- Creating the exact amount of extra space needed in each shoe for your insoles or orthotics while raising the leather pattern around your ankles so that your heels do not slip out from being higher due to the insole or orthotics
- Creating a shoe that matches the exact width of your forefoot and heel areas
- Creating the right amount of room for sensitive big toes and pinky toes
- Providing the right amount of toe box room in the front of the shoe
- Creating the correct pitch/inclination for high or low insteps
- Not enough room in the instep area
- Wide or narrow heel widths
- Heel slipping out of the shoe
- Shoes rubbing around the ankle bones, causing pain
- Pinching or digging in the back of the heel
- Sensitivity to pressure in specific areas throughout your feet
- Providing extra room for bunions
These are the most common fitting problems we encounter on a regular basis. If your specific situation is not listed here, please contact us to confirm if we are able to help with your specific situation.
We never make adjustments to numbered stock lasts. The left and right shoe lasts are individually carved from scratch from a rectangular block of wood using your foot shape and fitting preferences to properly mold to each foot.