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As we always state, your feet are unique to you, and finding the right pair of shoes can sometimes be a little tricky (I also recommend you read our 10 Tips for Finding the Right Shoe blog). We also know that genuine leather shoes tend to stretch after a few wears, but sometimes, getting to that comfortable spot may be a bit uncomfortable, and buying the next size up wouldn’t make much sense considering that they too would eventually stretch and then become too loose!
The great thing about leather is its versatility and how it becomes more comfortable with time and wear (even if it was so when you first bought the pair!). Its natural pliability allows it to change to the shape of your foot. The only problem is the time it may take – and don’t we all want a quicker and more convenient way to get them to stretch out just that little bit to make them perfectly comfortable?
Here are a few tips to help you with just that!
And always remember that if you’ve bought a pair of shoes from the Rana Cheikha or Wander Collections, you can always get in touch for tips to adjust your shoes if you're facing a specific issue. We are always more than happy to make sure your shoes as comfortable as can be, so if you also prefer that we directly alter your shoes, we are more than happy to do so!
Signing-off: Rana Cheikha for The Shoe Advisor
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With a little TLC, shoes can last much longer than you think, and a pair of good leather shoes can last for years and years. It may seem like a tedious job, but taking good care of your shoes only needs about 10 to 15 minutes every so often.