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Shoe feels different from foot to foot?

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Hi. I recently got a new pair of calfskin shoes, and spent a few days walking in them. At this moment, my feet feels super different. My right one doesn't hurt at all after a day at work, but my left one aches in the toebox (especially my big toe.) When I try to bend my big toe, it hurts - so it's almost like it's too tight in the area and I have repeatedly stepped on it and caused a smaller injury?

It seems weird to me that the different is so big from shoe to shoe: What would you advice? I have considered relacing and loosen it up. It has 4x2 holes.

 

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Hi. I recently got a new pair of calfskin shoes, and spent a few days walking in them. At this moment, my feet feels super different. My right one doesn't hurt at all after a day at work, but my left one aches in the toebox (especially my big toe.) When I try to bend my big toe, it hurts - so it's almost like it's too tight in the area and I have repeatedly stepped on it and caused a smaller injury?

It seems weird to me that the different is so big from shoe to shoe: What would you advice? I have considered relacing and loosen it up. It has 4x2 holes.

 

PICTURES (Click to show)

 

 

My best,
Simone

 

Could be a manufacturing defect if you know for sure that one of your feet isn't larger than the other.  Maybe have a cobbler stretch the small one?

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visit a chiropodist. in my case it turns out that my toes are in an awkward position pointing up, have a lot of problems with shoes that are not soft on the top, and it is kind of normal to have unequal feet.

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