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Tip on shoes size Changes over time

Here are a few reasons your shoe size might have changed: 1. Have you lost or gained weight? 2. If your shoes are old they may have stretched out to fit your feet perfectly. 3. If you've been walking around in bare feet frequently you may find your feet are a little wider than they used to be. You may need a bigger shoe size.

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when I wear the shoe It hurt my toes I know the shoe fits


If it fits and hurts your toes, there is a problem here. Hurting toes says that the shoe does not fit. Is it too shallow for your foot? If so, the shoe can be stretched depending on what the upper is. If you put your foot on the top of the shoe, does any of your foot hang over the edge? If so, this does not fit.

Mar 26, 2015 | Merrell Clothing Accessories

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trying to find Reebok NPC Insigignia plus men's shoes for men


You will have to find some old stock, as Reebok for some reason stopped making their ORIGINAL classic shoe. Most of the old stock is unusually small sizes, like a 7 1/2, and I've seen some size 13 and 14, but nothing in between for at least 3 years. A similar shoe is available (NPC II), but it is obviously lower quality -- thinner sole, printed rather than stitched heel cap, etc. It has "Reebok" in place of the insignia on the side of the shoe.

Feb 21, 2014 | Reebok NPC Insignia Plus Shoes for Men

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my shoe is tight and my feet start paining. how to get it loosen it.


depending on the type of shoe, this may not work, but with most shoes, you can take and stuff them with balled up newspaper stretching the shoe, really force it in there and leave it for at least 24 hours. If it won't hurt the material of the shoe, lightly dampen it first.

Sep 17, 2013 | Clothing Accessories

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I plan to purchase wrestling shoes for my young son. What should I look at when buying wrestling shoes?


If you're buying shoes for the first time or replacing an old pair these advices will help ensure you get the most from your purchase. Size- Each manufacturer has different recommendations. For example, Asics and Adidas recommend that you add a 1/2 size to your gym shoe size while Nike recommends one full size to your normal gym shoe size. The 1/2 size for Asics and Adidas is a good benchmark. For younger wrestlers you should probably add a full size to their normal shoe size. This way the shoes will last longer, especially if your daughter or son is growing quickly. Price - Next, you need to determine your budget Most wrestling shoes range from $40 to well over $100. If you're not sure whether your son or daughter will stay in the sport long enough to get full value from the shoes, it's best to go with the cheaper shoe. Brand - Finally your last option is to choose the brand. As mentioned, Brute, Adidas, Nike, Infinity, and Asics have been manufacturing shoes for many years and provide great quality products. In many cases your wrestler will get 1-2 years out of these shoes.

Oct 27, 2010 | Clothing Accessories

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How to Stretch New Shoes?


If you've ever bought a pair of shoes that were comfortable at the shoe store, but discovered a day or so later they were too snug for your feet, and you couldn't return them or didn't want to, there's a low-cost remedy guaranteed to alleviate the problem.The best way to enlarge footgear, and the most economical, is to purchase a stretching solution. Found at most shoe repair shops and retail shoe stores, stretching solutions are sprayed directly to the inside or outside of the shoes (product instructions vary), stretching the shoes within a few minutes while you walk.

Oct 27, 2010 | Clothing Accessories

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