- Mar 9, 2009
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I just bought a pair of Alden algonquins that look great but there's a problem with the fit. The arch support on the right shoe is too far forward. Left shoe feels fine. Is this something a cobbler could fix? Is it just a matter of moving a pad back a half inch? Or is this a structural defect that cannot be easily fixed? Wondering if I should return the shoes. I got them at a good price and I would like to keep them if they could be fixed.