How a dress shoe should fit part 3

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  How a dress shoe should fit part 3

Tips on a how a dress shoe should fit, number 6: Indicator of a good fit

So one little secret that you do not hear about very often is that when you remove the shoe and you get that sound like the release of a vacuum, that is a good indicator that you have a tight fit. On a bespoke shoe, that is usually what you get and it is also a little more difficult to take them off. So if you experience that, chances are this shoe fits your foot quite well.

Tips on a how a dress shoe should fit, number 7: Arch support

Some men need additional arch support. It seems like it is a controversial topic where some people argue in favor of insoles that support your arches, while others think it just deteriorates the problem. You should go with what feels right on your feet.

Tips on a how a dress shoe should fit, number 8: Shoe size

Of course, it sounds very simple, and you just have to measure your feet before you buy. The problem is your left foot is not just different than your right foot, but the size of your foot also varies throughout the day with the swelling and depending on how much you walk. For most people, the feet are biggest in the evening so that is a good time when you should measure your shoes or go and buy shoes.

Tips on a how a dress shoe should fit, number 9: Shoe width

When it comes to the width of the shoe, most manufacturers have numbers. Letter A means it is a slimmer width, D usually is a medium width, and E or EE or F are larger widths. The problem is this is not a uniform standard and so you have to look at each individual brand.

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