Foot shape, length and width can change in small but meaningful ways throughout adulthood. Lots of research have been put through in a couple of decades which reveals men’s average shoe size have increased from UK8 D to UK9 E where D is the standard width and E being wide width. So if you are buying a pair of shoes and referencing your feet measurement you got decade back, it's time for you to re-measure your feet as the size probably would have changed. Do you know that 60% of the population has Non-Standard feet sizes? In multiple surveys, more than half of the women and one-third of the men agreed on buying shoe sizes that don't fit them.
There are countless benefits of going for Made to Fit Shoes (Custom Made Shoes) over off the shelf one, but what stands out for us is the care for each and every individual's feet which provides exclusively crafted pair of shoes that fit your feet really well. Made to order or Custom made practices are fashion adaptive, do not require additional warehousing space, there is no pressure to push the left out stock and it does not frustrate the customer with out of stock when they need it. Walker Styleways take pride in doing the right thing for the people and for the ecosystem.
The choice of customization is always something that makes the existing offer better; take an example from your grilled sandwich to your coffee or your bedroom furniture to your drawing room wall color. The effort which goes into customization is justified because it adds great value to each and every customer which eventually leads to customer satisfaction. The core philosophy of Made-to-Fit Shoes differentiates itself in the core area like comfort an individual deserves, value for money, environmental friendly etc.
Before the Industrial Revolution, Shoe design and manufacturing was considered to be a craftsman's work of art, where the cobbler used to design the shoe as per the need of the customer. But today, the world manufactures more than 20 billion shoes on a yearly basis, out of which almost 300 million ends up in landfills or are dumped in rivers. The main reason, many shoes dont fit us at all or they are so uncomfortable after wearing that we need to discard them. With the advent of technology being majorly the Internet, has made the world so hyper-connected. We need to reconsider, do we really need the bulk manufacturing practices? Can we switch back to the custom made craftsmanship that...