Societal collapse, major disasters, and Zombie Outbreaks often leaves survivors traveling a lot…and you may find yourself doing this on foot. There’s a good chance you’ll have to skirt on or around debris, over rocky and rough terrain, or even just go for long distances on a paved road. No matter where you are or what you’re doing, you’re going to need a good pair of shoes on your feet…and you’ll need to do your best to keep them there.
The first step is making sure you have a shoes that fits well, and to break it in by walking a couple miles in it every other day or so. You want your foot and shoe to build up a working relationship so they perform well together when you need them most. The next step is to take the time to properly tie your laces. Improperly tied shoelaces and poor fitting shoes have been the cause of many Zombie related fatalities…and we’re sure there are more to come.
So unless you want to become a bit of Zombie lunch or find yourself tumbling down a pile of rubble, remember to wear good shoes with well-tied laces…but don’t tie them too tight, you wouldn’t want a Zombie to get you just because it had hold of your shoe would you?