1A report published in the Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery suggests that 35% percent of people underestimate their shoe size at least half a size.
2Toenails grow much slower than finger nails. It takes at least five to six months to grow an entirely new toenail.
3Even though each foot contains about 250,000 sweat glands, it is not the sweat itself that causes feet to stink. It’s actually the socks and shoes that trap odor-causing bacteria which cause feet, socks, and shoes to stink
4Do you know what the end of a shoelace is called? -Aglet
5In the Middle East heels were added to the shoes to lift the foot from the burning sand
6Shoes all over the world were identical until the 19th Century when the left and right footed shoes were made
7Sneakers were first made in America in 1916. They were originally called “keds”
8All babies are born with a fat pad where an arch would normally be in an adult foot, which makes them appear flat and cutely chubby. Arches don’t usually entirely develop until children are about 2 years old.