Sneakers are generally sports shoes designed for such activities as walking and running exercises. Although most sneakers are low shoes, there are sneakers heels whose heels tend to measure some reasonable inches above the ground. The heels are not actual heels; the heels refer to the raised part of the heel area. Although they are sports shoes, they are popular everyday shoes simply because of their features.
- Synthetic leather – This is a lightweight but durable material used to make sneakers. It is very resistant to abrasion and is quick to dry. In addition, the material is breathable.
- Nylon net – The nylon net found on sneakers is not only durable but plays the important function of reducing the way of the shoes, which in fact improves breathability.
- Thermoplastic urethane – This is material in step between the heel and the arch. In addition to resisting abrasion, the material helps to make the sneakers very stable.
- Comfort – Sneakers are generally comfortable shoes, which is made possible by the type of material used in their manufacture.
Sneaker heels are usually heel-to-toe drop shoes. The decline here refers to the difference that exists between the height of the heel and the toe area. The height of the heel determines how your feet land on the ground as you walk or run. While a high drop of heels improves how hard your heel lands on the ground, a low drop improves how your feet and toes hit the ground.
Sneakers are often designed with heel counters, which refers to the stiffness of the heel. Stiffness is important because it controls how the feet move. In fact, this goes a long way to preventing Achilles tendon.