Who here /elevatorshoes/?
I'm thinking of getting a pair. Is it really worth the extra money? I'm 5'6", so I'd shoot up to almost 5'9"-ish. Would people notice? Also, does it fuck with your center of balance?
just get nice boots, with a one inch heel.
Little taller, and you won't have to wear those ugly as shoes in op.
Get real. You're 5'6(I am too). Trying to seem like a normal human bean will only seem pathetic. Give up.
I have an idea, fuck these elevator shoes, lets just all wear platforms. It can be like a statement like yeah we know we are short but we are going to wear these giant shoes to be taller anyways.
If everyone does it it will become the norm. Then no one can make fun of us for wearing big shoes. Who is with me?
I already have a pair of boots that give me around an inch, but it's not enough.
So, would you say the particular pair in question is really that ugly? They just look like hiking boots to me.
I have no reason to take them off, other than when I'm alone or in my bed.
Manlet here, don't wear those they look ridiculous in reality and clack when you walk. Just get height boosting insoles and put them in regular shoes (preferably a pair of Air Force Ones, Air Maxes, or Timberland/Red Wing work boots that already make you taller), I recommend going one size up and getting a pair of high tops. Four inches taller as a result
>So, would you say the particular pair in question is really that ugly? They just look like hiking boots to me.
>being this tasteless
>having no concept of how autismal hiking boots are when you're not hiking.
The holy trinity of autism shoes is extra wide walking shoes for pensioners, army boots, and hiking boots.
I'm just generally unaware of what kind of shoes people prefer. I wear flannel and plaid shirts and dress kind of redneck-y, so I didn't think something which resembles hiking boots would look that autistic. I just wanna find some shit that will make me look taller that's not noticeable. I think I'll actually go with the insoles like >>26256884 suggested.
Why, anon?? I actually wouldn't really want to go above 6 feet. I don't like sticking out.
Its made me depressed therefore its now a medical problem. And the shoes are prescribed for medicinal use so you can't make fun of it just like you can't make fun of someone in a wheel chair. Its therapy and you are fucking ruining everything.
You can reframe it all you like, but being a tiny little pixie isn't a medical issue. You're never going to solve being small and silly shoes aren't going to fool anybody.