If your shoes are made of leather, spray the inside with a mix of rubbing alcohol and water. Wear them for about 20 to 30 minutes. This allows the shoes to mould to your natural foot shape.
To gradually expand and widen your shoes, fill them with bags of water and place them in the freezer overnight. Be sure the bags of water are secured from leakage.
Wear Them In
Wear thick soaks then wear your shoes in the house while doing chores or just lazying around. This way you get used to the feel of the shoe as it gradually moulds to your foot and you avoid blisters.
Heat Them Up
On a fairly high temperature, blow dry in and around your shoes to help them expand. Do this for a few minutes, really helps with leather shoes but be careful with flammable fabrics.
Ease Into Them
Instead of wearing your shoes on long stretches of time and risking getting blisters, wear them for shorter periods of time. Be patient and sooner than later you’ll be able to run in them!
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