How to put inserts into high heel boots for comfort, stability and warmth - the boots are Blondo Faith boots

February 15, 2018

How to put inserts into high heel boots for comfort, stability and warmth - the boots are Blondo Faith boots

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZkuuJ1lvzrw

 Video of how to make your high heel boots comfortable. No pinching of toes, no cold toes, cushioned under the ball of the foot, and no heel rubbing. High heel boots are stabilized and cushioned for comfortable walking. 



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Sharlene Willson
Sharlene Willson

February 15, 2018

I love this video, finally help for my cold toes in my pointy toe boots

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