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Elevator Shoes, not High Heels!

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Men's elevator shoes should not be confused with the 'high heels' style of footwear that women wear. For one thing, high heels seem to be designed to be torture for women's feet, along with the supposed benefits they deliver. Properly made bespoke tall shoes for men are made for both height increase and comfortable long term wear. Plus, there are several problems that high heels can create that never occur with elevator shoes.

The solid, 'normal' heel on elevator shoes can't get stuck in a grate. Women, on the other hand, fall victim to this problem, especially in urban environments. Imagine the embarrassment of having to try and free your foot from such a trap! That will never happen with a full heeled shoe.

Women's high heels have a fatal flaw – they can break off. The engineering of high heels leaves them susceptible to this failure. Even when a woman has learned to navigate the World in heels, with much practice, one wrong step can snap off that high heel. That will never happen with bespoke height increasing shoes, which are engineered for surefooted walking.

Then, there's the pain of high heels. Women bravely endure the increasing discomfort of high heels in work environments, dancing, formal occasions, and all the other engagements that 'require' them to wear high heels. Plus, long term wearing of high heels can lead to permanent, painful changes in the tendons and muscles of the legs. This simply doesn't happen with luxury elevator shoes, which are constructed with a balanced approach to weight distribution and surefooted wear, all day long. So, don't worry about having to suffer to increase your height. Just get yourself some properly made elevator shoes, and skip the discomfort.