BUY YOUR SIZE

Heels shouldn’t hurt after an hour of wear. And an imprint shouldn’t remain when you take off your shoes. Decide for yourself if it’s time for a new size with 4 quick tips.

1. THE TOEBOX

Can you easily fit a finger between the top of your toes and your shoe, or spread your toes with room to spare? Do your heels slip out when you walk? Your shoes might be too big.

Are your toes pressed together? If an outline of your toes shows through your shoes, they could be too small.

2. THE VAMP

Does the skin on top of your foot sit higher than your slip-on shoe? Dents left on your skin are a sure sign of poor fit, discomfort and a shoe that is too small.

Shoes of Prey sizing goes up to US 15, including half sizes.

3. THE WIDTH

Before you reach for another size, establish what isn’t perfect. If your toes aren’t grazing the end of your shoe, the length (size number) might be good. Focus on how the ball and outer edges of your foot feel. Extra roomy or tightly squeezed? The answer might be a simple width adjustment.

Shoes of Prey offers narrow, standard, wide, and extra wide sizing.

4. FEET CHANGE

Your feet haven’t grown since High School? Hmm. Arches often fall with age, which can cause widening. And if your weight fluctuates, odds are your feet do, too. Check in with your feet at the end of the day. See what areas feel crammed in or extra roomy.

Shoes of Prey offers sizes US 2-15, including half sizes and multiple widths.



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