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Shoes melted on my feet

Wearing my new sandels this weekend in the span of about 1 hour the plastic coating under my toes literally melted away and left me sticking to the shoes. they are ruined what now

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Take them back to the store if you can. They shouldn't be doing this.

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Here's how to make your shoes last longer: 1. 1.When you buy shoes, buy sustainable, long-lasting shoes. Purchase two pairs of sustainable shoes. Switch out your shoes every twenty-four hours. This will increase the longevity of both pairs, and it will decrease their smells as well.<br />2.2.Don't kick off your shoes. Kicking off your Sunday shoes may be the traditional beginning for the relaxing weekend, but it quickly wears out the shoes. Unlace your shoes, then meticulously remove them. Now you can cut loose in a carefree and/or footloose manner.<br />3.3.Baking soda or tea tree oil can remove nasty foot odor from your shoes.

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Tips for foot friendly shoes and wearing: ?Shake out your shoes before putting...


Tips for foot friendly shoes and wearing: <br /> &bull;Shake out your shoes before putting them on <br />&bull;If possible, wear shoes at all times, indoors and out. <br />&bull;Try to buy shoes with closed toes as they protect your feet from injury <br />&bull;Buy shoes late in the day as feet tend to swell <br />&bull;Have your shoes professionally fitted by a footwear specialist if possible <br />&bull;Heel should be low, less than 5 centimeters

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How to select a good walking shoes? Coul dyou recommend me on a good pair?


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I'm working long shifs, around ten hours shift..i am having serious back pains and I really think that it has something to do with my current work shoes. I was advised by some friends to try the Dansko...


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