Shoes Too Tight? Here’s How To Make Shoes Bigger

Want to learn how to make shoes bigger at home and/or with professional tools? Well, today you will learn how to stretch shoes in different ways.

There are many reasons why you'd want to make too small shoes bigger. Maybe you've just bought a new pair of shoes; they haven't been worn in yet, so they're a little tight.

Thankfully, most shoes can easily be stretched out to achieve some toe-wiggling room! And there are a few cheap & cheerful shoe repair hacks that you can easily do at home.

All you need is a heavy pair of socks (the tighter the shoe, the heavier the socks!) and a hot hair blow dryer.

Try a Blow Dryer with Thick Socks


Because our feet swell throughout the day, due to walking and standing, our feet in the evening are at their largest size.

Wear Your Shoes in the Evening


Shoe stretchers are great shoe accessories for those of us who have problem feet and can't get the right shoes to fit.

Use a Shoe Stretching Tool


Isopropyl alcohol is definitely a solver of the how to stretch out shoes problem, but is also a great way to break in new shoes.

Stretch Shoes with Alcohol


This works particularly well for stretching out the front part of your shoes and the width, if your shoes happen to have straps or laces to secure the baggie inside.

Stretch Shoes in the Freezer


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