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Choose a shoe that has a wide toe box. Your feet tend to swell during the day, so try to shop for shoes in the late afternoon, when your feet are at their largest. Make sure there is "wiggle room" in the toe box of the shoe. If the shoes are tight or pinch in […]

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08/03/2018


Choose a shoe that has a wide toe box. Your feet tend to swell during the day, so try to shop for shoes in the late afternoon, when your feet are at their largest. Make sure there is "wiggle room" in the toe box of the shoe. If the shoes are tight or pinch in the store, they will become worse after a day on your feet.

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