While your new pair of shoes might already be fantastic, there could be some ways to make them just a little bit better. That’s why if you want to make sure your new shoes are the best they can be, you should take a took at the three suggestions listed below. Who knows, following one of these suggestions could make your new pair of shoes even better than they currently are.
1. Improve the grip of your new shoes.
If your new shoes are lacking grip, there’s no need to wait for the soles to become scuffed up through daily wear to obtain the heightened grip you desire. Simply rub some sandpaper on the soles before you go out and enjoy your new shoes’ instant traction.
2. Customize the shoelaces.
Bored of standard shoelace patterns? Look online for other interesting patterns that can give your new shoes an extra bit of flair. There are even patterns geared toward specific foot shapes that can help relieve the pressure on certain areas of your feet if that’s something you could benefit from.
3. Stretch out your new shoes for greater comfort.
If your new shoes are feeling a little tight, then stretch them out by slipping a water-filled Ziploc bag into each shoe and freezing the shoes overnight. As the water freezes, it’ll expand and stretch out your new shoes. By morning, the shoes should be a little roomier and thus, more comfortable to wear.