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Montrail Fluidbalance Hiking Shoes
Recognized for it';s supportive, smooth ride, this versatile hybrid shoe is cushioned enough for your road miles yet provides enough traction for venturing onto your favorite trails.Key Features of the Montrail Fluidbalance Hiking Shoes: Weight: 8.6 oz...::$59.95
Salomon Wings Flyte 2 Shoes
Run with confidence across technical trails with the lightweight WINGS FLYTE 2.* 3D Stretch Air Mesh * Protective Synthetic Toe Cap * Mud Guard * Friction Free Lace Eyelet * Sensifit™ * Quicklace™ * Lace Pocket * Tongue Cover * Outsole: High Abrasion...::$89.95
Red Stiletto Standee
Our Red Stiletto Standee has the look of a sexy red leather high heel shoe. Each Red Red Stiletto Standee measures 3' high x 3' 10" wide and is printed on one side of cardboard. The Red Stiletto Standee is the perfect decoration accent for bachelorette...::$25.40
Merrell Moab Ventilator Hiking Shoes
Merrell Moab Ventilator Hiking Shoes::$70.95
Salomon Ellipse GTX Hiking Shoes
Athletically inspired details and specific fit make this lightweight waterproof hiking shoe ideal for women who like to move quickly in the mountains.* WEIGHT 320 g / 11.3 oz (SIZE US 7W) * UPPER Heel foam * Women';';s specific design * Women';';s...::$77.95
Merrell All Out Peak Hiking Shoes
With more cushioning for more miles, this trail charger delivers monster grip and a 6mm heel to toe profile to give you better ground feel and control, while buffering sustained impacts from longer runs. Responsive yet protective, the Unifly™ midsole...::$81.95
Vasque Mantra 2.0 Hiking Shoes
Pare down to go big. Some people prefer to save the weight, others excel with more mobility in the ankle. Whatever your tactic, the Mantra 2.0 invites you to take things further. Sure, its a low-cut, but the Vibram Nuasi sole and polyurethane midsole...::$90.95
Merrell Allout Blaze Hiking Shoes
Unleash your best hike with this All Out responsive, resilient and flexible shoe, built to activate your natural form and maximize effort. It’s naturally shaped to activate your foot muscles, and absorbs impact intuitively with UniFly™ midsole...::$83.95
 
Popular Terms of Custom Made Shoes

Shoes come in a wide array of standard sizes. Anyone who has ever opened up a new shoe box and tried on a cool pair of kicks knows how the sizing system works. But not everyone's foot fits the same mold. Athletes and other individuals actually break the standard foot mold quite frequently. For those people with wide or between size feet, custom made shoes are often the only option. Custom made foot wear can be expensive. But there are many benefits to having an individualized mold of your foot turned into the perfect shoe. The following are a few of the popular terms in the custom shoe industry.

  • Between Sized Foot - Not everyone's foot measures at a perfect ten or a ten and a half. Some people fall uncomfortably in between these factory derived sizes. For those individuals, a comfortable shoe is not going to come in a standard box. Athletic gear can be especially hazardous. Ice skates and tap shoes need to fit so perfectly that an off size could cause discomfort and injury.
  • Bowling Shoes - People who bowl professionally often have custom made shoes that provide the right fit and traction for going to work at the lanes. You won't find a pro lining up to rent shoes from the register.
  • Orthopedic Shoes - These shoes have specially molded platforms and laces to help soothe foot pain. People who walk a lot at work often need custom made orthopedics to ease the strain.
  • Tuxedo Shoes - Next time you're in a wedding you may find yourself needing some of these shiny shoes. A custom fit will make your suit just more comfortable.
  • Ladies Model - Gender specific shoes like platform heals and stiletto boots. Ladies shoes can be customized in every aspect, right down to the laces.
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    4684 Millenia Plaza Way, Orlando, FL 32839
    (407) 370-3383
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    4684 Millenia Plaza Way, Orlando, FL 32839
    (407) 370-3338
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    980 Del Mar Dr, Lady Lake, FL 32159
    (352) 430-0535
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    5618 Pinnacle Heights Cir Apt, Tampa, FL 33624
    (727) 851-4008
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    5417 Us Highway 19 Ste 107, New Port Richey, FL 34652
    (727) 848-5714
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    30541 Us Highway 19 N, Palm Harbor, FL 34684
    (727) 781-3668
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    10500 Ulmerton Rd Ste 240, Largo, FL 33771
    (727) 585-4200
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    2014 66th St N, Saint Petersburg, FL 33710
    (727) 345-3668


    Sometimes, the shoes found in stores just don't cut it. People with extra large or small feet, or those who want something extra special, may require custom made shoes. This can be achieved through a skilled shoemaker, who can create unique shoes or inserts for customers. This may involve orthopedic shoes, tennis sneakers, or dance slippers. Custom made shoes may cost a little more, but it's often worth it to have comfortable, stylish, supportive shoes that are tailor fit to your foot size and width. Shoes, which are worn on the feet to protect them from the ground, are not only functional, but stylish as well. They can reflect the latest in designer fashions, such as pumps and heels, or they can be understated and comfortable, such as casual leather flats. Other types of footwear can range from sports and ballet shoes to boots and flip flops. Some are made for comfort, while others are meant to make a fashion statement. From casual fits to trendy designs, custom made shoes are an option for those who need something they can't find in a department or footwear store. Most providers of custom made shoes offer services for men, women, and children. Shoemakers used to be called cobblers years ago, working out of small shop or their homes to repair shoes and boots. In those days, it was too expensive to buy new dress shoes when the old ones got riddled with holes, so cobblers put new soles in, repaired the stitching by hand, and used small tools to patch up holes and rips. Tailors sometimes offer custom made shoes as part of the total tailoring package. They may custom fit consumers to suits, shirts, dresses, and footwear, taking detailed measurements.
     
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