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Unfortunately, after a week or two of continuous use, you can start noticing that the soles of the shoes start wearing out excessively on the outer edge under the heel, and so when you use them, the shoes and your feet incline outwards. After a month, the arc is bad enough I decided to quit using the elevator insoles with the concerned pairs of boots.
I am considering going to a shoemaker to see if he can somehow reinforce the soles of the shoes as to avoid the excessive wearing out and the resulting bend.
Found a product called Shoe Goo. You can use it to patch holes on worn out soles. Imma try to use it to sort of rebuild the worn heel area and that way keep the shoe flat on the ground and keep it from tilting.
Rubber isn't rubber. There's variation in quality (otherwise, all car tires would cost the same and be good for the same mileage). Most heels are rubber and the cheap shoes use cheap rubber.
When you purchase quality footwear, the rubber they use in the heels usually lasts longer.
In addition, quality footwear is usually easier to repair (assuming you send it to someone that knows what they're doing).
In the long run, quality costs less. A cheap pair of shoes goes in the trash when worn out. A quality pair of shoes goes to a cobbler and gets resoled. Over time, the more expensive shoes (up front) will save you money.
Temporarily unavailable as I need to focus on other areas of my life. Only focusing on no more than two goals at once. Best of luck to you guys.
For anybody wondering, ended up solving this issue by buying this :
It is a paste to repair soles. Once it dries a little, you can shape it and when it dries completely it is pretty resistant and can keep your soles in good shape if the insoles are making them wear too much.
Also, insoles are great. I passed from being slightly below average height to being above average height and I can tell the difference when I walk in the street, in the metro, or in class.
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