- Aug 24, 2011
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The shoes are too small for you (apart from instep), and probably too short (hard to judge fully on photos). Your feet end up too far forward in the shoe, especially left one then. Your big toe joint ends up in front of the widest part of the shoe, and you have a lot of excess space in the arch. Since they are tight at the ball, you further pull the excess leather in the arch and you get a bulge. See similar things on the right shoe, just to a less extent. Probably best thing to try to sell them off. Since it looks like you've been walking around in them, not just tried them on carefully on carpet, they would not have accepted a return on them either way.View attachment 1611124View attachment 1611127View attachment 1611129View attachment 1611126
Brand new pair of vass alt English u last. Only been wearing indoor while wfh for couple of times and it looks like the inside left shoe leather is deformed and loose. The right pair is totally fine with no creasing. First pair of Vass as well
Contacted Vass couple of days ago with no response. Got this pair for 40% off and apparently no returns for discounted shoes.
What would you do or anyone know how to fix this issue? This pair actually fits very snug so I don't understand how there is such a loose leather on the left shoe.