- Purchase a professional quality shoe stretcher from your local shoe repair shop. For ladies’ shoes, the stretchers go by shoe size and are designed for both low heel and high heel shoes, with bunion attachments.
- Get a bottle of liquid shoe stretch to spray on your shoes while using the wooden shoe stretcher. If your shoes are leather, you’ll have greater success.
- Consider taking the shoes to a professional shoe repair shop. They often use a stretching machine to apply specific pressure and heat precisely where the shoe hurts ‘ including length, toe raise, instep stretching and so on. On occasion, they’ll speed up the process with a leather softening agent.
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