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Like a great baseball glove, quality leather has a break-in period. It’s normal for new shoes to feel tight around the toes, rub at the heel and pinch a little bit. Because leather is an organic material and it stretches as it molds to your feet, every new pair of shoes requires a break-in period. This is standard practice for high-quality shoes and guarantees your comfort and satisfaction. The first time you wear your new shoes, bring your old shoes with you. If you experience any discomfort, trade them out for your old shoes. Then gradually increase the duration you wear your new shoes to ensure your comfort.
Some things you can do to help soften your shoes and accelerate the break-in period:
Every foot has a story and every foot is beautiful! If you have bunions and or uniquely shaped feet consider purchasing a Footfitter Ball & Ring Cast Iron Bunion Stretcher. This tool can instantly pinpoint areas that require stretching and relieve pressure from corns, hammertoes and bunions. This amazing device can instantly shape almost any pair of shoes to meet your specific needs.