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Special shoe discount stores, which have a high turnover, may be less expensive, but check the quality of their products rigorously. Reading around the stores can reveal some footwear bargains, and trying different pairs on can help narrow down what you actually want to buy, from among the huge range on offer. Look for details of the materials used and the standard of stitching and fastenings.

The least expensive shoe shops are principally self-service and you will not get much recommendation, nor will your feet be measured. Cheap shoes which shortly fall apart won't be the bargain they first appear. Consequently you can regularly find what you need online at a more reasonable price than you'd pay in town.

If you are absolutely sure of your foot size and then know exactly what you need, you could consider purchasing shoes on the web. Check the returns policy and cost of returning anything that does not come up to your expectations.

A problem with internet shopping is that you cant try the shoes on before you buy them.

If a refund is available, are you likely to get the whole amount repaid to the card you paid for the products with, or will you receive credit to use on a future purchase?

Websites selling shoes should provide buyer service phone numbers so you can ring to test the details before you buy anything and to talk to someone if there are problems after ordering. From an alternative perspective, you might be quite delighted to save a large amount of money by selecting an excellent imitation of a branded style that you like.

Designer footwear isn't sometimes inexpensive, so if you see such shoes being publicized significantly under the price you'd expect to pay, check that they actually are genuine. This is particularly true for kids.

Buying shoes because they look great and are cheap but ignoring the incontrovertible fact that they do not quite fit properly can cause future long-term foot, leg and back problems.

So children should have their feet measured continually by someone that is trained to do so accurately.

Younger people who wear cut-price, ill-fitting shoes for lengthy periods risk problems and possible affliction in future years as their bones are still growing - osteoarthritis, bunions, hammer toes and fallen arches, meaning the foot becomes flat and less flexible, can all be caused by inappropriate shoes. A decent fit based primarily on the measurements should have priority over any other aspects, for example price and appearance. All shoes then selected must fit according to these specs.