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Yes. I took them to a shop whose website says they work with (help to fit) walking boots and ski boots (as well as with leather town shoes). The man there said that he'd use heat when widening them, but wasn't specific about his equipment and technique. It didn't make a big difference -- not big enough if the shoes were the wrong size to begin with -- but ...


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I live in a tropical country, so most of the year the temperature is above 20° Celsius, so coldness is not an issue here. It can also be unpredictable for rain. I have tried both strategies: a) (try to) keep dry while riding under the rain and b) (act like) not caring about it. With strategy a, the problem is sweat accumulates inside rainproof gear, so I end ...


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This may be unthinkable in some cultures (esp. English-speaking ones), but a time-tested and easy solution is to take off the shoes and put them in your bag until it stops raining. As DavidW points out, it may be uncomfortable when it’s cold and windy on top of rainy, yet not so cold that it’ll just snow instead of raining. To me this seems such a rare ...


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Some googling returns sprays that can either condition Synthetic Leather (also known as Faux Leather) or "relax" the material to encourage stretching using an adjustable form (some pieces of wood roughly foot shaped) Another option is to apply the conditioner in a nugget or wax, while you are wearing the shoes. You can also choose to wear an ...


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According to this manufacturer's web site, some shoes can be "heat-molded": Heat Molding This cycling shoe is the most heat moldable shoe on the market today. Bont's resin is developed in house and has been perfected over 36 years to be an extremely stiff resin that becomes pliable at relatively low temperatures. The base of the shoe is moldable ...


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