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    Wow! I'd never considered this before, which is unfortunate - I have high arches, a wide forefoot/narrow heel AND top of foot pain. Which to try, which to try...

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    Quote Originally Posted by roller View Post
    I had the same problem. The shoes were too big for me.
    The shoes are a good fit, but I'll see if a half size smaller makes a difference. Thanks for the advice.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kitseb View Post
    I have problems with my foot sliding and then my big toe hits the end of my shoe when I stop quickly. Its caused my big toe nail to blacken and fall off. Its horrible and painful so I'll definitely be trying this. Anyone else experience this problem?
    I've had that same problem and actually cracked my big toenail one time. I now wear these Yonex baddy socks with rubber dots at the bottom, and my feet don't move inside the shoe anymore.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pedro22 View Post
    I've had that same problem and actually cracked my big toenail one time. I now wear these Yonex baddy socks with rubber dots at the bottom, and my feet don't move inside the shoe anymore.
    I do have a pair of the Yonex pimple socks (I doubt that's their proper name!), but haven't used them because they make putting my shoes on more difficult...so I'd better give them a go!

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    good find. i have pain at the top of my left foot. it is esp bad the day after play.

    i tried the page suggested leaving a hole in the lacing. after 4 hours of almost continuous play, the pain has not been gotten any worse.

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    Hello, I was always wondering if I should lace my shoes tight or let it a bit loose. Tighten the laces make my feet more painful, but I was wondering if loosing it could cause ankles sprain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by pyrox View Post
    Hello, I was always wondering if I should lace my shoes tight or let it a bit loose. Tighten the laces make my feet more painful, but I was wondering if loosing it could cause ankles sprain.
    where is it painful?

    it should be neither too tight nor too loose. it should be "just right" .

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    Has anyone tried Xtenex shoe laces.. ?

    http://xtenex.com/advantages.html

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhirata View Post
    Has anyone tried Xtenex shoe laces.. ?

    http://xtenex.com/advantages.html
    Very interesting laces. So, the blob locks themselves at the holes and doesn't matter how you use your shoes, they won't come off?

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    thts pretty cool
    will try tht out

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    Quote Originally Posted by kwun View Post
    good find. i have pain at the top of my left foot. it is esp bad the day after play.

    i tried the page suggested leaving a hole in the lacing. after 4 hours of almost continuous play, the pain has not been gotten any worse.
    and confirmed. played another day of badminton and the pain is not there anymore.

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    Used to have toe bleeding after playing.. can really feel the toe aching whenever harsh breaking on the shoes.. and now the nail becoming thicker after using the method of of shoe lacing for toe... can really feel toe is not aching whenever i rush for the shuttle.. thanks for sharing it helps!

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    bump, link is not working lol, tried googling new balance's lacing guide but to no avail >.>

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    Quote Originally Posted by Saladz View Post
    bump, link is not working lol, tried googling new balance's lacing guide but to no avail >.>
    If you are looking for alternate ways of lacing shoes, browse this site. Some are fanciful, but others are specific for sports or foot problems.
    http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/lacingmethods.htm

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    If you are looking for alternate ways of lacing shoes, browse this site. Some are fanciful, but others are specific for sports or foot problems.
    http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/lacingmethods.htm
    yep i have came across that site but couldn't find any method to prevent heel slippage

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    Really? The locking lace at the top is about the best you can do. http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/locklacing.htm
    Perhaps you need one of those heel inserts you can buy at shoestore or pharmacy (or perhaps your shoe is just too big).

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fidget View Post
    Really? The locking lace at the top is about the best you can do. http://www.fieggen.com/shoelace/locklacing.htm
    Perhaps you need one of those heel inserts you can buy at shoestore or pharmacy (or perhaps your shoe is just too big).
    Thanks for the info, will try to find one at the pharmacy, cheers =)

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