Placing newly invented Killer Heels Comfort high heel shoe inserts into your heels is very easy. There are just three steps. Step one is to measure your foot for the widest part and mark these as dots on the insole of the shoe; step two is position the forefoot insert inside the shoe matching the dots on the insert with the dots inside the shoe; and step three is place the arch area insert on the insole two finger widths from the back of the heel of your shoe. Enjoy wearing your heels a lot more, and dance in heels like no one is watching to see if you kick off your shoes - because you won't have to! Makes heels super comfortable to wear for all women. Plus size women can look elegant in heels again without high heels pain, and women who used to wear heels but gave them up years ago for flats due to discomfort can go back into shoe stores that sell cute heels!
Four photos show the contents of a Killer Heels Comfort kit and how to put the inserts into high heels. The first photo top left shows the contents of a package of high heel inserts from Killer Heels Comfort. The packages contains four PORON foam inserts. There are two inserts contoured for the arch area of the foot to hold the heel in place inside the shoe and there are two forefoot area inserts contoured to provide comfort to the forefoot, one for the left and one for the right foot. The forefoot inserts have a toe grip at the front end to hold the foot from sliding forward in a high heel shoe. The forefoot inserts have a cushion that fits under the ball of the foot. The cushion is shaped to have the thickest part fit under the middle metatarsal to cushion the foot the most at the point of greatest pressure. All the PORON pieces have permanent adhesive attached to the back of each piece covered with protective plastic. Twenty foam adhesive squares are included in each package. These can be used for temporarily adhering the PORON pieces to a shoe, or for positioning the inserts so they fit perfectly before they are attached permanently. The package also includes instructions for fitting the inserts into shoes, plus an original watercolour painting by the inventor of the inserts on a postcard. The postcard is my gift.
The second photo, top right shows how a foot in a shoe to demonstrate where dots are placed at the widest part of the foot. The dots are placed on the outside of the shoe when it is one the foot. When the shoe is taken off the dots placements are transferred to the insole inside the shoe.
The third photo, bottom left, shows how the forefoot insert is placed inside the shoe matching the dots that were made to indicate where the widest part of the foot is placed. The second shoe in the same photo shows that the arch area insert notch is placed at a dot that is two finger widths from the back of the shoe.
The fourth photo, bottom right, shows how the inserts look under the foot. The dotted lines show the inserts which are completely hidden by the foot. The gold sandals next to the clear model shoe shows how the inserts look when positioned inside a shoe.
Even the Duchess of Sussex has high heel issues !
Three important tips for how to wear high heel slingbacks comfortably and safely and be able to walk naturally are:
1. Wear contoured PORON foam rebounding inserts made for high heels in shoes to keep the foot from sliding forward (especially critical with narrow toe shoes), plus cushion the ball of the foot from pressure inside killer heels.
2. Wear contoured PORON foam rebounding inserts in shoes made for high heels to keep the heel of the foot firmly inside the heel area of the shoe. The contoured foam will keep the foot from falling off to the sides at the heel, plus keep more of the weight of the wearer on the heel end of the shoe so there is less pressure on the ball of the foot.
3. Wear contoured PORON foam rebounding inserts made for high heels in them to keep the foot from moving inside the shoe, either sideways or forward at the heel of the shoe and at the front end of the shoe. High heels, especially ones that are open at the heel end, or at both ends - like high heel sandals - are very vulnerable to wobbliness. Wobbliness affects the wear of the shoe by making it unstable and unsafe. It also affects the way you can walk in heels. If high heels fit snugly to the foot then walking in them is much easier, with a more natural gait and less tiring because you are not clenching your foot and leg muscles trying to keep your shoes on your feet while you walk in them.
The Cole Haan 3" heels (in the photo) are an excellent example of shoe that is comfortable and easy to walk in that I can vouch for personally with my feet! I put Killer Heels Comfort high heel shoe inserts into them for long time walking comfort.
Wearing comfortable heels takes two steps. Step one buy well designed, well balanced high heels that you can easily walk in and that feel comfortable for at least 1/2 hour of walking- then, step two, customize them with rebounding, never flattening inserts that cushion the ball of the foot and stop your foot from moving about so you can wear heels comfortably for much longer - up to four times your personal best.
FYI well designed heels come in all price ranges - some very expensive famous brand name heels (that look great) are badly designed, hard to walk in and very uncomfortable while some inexpensive shoes may fit perfect and be easy to walk in. Most less expensive shoes usually have less cushioning. They will benefit a lot from additional custom cushioning provided it does not crowd the foot. Always buy shoes that fit properly, and if in doubt about the fit buy shoes that are too big - never, ever too small!
I got a notice from Amazon that I have overstock of my off white silk georgette covered rebounding PORON foam high heel shoe inserts. I am offering them to you here for a special reduced price of $5 so I can sell the overstock and not have to pay Amazon a warehousing fee. The direct link to the off white georgette stretch silk covered high heel inserts on Amazon.com is