Recently we received this enthusiastic feedback of one of our customers: “Thank you very much for this great product. I’m glad I no longer need to spray my shoes to get rid of my bad feet smell. I like how your insoles work all day long.” We feel really thankful for this feedback. It means great motivation for us to continue our work and to spread the word about the positive effects of Zederna insoles.
A resurgence of interest in classic styling has seen an uptick in the sale of luxury men’s shoes. But these thoroughbreds need care and attention – conditioners and wax to nourish the leather exterior and ZEDERNA cedar wood insoles to protect the inside and extend the lifetime of your shoe.
Cold feet during winter months is a relatively normal thing. In fact, most people experience a bit of cold when they’re out and about on snowy days. But when your feet start feeling uncomfortably chilly or even painful, then it’s high time you reconsider your footwear choices or even pay a visit to the doctor’s office. There are many reasons why our feet may feel cold during cold weather, ranging from genetics, medical conditions, to low-quality footwear. In this article, we cover everything there is to know about cold feet from a scientific and medical viewpoint, and we also offer bits of advice on how to keep your feet warm once and for all.