I bought new shoes, OK wingtip oxfords (not too fancy) in the 250 range. We have long winters so I decided to go with a synthetic sole, as I'm hoping it gives me better grip on the icy pavement. Now these are not ugly, bulky synthetic soles, they look nice and they feel very good on my feet. Problem is, they squeak HORRIBLY on the laminated floors in our office. No problems on other types of floors. But the squeak on laminate is loud and not very comfortable. I understand it's likely because it's a new shoe, but anything I can do right now about it?
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