I bought a pair of shoes for a wedding and they seem real slippery on the bottom --- no real surprise since they are new. And, since the heel is much, much thinner and higher than what I usually wear. I'd love a bit more traction on the sole. Definitely a good thing.
This is from someone that has worn my Merrells all week. High heels, what's that?
Normally if I want to make a shoe less slippery I just scuff up the bottom by wearing it, or somestimes just rough up the bottom on the concrete sidewalk. I know you can use sandpaper, but I never have that on hand.
I was just wondering if there are other ways? Would the shoe repair guy have something too?
I don't want to wipe out in my new shoes. And, I'm hoping I get some good use out of them since the price made me go yowza.