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Converse all star high shoes are comfortable for many people, but for people with pre-existing foot pain the basic converse gym shoe may not have enough cushioning.They are flat soles, but lack any support, and I find they do not help me, as I too have foot pain.The ideal shoe for foot pain has cushioning and needs to fit properly. Converse do have other running shoes with more cushioning, but so do other brands. Ideally see a podiatrist for advice, or at least get a shoe that has very good cushioning and has been fitted at a shoe store. Foot pain can cause so much grief, so its worth getting good shoes.

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Clothing... | Answered on Apr 20, 2019


The battery cannot be replaced. The battery and the electronics controlling the blinking lights for the shoes are encased in a solid block of plastic (Plastic like material). Let's just say that you are willing to drill or saw your way through the plastic to get to the battery. (I was) This plastic brick is inside the heel of the shoe and can not be gotten at without stripping the seams for the bottom of the shoe. I assume, that unless you are skilled cobbler, there is no way to replace the battery without destroying the shoes.

Skechers... | Answered on Apr 20, 2019


Proper shoes for elderly women can reduce their falls risk, which is one of the leading causes of injury for older women.There are certain features you should look for in a shoe that makes it "safe" - reduces falls risk. These include: 1.Heel (upper) - A firm heel collar to provide stability. 2.Laces - Laces to ensure the shoe holds onto the foot while walking. 3.Heel (bottom) - A bevelled heel to prevent slipping and a broad flared heel to maximize contact with the ground. 4.Sole - A textured sole to prevent slipping. 5.Midsole - A thin firm midsole so the wearer can feel the ground underneath.

Clothing... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


Take it to your local optician. They keep all the spares. A pair of nose pieces is $10.

Or, send them back to the maker.
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Polaroid... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


Hello, Marilyn -

Read and follow the instructions here:
https://www.wikihow.com/Clean-Your-Silver-Jewelry

In the future, make sure you don't wear any jewelry while in any swimming pool.

Clothing... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


You need to check where the sound are coming from and then once you ave discovered the area then you need to assess the seriousness of the situation. if it is just the sole or because something is lodged in there then you can try to fix the problem yourself. If you feel you are unqualified to do so then you can take the shoe to a shoemaker, or better yet send Nike an email stating that you are unhappy with the service that you've received and that they should ensure that they see to the problem or else you will make a noise about it.
Remember, as a consumer today you have more rights and brands need to protect their image or else it could be detrimental to them too.

Nike Air Monarch... | Answered on Apr 15, 2019


Higher quality silver jewelry is stamped with the number ".925". I believe it is law now if the item is said to be sterling. The meaning is that the content of the silver is 92.5% with 7.5% as a base metal. The total representing 100% of the piece. Pure silver(100%) would be too soft for jewelry and would deform even during normal wear. So the base metal is tin or other inert material to lend strength. Look for items that say "lead free" as this was used as a base metal at one time. Hope this helps.

Clothing... | Answered on Feb 25, 2019


Hi,
Its really sad to see such boots which run out of warranty. Thats why i purchase shoes from a well known and brand retailers. I have been using shoes since 4 years that i had purchased from Uggboots4all. And it is the best shoe quality i had ever used.And they give us 100% guarantee.
Thankyou

Clothing... | Answered on Feb 25, 2019


See if the manual helps. If no manual, look online for one.

Clothing... | Answered on Feb 25, 2019


According to Ayurveda, the left side of the women's nose corresponds with their reproductive organs. When the nose is pierced, it helps in reducing the pain during childbirth and may have some positive effects on conditions like endometriosis. if you are a guy, you need to pierce your Right nostril.

How do you decide which side to get your nose pierced? - Quora


https://www.quora.com/How-do-you-decide-which-side-to-get-your-nose-pierced

Clothing... | Answered on Feb 16, 2019


Alcohol wipes. Or boil them in dish soap and water and leave to cool.

Clothing... | Answered on Feb 06, 2019


Be wary of any product that doesn't specifically claim to be real leather. If it is labeled as 'man made material,' it is definitely synthetic leather. But if it doesn't say anything at all, chances are good the manufacturer wants to conceal the fact that it isn't real leather. Of course, used goods may have lost their tags. But most manufacturers are proud of the fact that they use real leather, and will note it as following:
  • Real leather
  • Genuine leather
  • Top/Full grain leather
  • Made with animal products
Check the surface grain, the little "pebbles" and pores, for imperfections and uniqueness that signal genuine leather. Imperfections, in leather, are actually a good thing. Remember, real leather is made from animal skin, and thus each piece is as random and unique as the animal it came from. Very regular, even, and similar grains often indicate a machine-made piece.
  • Real leather might have scratches, creases, and wrinkles -- this is a good thing!
  • Note that, as manufacturers get more skilled, their designs are better mimicking real leather. This makes buying online, where you only have a picture, very difficult to do.
Press into the leather, looking for creases and wrinkles. Real leather will wrinkle under the tough, just like real skin. Synthetic materials usually just depress down under your finger, retaining rigidity and shape

Smell the leather, searching for a natural, musty smell instead of plastic-like or chemical-y. If you're completely unsure of the smell you're looking for, head into a store that you know sells genuine leather and test out a few bags and shoes. Ask if they have any synthetic pieces and smell those as well. Once you know what you're looking for, the smell differences will be unmistakable.
  • Remember, leather is just worked animal skin. Faux leather is made of plastic. It seems obvious, but real leather will smell like skin and fake will smell like plastic.

Use the fire test, recognizing that it will likely ruin part of the good. While there are few circumstances where burning a good is preferable to leaving it alone, this experiment works if you have a small, hard-to-see area that you can test, like the underside of a couch. Hold a flame up to the area for 5-10 seconds to test it out:
  • Real leather will only char slightly, and smell a bit like burnt hair.
  • Faux leather will actually catch flame, and smells like burning plastic

Note the edges, as real leather has rough edges where faux has even, perfect edges. Machine made leather looks machine cut. Real leather is made of many strands, which naturally fray around the edges. Faux leather made from plastic has no such strands, meaning the edges are cleanly cut.

Bend the leather, looking for it to change color slightly in real leather. Similar to the "wrinkle test," real leather has a unique elasticity when bent, changing color and wrinkling up naturally. Faux leather is much more rigid and regular, and will usually be difficult to bend by comparison.

Drop a small amount of water on the good, as real leather absorbs moisture. If the good is fake, the water will simply puddle up on top. But real leather will absorb a small drop of water in only a few seconds , telling you quickly if it is genuine.

Know that real leather goods are rarely ever cheap. A product completely made of real leather will be quite expensive. They usually sell at fixed prices. Shop around and get a feel for the price of real leather, semi leather, and synthetic leather products to understand the differences between them. Among leathers, cow leather price is the highest due to its durability and easy tanning property. Split leather, which is an under layer split from the surface layer, is less expensive than top grain or belting leather.

Ignore color, as even colored leathers can be genuine. A bright blue piece of leather furniture may not look natural, but this doesn't mean it isn't made of real leather. Colors and dyes can be added to both synthetics and natural leathers, so ignore color and stick to feel, smell, and texture when searching for real or faux leather.

The Clothing... | Answered on Feb 03, 2019


What prescription service are you using?

Clothing... | Answered on Jan 30, 2019


Awesome!

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