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    I have a stupid question about wearing ballerinas or high heels...
    Usually I have about a little less than a thumb's width space in my shoes. I hate it when my toes touch the shoe and my feet get bigger when I walk for several hours so I need a little extra space.
    But how do you do it with ballerinas or high heels like this:






    My feet always slip out of such shoes!
    I even wear sneakers or other closed shoes in summer because my feet hurt in all kinds of summer shoes. Either my feet slip out of the shoe completely or they slip out just a little bit and then the shoes rub against my heels all the time until I get blisters or the shoes have to be super tight so that my feet can't move at all and then my feet hurt as well.

    So are such shoes supposed to be worn that tight? Do your toes touch the shoe in the front or do you have a little space? Can you wear them without any problems?

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    OMFG you posted one of my all time favorite shoes. I have to get a pair of those gucci shoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    There are little things you can put in the heel to keep the shoe from slipping or pads for the balls of your feet to keep your foot from slipping to the front.
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    Yes-that is an easy fix. You can order from FootSmart.com.
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    How are those thingies called?
    Does this mean you can wear these open shoes in the same size like your sneakers without slipping out?

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    heel grips and ball of foot pads

    i have them in so many pairs of shoes, they make the biggest difference. no slipping out, no toes hanging over......

    you can get them in shoe stores, or at shoe repair shops or on line. even mega stores like walmart and target have them in the shoe departments
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    I always wear heels like those with the little sticky pads for the balls of your feet inside them. Sooooooo much more comfortable!

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    Good to know! I will definitely try them. I always wondered why I am the only one whose feet keep slipping out...

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