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I have one of these and it works great http://www.footfitter.com/p/101-017/footfitter-premium-4-6-high-heel-shoe-stretcher.html. It's the only stretcher I've seen that works on high heels.

I bought those stretcher too.  They work great, but these only go up to women's size 11.  If you have shoes larger than size 11, you will be out of luck.

Before Footfitter came out with those, I modified a western boot stretcher (http://www.footfitter.com/p/101-031/professional-western-boot-stretcher.html).  These have some arch, but the tips of the toe area have to be cut off to fit high heel shoes.  Mine were modified for 4 1/2" high heel shoes.  I actually like these better than the Footfiters.  These do not stretch the toes area.  It stretches the foot area only, which is what I really needed.

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I have one of these and it works great http://www.footfitter.com/p/101-017/footfitter-premium-4-6-high-heel-shoe-stretcher.html. It's the only stretcher I've seen that works on high heels.

I bought one of these on the strength of your recommendation, and it has saved several pairs of shoes from being donated or sold. Thanks!

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I have the normall ladies shoe stretches and they dont work with high heels

If you have  heels made from man made /plastic patent that are too tight across the front then ive sometimes used a hair dryer on hot used carefully on the inside of the shoe to as the heat makes it more flexible then using my fingers pull tightly to streatch do this a few times and it can help with a tight shoe also heat the shoe inside gently before fitting helps to stretch over time and make more comfortable to mold to your foot

little and often

A WARNING dont get them too hot be carefull

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This is a remedy I remember reading about years ago. It will only work on good quality shoes and depending on the style of shoe. Fill a ziploc bag with enough water that it will fit easily inside your shoe. Place the shoes with the bag inside in the freezer. Water turns to ice and expands. I have done this and it does work. Just go easy at first cause to much water could break seams.

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