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Is my shoe too small?

Discussion in 'Clothing & Footwear' started by lightsmash, Jun 2, 2006.

  1. lightsmash

    lightsmash Regular Member

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    is the shoe too small. :(
    it fits like a glove thou.
     
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    If you feel the pain while playing, then it definitely is. Else, enjoy it. From the look of it, it doesn't seem lasting. Easily gets torn on the side.
    rgds
     
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    I was told by a shop owner that we should get shoes slightly larger than our normal size. His reason is that our feet can enlarge a bit when we are playing. I followed his advice and I find no problems of slipping nor discomfort when playing.
    Maybe you should try this...
     
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    extremenanopowe Regular Member

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    Nice picture though. What camera are you using and whats the feature do you set before capturing it?
    rgds
     
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    If the shoe is brand new, then it's normail you feel stiff and tight. That's what the "break in" period to be used for. ;)
     
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    Hi, I was using the SE K750i handphone to take the pic, its taken at auto settings...and I have on the flash.
     
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    Actually I was thinking to change for a bigger size one, so I cant wear it to court if thats the case.
    But I cant wait any longer and tried it on courts. To my surprise, its quite comfortable. Not too tight, althou there isnt much toe space its quite comfy too. :)
     

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