- Feb 18, 2008
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I‘m not sure what you mean by “come to a point.” Sneakers are bad for the human foot? What about work boots? Are you simply referring to all closed-toe shoes?I don’t think it’s a debate as to whether or not men’s dress shoes are bad for human feet. It’s obvious they are. The human foot is widest at the toes and narrowest at the heel. Any dress shoe or most sneakers come to a point at the toe. Whether it’s a sharp point or not, it’s a point which is not how a human foot is shaped.
The human foot is not widest at the toes. It’s widest at the ball of the foot.
Care to provide a photo of this to bolster your claim?If you go look at the feet of people who spend their lives barefoot or mostly barefoot, they look nothing like feet spent in shoes someone’s whole life.