Have you ever kicked off your heels because you couldn't stand being in heels another minute? Have you felt incomplete in your fabulous outfit because you had to take off your lovely sparkly heels?
Did you know that about 70% of women who wear heels have pain from them? There are a lucky 30% or so who can wear heels in comfort, I'm not one of those lucky women! Pain in heels can come from six main places on the foot. There can be pain at the forefoot and toes end of the foot from the foot being pushed forward and crushing the toes, or straps digging into the foot and the toes pinched at the sides when they overhang the sole in high heel sandals. There can be pain in the ball of the foot as the point of greatest pressure on the foot in heels. This pain is contributed to by the foot sliding forward away from the heel because when the foot leaves the heel area and more weight if shifted to the ball of the foot, plus the gap at the heel can cause painful blisters on the foot. Instability in heels can cause a shoe to fall off the foot or make it difficult to walk, either way you could be in pain from a twisted foot or a stumble or have pain and fatigue in your feet and legs from trying to keep your shoes on your feet while you walk.
Would you want to eliminate all six sources of pain from your high heels? Wouldn't it be so nice to comfortably wear heels all night? Have it all - a fabulous outfit and pain free heels! This is possible! Killer Heels Comfort inserts for high heels are completely adjustable to each person's individual foot so it is your best choice to remove all pain sources in heels -not just some of the pain sources. The inserts are able to eliminate all pain because they can stabilize the foot in heels. This cannot be done by any other insert for heels ever invented. Stabilizing the foot eliminates pain because the foot stays in the position inside the shoe where it is designed to be by the manufacturer, and because weight is kept over the heel there is less weight on the ball of the foot. The weight that remains is cushioned with shock absorbing, uncrushable PORON foam that never gets slippery or moves out of place. In addition the inserts are tiny and ergonomic in design so they contour to the underside of the foot and never crowd the shoe.
You can buy these inserts at http://amzn.to/2FMQ87q from Amazon, for USA customers or from the website www.killerheelscomfort.com from anywhere in the world.
The 'secret' to making sure you have the best chance of getting high heel shoe inserts that will work for you and give your foot maximum comfort is put them in heels that fit - never too tight - and choose inserts by the criteria of what is the softest and what you can customize as much as possible to fit according to your unique foot to cushion and stop forward slide. Bonus if the inserts stabilize your high heels to stop wobbles.
Review the ranking of the Best and the Worst in high heel shoe cushioning. See if you can find the one you wear most often, and compare it to the other six.
Four high heel footwear styles from the “12 of the Craziest Shoes at Paris Fashion Week Spring ’19 ”, demonstrate common problems in high heels in these ‘uncommon’ new styles from Vivienne Westwood and Balmain. Also read the “The Real Reasons Women Wear Heels!”
Issues: How to stop foot from sliding forward in open toe stiletto sandals with ankle ties; How to stabilize feet in rocker-sole high heel platform boots with chunky heels; How to keep straps comfortable & stabilize sandals with thigh high straps; and How to stop ball of foot pain /toes crush in pointy-toe clear plastic high heeled boots with triangle plastic heels.
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.