Tips for foot friendly shoes and wearing: ?Shake out your shoes before putting them on ?If possible, wear shoes at all times, indoors and out. ?Try to buy shoes with closed toes as they protect your feet from injury ?Buy shoes late in the day as feet tend to swell ?Have your shoes professionally fitted by a footwear specialist if possible ?Heel should be low, less than 5 centimeters
Converse all star high shoes are comfortable for many people, but for people with pre-existing foot pain the basic converse gym shoe may not have enough cushioning.They are flat soles, but lack any support, and I find they do not help me, as I too have foot pain.The ideal shoe for foot pain has cushioning and needs to fit properly. Converse do have other running shoes with more cushioning, but so do other brands. Ideally see a podiatrist for advice, or at least get a shoe that has very good cushioning and has been fitted at a shoe store. Foot pain can cause so much grief, so its worth getting good shoes.
First, I want to encourage you that heels are not the best for you. I see the people 20 years after wearing high heels. their feet are gnarled and they get to have the ugly orthopedic extra depth shoes. There are PROPERLY designed high heels that are comfortable. These may not be one of those!
if you wear them a short time at special events every so often, that is a different picture! there are ball cushions available that can help relieve some pressure.