17 Hacks To Make Your Shoes More Comfortable

 

If you love shoes then you'll love these helpful hacks we've found! Whether it's a pair of six inch stilettos or flat ballet pumps, you're bound to have a pair of shoes that look better than they feel.  Keep your feet happy with these simple tips and tricks that will make your shoes feel more comfortable.

 

Keep your feet dry with this great tip for waterproofing cloth shoes.

waterproof your shoes
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Heel grips are great to stop feet slipping out of shoes.

heel grips
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Wrap fabric around your flip flop straps.

fabric flip flops
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If your shoes squeak, add some baby powder to the inside.

talc in shoes
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Rub sandpaper on the soles of new shoes for better traction.

sandpaper shoes
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To stretch tight toe areas of shoes, simply fill freezer bags with water and place inside the shoes. Put the shoes in the freezer overnight.

stretch shoes in freezer
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If you have tight shoe straps, use moleskin to cushion them.

moleskin for tight shoes straps
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If you're suffering with blisters on your feet, bathe them in some tea.

blisters in tea
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Smelly shoes?

tea bags in shoes
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If you're going shoe shopping, always go in the afternoon or evening. Your feet can swell up to half a size bigger as the day goes on.

shoes
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Newspaper together with leather stretch spray can widen boots.

newspaper in boots
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This contraption will stretch shoes properly.

shoe stretcher
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Add gel deodorant to the inside of shoes to prevent friction and blisters.

deoroant blisters
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Denim is great to use for patching up torn heel linings.

torn heels denim
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Prevent pain from flat shoes with these. Available here.

hidden arch supports
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Another way to stretch shoes is to put some thick socks on and then the tight shoes. Apply heat from the hairdryer for a few minutes. Keep the shoes on while they cool. You should find that they're looser.

stretch shoes heat socks
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Make your own innersoles.

cloth insoles
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