What to Do When Your Shoes Are Too Tight?

You know there are millions of shoes out there, but you only have two feet. If your current pair isn’t right for whatever reason – maybe they’re too tight or giving off blisters already- this article will help. Here are 8 ways to adjust the fit and avoid buying narrow footwear that can cause problems with circulation in both the short term (these types often become painful) as well the long term if left untreated over time.

Here are 7 ways to stretch out your shoes:

Shoe stretch sprays and liquids

A wide range of liquids and sprays are available on the market that will help you stretch leather, fabric, and even vinyl with ease. As long as you spray them on the tight areas before wearing your shoes, they will have a chance to do their magic while getting into those nagging discomfort zones without causing any damage to your shoes in the process.

Frozen zip-close bag

This is a great way to get your shoes ready for winter. Fill up this bag with water and place it inside one of those chilly boots. The ice will expand as it melts, giving you an extra stretchy cooling solution that’s perfect if none other has been able or willing enough yet (and we know there are plenty).

Find a shoe repair professional

It is hard to find a shoe repair shop that will stretch your shoes, but it’s even more difficult if you live in an area without any professional cobblers. A cobbler has the knowledge and equipment necessary for stretching as well as repairing old footwear so they can last longer overall.

Wear them in the evening

It is sometimes the best way to make your old shoes feel like new again is to give yourself some time in order to soften them up and make them feel like new again. Wear those uncomfortable heels around at home for an evening. You might be surprised how much worse they will get after being out of practice all day long pavement-especially ones that have been worn heavily since there’s nothing else standing between us but our own two feet.

The peeled potato trick

If you want your shoes to fit just right, try this easy method. All it takes is one peel of the potato and mold it into shape. You can even do some basic stretching with these potatoes—stuff them inside overnight for better results than other methods might provide (though they still won’t be as good).

Thick socks and a blow dryer

This is a great way to get your shoes fitted if they don’t feel quite right. First, wear thick socks and make sure the shoe tightly fits you securely without any gaps or flapping around; it should be snug but not too tight so that air can’t circulate through its ventilation holes (which will cause sweating).

The next step involves using either heat from an electric blow-dryer—depending on what type of leather/synthetics were used in making this particular pair–or perhaps even just applying some sunny weather words like “jeans" onto these boring old denim blues.

Adjustable shoe trees

Adjustable shoe trees are a great product for those who want to make their own shoes at home. As well as being affordable, it’s available in both men’s and women’s styles, as well as deluxe editions of cedar wood tones or other types of wood tones on sale as well.

This device can help you expand the length/width ratio without damaging delicate fabrics like leather by using it regularly combined with stretching spray liquids when necessary - best-suited for those looking into making their own kicks because they’re durable enough not only to stand up against wear but grow more comfortable over time too.

Foot problems from tight shoes

While it’s tempting to wear your high heels all day, they’re actually bad for you. They can cause blisters where the shoes rub against the skin or painful conditions like bunions (which will lead to meta tarsalgia).

As well as foot pain in general due to tightness around joints such that when walking up hillsides with heavy weight bearing there is more pressure on each individual toe than what would otherwise occur if these areas had space between them; leading quickly towards long-term cartilage loss at key locations along driveway slopes.

How to Choose the Best Shoes for Bunion Relief?

If you have a bunion, your shoes become even more important. The bump forms when the bones that make up your big toe joint shift out of alignment and can be caused by narrow or pointed footwear which squeezes together all toes in one spot (including those on other feet). Eventually, this extra pressure causes pain along with bent nails; if left untreated - no pun intended.

Where to find bunion-friendly shoes?

Visit your primary care doctor or podiatrist for an examination and recommendation on the right shoe. You can find comfortable roomy shoes at any store, including those made extra deep by specialists like Orth feet & The Walking Company who have inserts that accommodate bunions; they’re also available online if you need them custom-fitted.

Your Medicare card will pay up to three pairs of these specialized inserts per year - so make sure it stays safe where it’s supposed to be before spending too much time worrying about what’s wrong when there isn’t anything actually wrong after all.


So now that you have all this information on how to find the perfect shoes, what are you waiting for? Get out there and start shopping! And if you’re ever in doubt, don’t hesitate to reach out to us for more advice or recommendations. With our help, finding your dream pair of shoes is easy no matter what your style might be.

Andrew Robert
I am Robert Andrew and I have been reviewing shoes for the past 4 years. Living in California, I have a wide variety of shoes to choose from and review. I enjoy sharing my thoughts on different types of shoes with others who are looking for information before making a purchase.