1. Rubbing Alcohol
Stretch your thight boot by swabbing the inside with rubbing alcohol and wearing the boots with socks for 30 minutes.
2. Prevent Blisters
Petroleum Jelly, deodorant and baby powder all serve to lubricate the area prone to blisters, so that your foot moves more freely in your shoe and doesn’t get caught rubbing on a friction point.
3. Tape your toes
There is a nerve that splits beteen your third and fourth toes, wearing heels puts pressure on this nerve, resulting in sore feet. Taping your third and fourth toes together with medical tape alleviates the pressure put on the nerve.
Break in a pair of shoes by blow drying a pair of socks for 2 minutes and then putting them on with your new shoes. Heating up the shows allows the leather to stretch slightly, and the socks help to push the leather out just a little bit further than your bare foot would.
6. Sand Paper
Slippery shoes can be a problem with new shoes. Roughing up the sole with sand paper will give you more grip and help keep you from slipping.
7. The freezer
Stretch tight shoes by placing a plastic bag of water in the toe of your shoes and placing in the freezer overnight. The water wil expand as it freezes acting as a DIY shoe stretching method.