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Marking my place as would love to know too. I've got two pairs (same shoe, different colour) that I cannot wear, as they keep falling out, even though they're not too big. Those heel grip things made no difference.
I guess if your shoes are just too big you could try it though?
Hi MM. I have a 'don't buy' tip too! I have a pair of shoes that I brought despite them being too big (). Sales assistant recommended those stick on-heel grips - but they don't work me and only ladder my tights as the corners have curled up and stick. Would thin/thick insoles do the trick?
Half insoles that you put in the front of the shoes. I also have flat thin feet, particularly thin at the front, and they do help. You can get leather ones (I usually get them from a shoe-repair shop or counter) and see-through gel ones. The good thing about the latter is that they're a bit squidgy so help with the soreness in the balls of the feet that you get with heels. Boots do them think they have their own brand and also do Scholls or similar.