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16 December, 2015

MEDca Shoe Stretcher #Review #ShoeStretcher


     My feet are a little one the wide side.  I normally don't encounter problems because they aren't super wide.  Most shoes accommodate well.  But every now and then I have a pair of shoes that aren't as comfortable as they could be, usually in the toe area.  My toes tend to be wide spread compared to the rest of my foot.
     So when I saw these MEDcaTM Shoe Stretchers, I was excited to try them on my slip on sneakers because they tend to hurt a little.  They're really simple contraptions.  They have 2 semi-sphere type shapes, separated by a metal piece that holds the two ends by their screws.  Turning the ends one way or the other will determine whether the stretcher is expanding or contracting.

     So the way you use them is that you open the stretcher to the width you want the shoe stretched to and slide it in place, turn over the middle metal piece if needed to further expand it.  Then you let it sit there for a while to stretch out the shoe.
     The problem that I had with these was that the end caps were so rounded and smooth that I couldn't really keep them in place.  Sometimes it seemed like it was staying, but a bump would make it fall out of place again.
     I think if the end caps were more flat or had silicone grips it would stay in place and work.  Unfortunately I just couldn't get it to help me out with my shoes.  I think I will try adding a few strips of hot glue to each end and try again sometime soon and see if that works.
     Have you ever tried shoe stretchers?  What was your experience with them?  To learn more, check out MEDca on Amazon.

Except for the product(s) given to me for the purpose of reviewing, I received no compensation for this post. All opinions are 100% my own.

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