This Podiatrist-Made Luxury Brand Has The Most Comfortable Heels For Your Feet – E’MAR
Shoes can define someone’s personality but the right shoe can lead to the right destination. Foot and ankle surgeon, Najwa Javed has made it her mission to create a shoe collection that relies on comfort and style while providing that luxury feel. “The creation of E’MAR was completely serendipitous. As a shoe lover, it had never occurred to me that I could create a line of heels,” mentioned Javed who has spent the last 13 years of her life treating people’s fool ailments.
E’MAR is a high-end shoe brand that features innovative technology to provide support and comfort to the feet. As a shoe lover, Javed realized that she needed to create a footwear line that would provide the epitome of foot support without compromising style. E’MAR stands for Elevated Medial Arch Re-balancing and the result is an incredible comfort. The product line represents the ideal balance between art and science. With its innovative technology and
unparalleled support, E’MAR has the comfiest heels to take women the extra mile.
Now it is possible to walk the streets in NYC without the added pain of heels. E’MAR might be the holy grail of footwear thanks to its features. Each E’MAR shoe has a hidden pressure realigning inlay made of carbon fiber that rebalances your whole foot as it sits in a high heel. This added with the biomechanically designed toe box and strategic arch incline allows for maximum stabilization of the foot and ankle when in an elevated position. The result is unparalleled support along an ultra-thin insole starting from the ball of your foot, through the arch, heel, and lower leg.
Aside from these features, E’MAR shoes have multi-layered foam padding, built-in arch support, and a wide toe box to provide the ideal comfort for your feet. Before Javed created her line of heels she focused on the creation of an insole which became the base technology for her collection. “In the initial days of my medical practice, I also advised against heels, but over time I realized that this never worked. Women felt empowered in their heels and just could not accept that they couldn’t wear them any longer,” mentioned the doctor.
While most women opt for sneakers when running errands, some have to endure the pain of wearing heels due to office dress codes. Javed not only helps her patient with plantar fasciitis or complex foot issues, but she also wants to help her patients find the best pair of shoes. It seems that the footwear industry flunked in creating purposeful brands that aim for comfort and instead succumbed to the idea of producing uncomfortable shoes that would break the wearer’s feet.
“My goal is to always inspire people to live their best life in whatever type of shoes they love. I try to help people make the best shoe decisions for their feet so that they can walk, run, jump, hike, strut, or stomp. That is where the passion for E’MAR started and it has only built momentum,” added Javed.
According to most podiatrists, the golden rule is to always find shoes between 1-3 inches of heel height. Foot and Ankle physicians do not recommend wearing completely flat shoes as it places strain on the arch and heel of the foot or wearing greater than three inches because of the excessive strain on the ball of foot and lateral leg muscles. But if you are someone who prefers four-inch heels, it is recommended to just wear them for a few hours.
- This Italian-made brand will elevate you to new heights while keeping your heels in and toes in shape. To keep things in perspective, LatinaWatch asked an E’MAR specialist to provide a guide on how long we should wear heels.
- 3-4 times a week: wear heel heights between 50-85mm; this kitten or short heel takes pressure off the ball of foot but keeps plantar fasciitis from flaring up
- 2-3 times a week: wear tennis shoes; usually on heavy activity days. This helps to stretch out back muscle groups as well as upper legs.
- 1-2 a week: wear heels 85-100mm. These are usually for dinners, parties, or events. Do NOT walk long distances in them. If you wear them for work make sure they have a wide toe box and have some support built in them.