Anchorage Daily News - May 29, 2018
"An Anchorage startup called Pandere Shoes, which is in the process of launching, designs expandable shoes geared toward people with medical conditions. Co-founder Celia Crossett said one asset for startups in Alaska is how connected the community is."
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Like many others living with lower limb lymphedema, I struggle when it comes to footwear. Most of my swelling is in my right foot and ankle, so finding a shoe that comfortably fits is a challenge. And finding a shoe that’s stylish, too? Forget it.
I’m always on the lookout for lymphie-friendly footwear, so when my friends at Pandere reached out to me asking if I’d be interested in trying their latest style on for size, I was ecstatic.
The Foot Freedom Almanac’s Guide to Buying Shoes for Wide Feet
As much as 72 percent of people don’t wear shoes that are wide enough or long enough for their feet. The same 2018 study, published in the Journal of Foot and Ankle Research, found substantial evidence demonstrating that ill-fitting shoes are associated with foot pain and a number of foot disorders. Do you have wide feet?
I’m not sure if Jonathan and I just have really big feet or we just keep moving to countries where people have tiny feet. Whatever the reason, buying shoes is always a nightmare.
When our new friends from Pandere Shoes contacted us and said, ‘Hey, we have a new range of shoes perfect for travelling. Want to try them?’
We didn’t need to be asked twice. Um, but we did wonder if they cater for size enormous feet.