These types of problems can be found on your feet as rough, dry, cracked heels, callus/corn formation on the toes or balls of your feet and arch cramps or fatigue from all the long walks or vacation shopping that accompany summer activities.
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By the end of the day, the muscles in the foot are screaming and burning. Finding supportive summer footwear or arch products that can be placed in these types of shoes will greatly reduce some of these common foot problems.
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