Should you take your clothing into consideration when creating your overall safety plan for personal defense? Definitely yes, and Kelly Muir explains why. In this clip, she focuses on women’s footwear. Telling a woman never to wear flip flops, sandals and/or high heels because they are not as “safe” as a pair of athletic shoes is just not going to fly with every woman. Kelly takes the realistic route and looks at a variety of shoes and advises which get a five-star rating and which should hit the trash. Her conclusions may not be what you expected to hear!
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