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slightly too big heels - anything I can buy to stop them slipping off?

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kiwidreamer Fri 18-Dec-15 16:14:05

I ordered a few pairs online, had to go up a size as they didn't have any in my usual size and they fit really good and I suspect my feet will be puffy post flight / in the heat when I wear them so it might be a blessing but they are prone to slipping off at the back - is there a wonder product that will help with this or do I need to get an insert?

EmilyPunkhurst Fri 18-Dec-15 17:18:03

These shoe sizers work really well for me. The packs comes with all three sizes so you can use them in different fitting shoes but also, if necessary use different sizes with different feet. That's good where you have a "bigger" foot.

chipsandpeas Fri 18-Dec-15 19:47:42

ive used the shoe sizers as well and they have worked along with heel grips

princessconsuelabannahammock Fri 18-Dec-15 19:53:01

I recently had to charity shop an amazing pair of heels as nothing would make them half a size bigger and i tried everything - sorry. Still miss them as they were amazing!

BrendaandEddie Fri 18-Dec-15 20:34:57

in soles

Twinklestein Fri 18-Dec-15 22:19:53

Don't you just squish your toes against your shoe sizers rather than the ends?

A half insole pushes your feet back in the shoe. I've tried heel grips but they don't work (on me at least).

Serenite Sat 19-Dec-15 08:36:52

Look at detachable shoe straps on Amazon - they might help.

I've bought a few, the only colour that didn't work was nude as it was the wrong colour nude for the shoes I wanted them for. But they look good and make all the difference in high heels - I've worn them with louboutins all day and they didn't look out of place on the shoe and meant I could actually wear the shoes rather than just loving them but knowing I couldn't wear them due to my foot lifting out of them/pain!!!

The other thing is strong plumbers tape that sticks your foot into the shoe - like duct tape I think it's called (lift it from my husband!) it really works and again makes shoes you couldn't wear really easy to walk in

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