/fa/ I really need your help.
I have club foot and I work as a car salesman.
I'm constantly on my feet and I have to wear dress shoes to look nice, now here's the problem:
No matter what shoes I'm wearing will always crease so much that one shoe end up looking like garbage (my other foot is normal and thus, the creasing on that shoes is normal).
The club foot shoe creases UPWARDS and end up looking like a fucking elf shoe and the other shoe loos normal.
I've resorted to buying cheap shitty shoes because in a matter of a few wears (no matter the quality, I've had some higher quality shoes gifted to me) they end up looking really bad..
I don't know what to do, /fa/, and I'm not going to start buying two separate pairs of shoes, either..
I've tried stuffing the shoe, but it doesn't help.
I know someone who also has club foot.
He got himself a custom made shoe and he's really happy about it. Looks a bit weird though, super clunky, but you will have to accept that your foot will always look unusual, no matter what. Go to a shoemaker and see what he can do.
Where can I "make" some and whats Common Projects?
Okay, here's a pic. I buy cheap low quality shoes because I run through them so fast, buying a high quality pair would be a waste of money. These are also BRAND new shoes, I've worn them only twice so face and you'll see noticeable creasing on the left shoe.
I'm on my phone, so excuse the shitty collage.
I have club foot as well, but both feet are affected. Honestly, I've found that it's better to to just wear shoes that lessen the pain. You have a medical condition, so fuck people thinking less of you for not wearing whatever is fashionable.
Most overhyped overpriced designersneaker every fuccboi owns and local /fa/ meme. They have insane narrow foot that even normal feet people can hardly wear (me for example).
I would recommend you to go to orthopedist and talk with him first so he can tell you what is allowed for your feet and what not and than search a good coblber in your area and talk with him. You could of course buy shoes in bigger sizes and put orthopedic insole into them, but it may make them into clown shoes so I would ask your doc first and see what he can do for you.
>I've only worn them twice.
Guys, to you LITERALLY don't understand. This is JUST the beginning. In about two weeks the toebox will be curved up like a mexican's pointy cowboy boots.
If this thread is still up or something tomorrow I'll post a pic of my old shoes.
Ah, you know my plight.
I don't ever have too much pain because I'm unilateral, but I do have some pain during the winter and after exercise. It's not so much what people think about me, but more about how seeing it irritates me. I'm burning through so much money.
leather creasing is inevitable, man; and among some circles it's a mark of heavy wear, which is respected (not kidding this board gets fetish-y about denim fades and worn-to-shit footwear)
but considering your line of work there's no harm in buying a pair of Allen Edmonds. They're more comfortable than what you're wearing and they'll last a long time if you take care of them; and they look better. Other people have already pointed out that the creasing isn't more pronounced in the left shoe. Don't worry about it.
Yeah, I understand creasing is inevitable no matter what, I collect sneakers and I get that, it's just my left shoe gets wayyyy more thrashed than my right after a long time of use.
Tomorrow I'll post a pic of my old shoes.
It's not so much the creasing, it's the fact that my foot is smaller than the other, so when I walk the shoe begins to bend upwards like an elf shoe.
I have different feet sizes too. Many people have. Just put a thin insole into shoe for smaller feet and that's it. Or wear thicker socks.
I think Nordstorm allows you to buy shoes of different sizes (for example one 42 and other 43).
start a thread on /b/ and see how quickly it gets archived (spoiler: it won't)