papers and stuff them into each shoe. 

The newspaper will then sop up the moisture, leaving the pair ready 

for their next outing.

3. Steer Clear of Slipping When Out and About

The wrong choice of footwear can lead to serious damage during

the colder weather. Whether you're wearing flip-flops during a rain 

storm or traction-less boots when there's ice on the ground, either 

scenario can result in disaster.

The best way to steer clear of slipping is to ensure your shoes are prepared beforehand. 

You can do so by using the screw life hack. By inserting small screws 

into the outer edge on each shoe, you'll be able to get a better grip.

However, the best way to ensure traction is to get the right shoes in the first place. 

The ShuShop combat boots work well to keep you upright when you have

to walk around during colder weather.

Don't compromise your safety or the safety of your footwear this season! Keep these three tips in 

mind to ensure that your boots and favorite cold-weather fashions are well cared for.