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SOURCE: What size should I get for more daughter, she wears a size 13 shoe?

These socks are not right for your daughter because the large goes up to size 11 shoe. You will need to get her small or extra small adult sized socks.

Posted on Feb 16, 2014

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SOURCE: I wear 11 size shoes and planning to buy wrestling shoes. Should I buy the same size?

It is said that the wrestling shoes are relatively smaller than the normal size. So, whenever you are looking for purchasing shoes for yourself. Always make sure that you purchase one size bigger to get comfortable shoes for you while wrestling. Also, you can get wide variety of options for sports shoes from BestPickers.

Posted on Apr 26, 2017

SOURCE: How are shoe sizes calculated?

Every Brand has a different way to design their shoes, you just keep in mind that your foot size is 28cm and relate it according to their size chart.

Posted on Jul 22, 2017

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How are shoe sizes calculated?


Every Brand has a different way to design their shoes, you just keep in mind that your foot size is 28cm and relate it according to their size chart.

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Tips on how to Choose Wear and Care for converse all star shoes


Buying Converse shoes is quite simple. Make sure one's just like the other, from the way the toe guard sits on the shoe to the distance between the eyelets. Check to see if the tongue pokes out about an inch over your laced-up shoelaces on each shoe.Here are some tips for wearing your converse shoes: •Wear quality socks that allow your feet to breathe.•Keep your laces untwisted within the eyelet space so they'll last longer and look fresher. •Make Converse your own by choosing laces in a different color or size. •Center the tongue of the shoe so they'll be more comfortable on your feet.•Make sure to confirm that wearing Converse will not create or magnify any foot problems. Bunyons, pronation, supination will all lead to more serious problems and later it will be harder to find shoes that fit and feel comfortable. When caring for your Converse shoes, just say no to bleach! Use soap and water to clean shoes without damage.

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Fit flops are sized like regular shoes...Amazon has them all!

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What size should I get for more daughter, she wears a size 13 shoe?


These socks are not right for your daughter because the large goes up to size 11 shoe. You will need to get her small or extra small adult sized socks.

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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.

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I wear 11 size shoes and planning to buy wrestling shoes. Should I buy the same size?


Wrestling shoe s are actually smaller thanregular shoes, so if you wear 11 shoes, you should buy 12 wrestlingshoes.

Aug 06, 2012 | Wrestling

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I'm fairly 7 in shoes and boot. I should get 6.5 for a Rider Spur Inside Zip


You need to try on Frye boots in person. The size can vary by style with this brand. Also, you need to make sure that you try it on with the type of socks that you plan to wear it with. I recommend wearing thick socks - if you later choose to wear the boots with tights, you can always where sock over the tights.

This style has a narrow ankle, so if you must order without trying on, I recommend a size 7. The boot will stretch with use, but that's no help if you can't get it on!

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Not necessarily a problem, but... I have a pair of size 7 women's Sorel Snowlion navy boots. I don't remember where I ordered them from. Was told to order a size smaller than shoe......well, they are...


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Nov 29, 2010 | Sorel Snowlion Shoes

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I would be happy to receive recommendation on a good casual shoes. What do you have for me? Thank you.


I use the 'Creative Recreation Dicoco Lo'.These shoes fit true to size and are very stylish yet casual. I was able to wear these with the silver stripe with my suit to a wedding and got tons of compliments. But I can wear it with a t-shirt and jeans just as easily.

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