One of your feet is slightly bigger than another, and as long as you can remember, only one of your shoes fits and the other is either extremely tight or very loose. You run a lot to exercise, and because one of your shoes never fits, you consistently sprain ankles and get blisters. Whenever you pick out a new pair of running shoes, you consider taking one shoe out of two separate boxes. You have mentioned the problem to the manager several times hoping he could help you out, but he’s never given you a direct answer. You’re in the store, and they have plenty of pairs of the shoe you want in both sizes you need. What should you do?