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Edited by the shah - 4/21/13 at 7:57am
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new silent looks like it wants to be boris in a bad way. in other news, i just got the black pleated balenciaga lows. will patiently await their arrival so i can wear them once or twice and re-sell them. 

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Is it me or did Hypebeast up the price on the Icarus and Surgery sneakers?

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We cleaned them out last time they ran a code (0). I think prices went up at other places too a bit.
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i like these


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Originally Posted by cyc wid it View Post

We cleaned them out last time they ran a code (0). I think prices went up at other places too a bit.

They did raise them, they had them at 450 before. But every store had them at like 650 so its still lower than most.
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my condolences
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These cream marjellys hurt my left foot (specifically: area connecting my left big toe + left foot) when walking.  For some reason the right side is fine.  Normal/break in, shoes slightly too big, or...?  Bought them lightly used, worn a couple times and it's not getting better.  These are the ones with the rubberized treatment on the leather.

 

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your left instep is probably higher than your right, which is causing the pain.
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Balenciaga sneaker drops on lncc. Heh. Pleated highs in white, grey, blue. The cool lows.. Arenas.. All sizes available. I couldn't resist...
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I just don't like the tongue on the damir doma sneakers. I don't know what I would have preferred but it's not that.
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Originally Posted by NotCrispy View Post

These cream marjellys hurt my left foot (specifically: area connecting my left big toe + left foot) when walking.  For some reason the right side is fine.  Normal/break in, shoes slightly too big, or...?  Bought them lightly used, worn a couple times and it's not getting better.  These are the ones with the rubberized treatment on the leather.

 

 

I had the same problem with my first GATs. I'm a true 44.5 and got a 44. They fit "perfectly snug", when I first tried them on and one was a little tighter than the other. Basically some of my toes were just touching the front. Didn't bother me at first, but upon walking around with them I noticed that they would hurt one of my feet after a couple of hours. Probably has to do with the feet swelling when warm. 

 

Eventually sold them and got them in size 45, which fits a bit too long and loose but are very comfortable. You should size up.

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I have one foot larger than the other, which is pretty common in case you didn't know, and I've been saved from reselling a lot of shoes by discovering heel grips.

My heels are pretty narrow to begin with so I get heel slip a lot. Obviously insoles and an extra pair of socks are easy solutions sometimes, but these little suede patches you adhere to the inside back of the shoe have been a lifesaver. They're really cheap on Amazon and some people complaining of them not staying put. But I've found the trick is to get the placement right the first time, which is really difficult. Once you peel off the backing, you have to stick it in place without catching the stickum on anything. If you place it wrong and have to peel it up and stick it again, you lose a lot of the bond and there's a good chance it will come off. It's surprisignly difficult to get them in place the first try.

Another thing I've done is to cut the end of a sock off where you're left with a tube that only goes over your ankle. This allows me to have one sock on the wide part of my foot, but two socks on the heel.

Heel blisters are a problem for a lot of ppl and it's strange to me that I can't find socks that are thick in the heel and thin in the instep. But anyway, I've kind of found my own solution.

The bottom line is that you should never settle for uncomfortably small shoes because sizing up should usually have a solution.
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just ordered from ln-cc...

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