“You've almost outgrown these.”
You're putting your son's shoes on him. They're tight.
You've almost outgrown these.
Use this phrase to talk about something that will be finished soon:
They've almost finished that new office building over on Ninth Street.
I had almost tripled the money that I invested, but instead of cashing out, I decided that I would try to invest even more.
You can say that something "is almost ___" or that things "are almost ___":
I'm almost done with my Master's degree.
When things grow older or bigger, then "outgrow" the things that used to fit them. For example, children outgrow clothes:
She's outgrowing her clothes every few months it seems like.
A plant can outgrow the place where it's planted:
It'll outgrow that pot soon, so we'll have to transplant it.
You can also outgrow something mentally:
You still play video games? When are you going to outgrow that stuff?
If you're talking about a pair of shoes that are close by, you call them "these":
What about these? They're nice, don't you think?