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Can you get a wide foot size doctor marten slip on boot as the pair i bought gives me blisters?

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They only come in one width. Sorry to tell you this.

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first you need to know what type of feet you have , see air max motos wider is for people who have wide feet ,so you need to know if you have wide or narrow feet, not that people with narrow feet cant wear it , but its more comfortable for people with wide feet . since you have brought it let see what can do so that you dont blisters . try washing your legs properly apply some nice creams to make your skin dry and wear sock so it sucks your swaet that come from your leg .if the vlister still continue to come you better change the shoe

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hi
first you need to know what type of feet you have , see air max motos wider is for people who have wide feet ,so you need to know if you have wide or narrow feet, not that people with narrow feet cant wear it , but its more comfortable for people with wide feet . since you have brought it let see what can do so that you dont blisters . try washing your legs properly apply some nice creams to make your skin dry and wear sock so it sucks your swaet that come from your leg .if the vlister still continue to come you better change the shoe

If you are satisfied with my answer please vote three thumbs up ..Thank you

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Purchasing the right hiking boots for your feet and for your outdoor activity will make your trip much more enjoyable.
First,decide why you need boots. Camping with a backpack, hiking with a light bag and traveling internationally all call for different kinds of shoes.
Second, Put on a pair of the socks in which you intend to hike.
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