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Help Needed. Narrow feet!

Discussion in 'Classic Menswear' started by AHS, Dec 5, 2012.

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  1. AHS

    AHS Senior member

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    I have narrow feet: 11 B.

    Over the years I have worn shoes that offer narrow widths and models with narrow lasts.

    But there have been shoes (like some narrow Meermin double monks I purchased over the summer) that still don't fit right. My heels come up in them and I worry that I am getting too much creasing across the top.

    Any ideas? I've tried liners but never liked them. Heavier socks? Tongue pads?

    AHS
     
  2. tgt465

    tgt465 Senior member

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    If your heel slips, I would think this would cause less creasing, not more, since the shoe isn't flexing as much as your foot is.

    In any case, try adding heel grips.
     
  3. SloopyNoob

    SloopyNoob Senior member

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    Did you try sizing down? or get an insole?
     

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