- Apr 21, 2005
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Thoughts? I want a snug fit at first, so the shoe will mold to my foot, but I have a hard time determining exactly how snug they should be.
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pkincy, just asking here, but do you think maybe you may need to size half down on your EGs and/or Lobbs?Originally Posted by diorshoe
I learned that my feet were two different sizes and that I was generally buying my shoes too large. I didn't know this before, but it's a helpful thing to know. That's why I always preach to newbies about going to a good shoe store and periodiaclly getting your feet measured.Originally Posted by StevenRocks
This is essentially my problem too. One foot is slightly wider than the other, and the widest point is at my toes. As such, I always have trouble judging just how tight a pair of shoes will be. "Snug" in the store can turn out to be very painful at the end of a long day. The small toe is just such a sensitive area of the foot.Originally Posted by DocHolliday