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Do you think these shoes would be comfortable to walk around town in?
I'm going to say no... then again, I've only done high heels once (Halloween drag is awesome). This might be easier to walk in... but still. No.
Only if you have support either side of you while you are in them, and insurance for if you break an ankle - ........
No. Not only do they look uncomfortable they are a sprained ankle waiting to happen. Why not wear a shoe that compliments one's legs rather than a shoe that draws attention to the shoe itself instead of the person wearing it?
Not at all. But then I have strange feet so wearing flip flops and outdoor shoes are the only pairs I can typically wear. Wearing those would require lining to make the shoe comfortable and practice so I wouldn't fall.
Only if you wear them on your head. Dang, I don't see how women can walk in those and I am a woman!
Most men will have to lookup to an average height woman wearing those shoes. They look like pain to me. I wonder if a person could dance in those mind altering shoes.
This is nuts - an accident waiting to happen. This brings up a big issue, though: just try finding a nice pair of dress shoes with a 2-inch heel; the vast majority of shoes for sale out there have very high heels. There's practically no choice for women who want a comfortable pair of dress shoes with a modest heel.
I haven't worn heels in ages! No group of uptight, underfed, ninnies is going to tell me what to wear to look good. I and my feet are built for comfort. If I'm not barefoot, I'm in Birkenstocks or cons ... and I have worn my 'designed by me' cons to fancy dress events and been complimented by women who said they wished they'd thought of the same thing.
may be not comfortable to walk around town in...but will be definitely of some help to protect the gal with these shoes in hands from the eve-teasers/euphemists/ road side romeos ..as it will make a gud shot on them ... i'm sure that will drive them away & save the gal !! ...hahaha!
Hahaha...you've got to be kidding! We've all been through some goofy latest styles through the years, but these are ridiculous!
Ooops! Not at all!.. I don't wanna be a victim of accident. I can never think of wandering in town wearing such high-heeled wedges. I would love to wear flats or sports, according to my apparel as it is all about walking with comfort. These are suitable for parties only - where you do not have to walk more.
by StricktlyDating6 years ago
Why are designers making high-heels so high we cannot walk in them?This season I am seeing in almost every shoe-store in Australia the kind of high-heels I'd love to wear, if only they weren't too high! I love my...
by 2sshoes14 months ago
No. I seem to have very weak ankles. Have broken an ankle bone at least once, torn ligaments and had bad sprains-- even when wearing sensible shoes. At this point in my life, I wouldn't dare.
by Puglucy2 years ago
I lost my job about 6 months ago, and I'm thinking about opening a local shoe store and featuring comfort footwear. Anyone willing to share your favorite brands or trends you've noticed in footwear?
by StricktlyDating7 years ago
Have you been injured from wearing high-heels?
by 2patricias7 years ago
I used to love wearing high heels, but now my feet won't let me. Ow! they say.But I don't want to wear shoes like my teachers wore in the 1950s. I'm not old yet. In fact, I'm a Baby Boomer. ...
by Apostle Jack7 years ago
Do you walk around with your head hung down ...when you have money in your pockets?I know of a few people that look for "True love" with money...not sex..."TRUE LOVE".I keep saying to them that money...
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