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Heel gripper things to keep slightly too large shoes on?

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MostlyCake Wed 12-Mar-14 22:14:28

Do they exist?!

Size 6.5 is slightly too big and a 6 is too tight.... its probably the style of shoe as well but I keep walking out if them. Is there anything to keep your shoes on?!

ta!

OneLittleLady Wed 12-Mar-14 22:15:48

Heel grips, scholl do them as do other brands. the best ones are the leather/suede ones. insoles can help as well

MostlyCake Wed 12-Mar-14 22:20:24

Thanks very much, do you think I'd pick them up in tesco or do I have to go to a shoe shop?

Fozzleyplum Wed 12-Mar-14 22:22:38

I'd try both types - leather and, if they don't work, the gel ones. I have slim heels, but wide feet, so I've tried these I the past. I'm sorry to report that I've had no success with the gel ones - they always roll up and stick to my heel. The leather ones are better, but they still tend to go sticky at the edges.

I've now given up and resorted t shoes with a strap over the top.

OneLittleLady Wed 12-Mar-14 22:23:02

Our local tesco stocks them so I would think you'd be able to get some fairly easily smile

KatoPotato Wed 12-Mar-14 22:23:56

If not timpsons usually sell them!

cerealqueen Wed 12-Mar-14 22:26:47

Be very careful applying, you may need extra glue and then leave for at least 24 hrs, that way they stay out and no sticky outers sticking to you.

Shimmyshimmy Wed 12-Mar-14 23:12:07

Try sizers they worked for me!

Pumpkintopf Wed 12-Mar-14 23:15:42

Boots also sell them

MostlyCake Fri 14-Mar-14 13:39:08

Thanks everyone!

Flozle Sun 16-Mar-14 22:16:50

Wilkinsons. Suede ones. Cheap as chips and really work. Don't buy the gel kind: they're rubbish!

Swimmingwithsharks Sun 16-Mar-14 23:41:10

Use a leather insole or half insole. Those heel grips never worked for me and they ruin your tights!

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