I don't think I can last 30mins straight on them.
How do you make them more comfortable?
Are your feet sore by the time you get home?
I need advice so I can wear them longer without pain.
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Posted 28 July 2011 - 04:46 AM
Posted 31 July 2011 - 07:20 PM
I recently got some of those insoles for high heels...man do they make a difference. I wear heels for random outtings like the grocery shopping, going to the mall etc and I would start bitching after like 30 min of walking lol. I've had to stop and buy flats/tennis shoes/sandals on many occasions just because I was in so much pain. I decided to try those insoles and I can now walk around for a many hours with no problems. I wear the huge 5 inch or higher platform pumps too
Posted 01 August 2011 - 06:41 AM
I only wear heels in fancy occasions and only if I can't find an outfit that I can wear flats to. When I do wear them, I can wear them for about 5hrs but really no more than that but they aren't 5" ones, only 3-4" at most.
Posted 01 August 2011 - 11:58 PM
The brand of the shoe is important to me. I can wear Nine West heels all day and night without a second thought. They just fit my feet right, fit better the more you wear them, and have great longevity. I actually have a pair of peep toed pumps that I got .... oh wow.... 14 years ago? They still look in fabulous condition and are just cozy as anything. Granted I have had three foot surgeries and the shoes have needed some padding in places, but they are still my go-to shoe.
Another great brand for me is Aerosoles, especially for boots.
I can pretty much tell right away if a pair of shoes is going to work for me or not. Trying them on in the store gives me a good indication. Wearing at home for an hour is the final test of truth. I don't think I've returned a pair of shoes in a while. And that's a good thing!!
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