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Dress Safety Shoes for Narrow Widths

30.Jun.17, 04:19; Icon 372; Date 0; Attitude +0 | 0 | -0

A customer recently asked me this question about narrow width dress safety shoes:<BR><BR>I have a 10 year old pair of Florsheim Penny Loafer Steel Toe shoes in C width. I have searched the web and cannot find any dress slip on safety shoes in a B or C width. The D or medium widths are just too loose on my foot and not comfortable.<BR><BR>Does anyone make a C width dress steel toe shoe?<BR><BR> Answer:<BR><BR&g t;No manufacturer that I have found does.. I'm also narrow-footed, and I have the same problem.<BR><BR>My solution is not a perfect one, but here it is.<BR><BR>I had to resort to getting the same length of safety shoe in Medium width, then inserting a purchased insole on top of the standard insole in the shoe. This is not perfect, but it's the only way to get my shoes to fit reasonably comfortably. Make sure you DONT BUY YOUR SAFETY SHOES A SIZE SHORTER because the steel toe gets too close to your toes and can result in blistered toes.<BR><BR>Sometimes the extra insole might be too thick and cause the shoe to fit too tight on the instep or around the toes. If that's the case,www.safetyshoesbuy.com , I remove the original insole (most today are removable) and just use the thicker, added insole. I usually keep the original insole in case the shoe gets sloppy after wearing it a while. If that happens, I just add the original insole back into the shoe with the extra insole.<BR><BR><BR><BR>I recommend the Heavy-Duty Spenco we carry, which are considerably thicker and have much more cushion than the original insoles in safety shoes. This will not only tighten the shoe up, www.safetyshoesbuy.com , but give you a much "cushier" and more comfortable insole in your shoe. (There is no comparison between the Heavy Duty Spenco and the original insolesthe Spenco insoles have a lot more cushion, which will make your safety shoe much more comfortable.) You just have to work a little harder at the fitting.<BR><BR& gt;<BR><BR>Th anks!<BR><BR> Bob <BR>
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