they actually have this thing for shoes that stretches out the shoes.
thats just an example, i'm sure you can find it for much cheaper.
...i'm a guy i'm only assuming it would help=P
MrBklynW (rep: 417k) posted Nov 09, 2011
Frist buy your shoes at the end of the day when you are tired beyond belife and your feet are swallown to the max.
Go for very comfortable. It does not matter if the shoe is pretty and cheep. If they hurt your feet they are not worth the money spent on them.
You might not wind up with the most"amazing" glamor book pair but your feet and back will thank you in the end.
The rest of my advice is to take the shoes to a consigment shop and get what you can for them and put the money toward better shoes for yourself.
skaro964 (rep: 4.5k) posted Nov 09, 2011
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