Post # 1
I bought a pair of Dyealbes shoes from a local wedding shop a few weeks ago. When I got them home and started walking around the house in them I noticed that the heel strap kept slipping and it was very difficult to walk. I have looked into several options including foot petals strappy strips and foot petals insoles. Has anyone ever used either of these products before? Any other ideas? Or should I try and resell them (they have already been dyed navy) and look for something new?
Post # 3
I have a pair of shoes that does this to me, but I LOVE them so I can’t wait to hear what people propose for helping you with this problem. I think something can be figured out, though, so don’t sell them quite yet.
Post # 4
It looks like there is a buckle, so if the strap is too loose you could have another hole punched. Otherwise, I’d take it to a cobbler. My shoe is a slingback and I’m having some problems with slipping as well, but I anticipate that it will be an easy fix for a cobbler. Good luck!
Post # 5
I’ve never used the strips, but like shazi, I was going to recommend taking them to a shoe repair shop and having the strap shortened. With a buckle, it will be really easy and pretty in expensive.
Hope it helps!
Post # 6
When I bought my shoes, the salesman automatically put no slip strips on the inside of the heel strap after he punched another hole just to be safe. the strips feel great. I think the company that sells foot petals sells those strips too. Check out a local shoe store or department store.
Post # 7
I will definitely try to locate a cobbler. Thanks for the suggestions.