The problem with flip-flops is that they cause you to take shorter steps and scrunch up your toes to keep them in place, leading to aches and pains all over your body, particularly in the feet, ankles, and legs. Plus, the lack of support in the average flip-flop can cause added heel and arch pain, especially if you have flat feet. However, the following tips can keep you from tossing out your airy summer soles so you don't have to resort to wearing sneakers on the beach.
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