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(8 Posts)
cardoon Fri 03-Jun-11 08:04:25

They have them in my local TKMAXX for £10

I seem to be between sizes and can't decide if I should go for the ones that just fit - or - the ones that are a little boat like

Which would hurt my feet least in the long run dyou think?

Paschaelina Fri 03-Jun-11 08:18:05

Well neither since they obviously don't suit your feet. A waste of a tenner which you could put towards something that fits.

cardoon Fri 03-Jun-11 08:25:57

I don't know in advance that they would hurt my feet - just wanted to minimise the possibility! grin

bishboschone Fri 03-Jun-11 09:48:43

I buy the smaller size.I have loads..v comfy

BooBooGlass Fri 03-Jun-11 09:49:43

Oooo I know where I'm going today. Mine have just about had it

YesterdaysPants Fri 03-Jun-11 12:13:51

Ooh this is like Bloch mania all over again! <races to TK Maxx>

miche8 Fri 03-Jun-11 13:31:37

I'd go for the slightly smaller size. They last forever and are fairly comfy compared to cheaper versions that will look tatty after one summer.

cardoon Fri 03-Jun-11 13:40:12

Thanks ladies, have bought a nice soft green pair that say 35-36 but above that it says usa 4/5 eur 37/38 confused I am a UK 4 and they only just fit..............

now, the brown would be very useful wouldn't they?.............wink

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