If you’ve tried stretching your shoes at home to no avail, try Shoe Stretch by Tana.
This product, which we carry at our locations in Waterloo, Fergus and Mount Forest, is a universal product that can be used on most shoe materials like leather, suede and nubuck. Its function is to stretch the material of your shoe to better conform to your feet.
Tight-fitting shoes can cause a number of moderate to severe foot problems and toe deformities, including bunions, corns, hammer toe, crossover toe and ingrown toenail, and can be especially damaging to people with poor circulation.
Tana Shoe Stretch helps to relieve the tightness and pressure places on your feet by a tight pair of shoes or boots, and can even be used on gloves.
- 1. Shake the can of Tana Shoe Stretch well, and hold the can about 5 to 8 centimetres away from your shoes.
- 2. Spray Tana Shoe Stretch on the inside of your shoe or boot, around the area that is tight and causing you discomfort.
- 3. After you’ve sufficiently sprayed your shoes, put them on and wear them for a few hours so that your shoes are able to develop a new contour around your foot.
- 4. Repeat this process if your shoes don’t fit comfortably after the first try.
Find out more about Tana Shoe Stretch and other products at Shoetopia by contacting us or visiting one of our locations.