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Alright well i ended up getting some Salomon boots from our local shop like a month or so ago, and i broke out the boots today just to try them on(becuase im going through snow denial) and found out that they are about a size too small. If i take them back do you think they could swap them for a diffrent size? Its the same model and everything, and they have never been ridden.
me: "you should just say you're 17"
mikey:: "But wouldn't she know when she like (mutters off) downstairs"
me: "You have a small penis, don't you"
miley: "well not very small, but..."
Why did you buy the boots if they are too small? Did they feel better when you tried them on?
'...the day that I die will
be the day that I shut my
mouth and put down my guitar.' - Sublime
'Ticking away the moments that make up a dull day.
You fritter and waste the hours in an off hand way.
Kicking around on a piece of ground in your home town.
Waiting for someone or something to show you the way.' - Pink Floyd
Why not ask the shop?
I would also bet that the boots are the right size. You just think they are too small. Or your feet grew.
Every shop has different policies on returns. If they havent been heat molded or damaged in any way, I dont see why they wouldnt take them back. Call them and be polite.
With my most sincere regards,
Golden Wheelchair Nominee- September 21-28
most places have a fitting policy, we had a guaranteed fit policy, so if they didn't fit within the year or something hurt etc we would work on the boot for free, as far as returns go as long as it hasn't be used or damaged in any way they should get you store credit(or return if there really nice)...
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Are your toes banging the end? If not, maybe try some thinner socks.
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