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Danskos hurting top of foot?

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Got a pair of Danskos for my birthday a while back and started using them recently. They really do relieve all the pain on the bottoms of my feet, which is wonderful. The downside is that when I wear them, I now get some pain on the top of my right foot, about where the bones of all my toes branch out. The pain starts about halfway through the shift and is relieved when I pop my foot out for a few minutes. It comes and goes and is only on my right foot. Has anyone else experienced this? I love that my feet aren't fatigued after the shift but I'm not a big fan of the alternative pain.

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Yes. Happened to me too! Solved it by getting a "wide". They weren't too narrow but the extra room just gave my foot more space to wiggle and it helped a ton.

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so weird - happened to me too and I have narrow feet ...

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Kunzieo has 7 years experience.

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Yup, the Danskos do this to me, too- but the more you wear the shoe, the better it gets- the material stretches/flattens out, eventually.

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Thanks for the replies, glad I'm not too outta whack, lol. My feet have plenty of room so I don't think it's a width problem in my case. I've only had them a short time so I'll wait it out and see how they feel after they're broken in. I'd hate to have to kick them to the curb, they are the only shoe that the bottoms of my feet are comfortable in (plus, they some 'spensive kicks!)

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I have had the same pair of Danskos for about 10 years now and they do get better with wear. Especially if they are leather then they will stretch and mold more to your feet.

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