I have new cycling shoes.
They fit fairly well -- I've worn them for an hour -- but I'd like them a bit wider at the toe (I have wide feet).
Can they be widened? They uppers are not made of leather. I think that when a shoe-shop widens leather shoes, they do that using some product which softens the leather, and which doesn't work with a synthetic upper.
I tried one shoe-shop, who told me they couldn't do it, because they only have the product for leather.
Can it be done at all? Does it need a special product (for synthetics), or perhaps some heat, or only patience? I realise that widening might not be as effective as it is with leather, but if it can be done at all then even a little might help.