If a person is short in stature and vertically challenged one of the options the person has is to have heel lifts for shoes made. Heel lifts for shoes are easily concealable and non invasive. This ways they can be worn without being noticed and without the person wearing them noticing that anything is different about their shoes. There are some guidelines, which may be helpful when deciding if, and how to have heel lifts for shoes made. First one has to realize there are sensible limitations to how much height can be added before the shoes become too obvious and uncomfortable for walking. A realistic size to add is in the range of one to two inches in vertical height. When sticking to this guideline the heel lifts for shoes will be lightweight, flexible, and not too noticeable to others. Second there are some color guidelines that will help conceal the visibility of the heel lifts for shoes. Black and white are colors that have little or no shades and are consistent across brands and materials. By selecting shoes which have an all black or all white sole profile the crepe material used to construct the lift will be well hidden and blend right into the sole of the shoe. Color is important because heel lifts for people’s shoes being used to add height and not medical use are more sensitive to cosmetic appearance. When done correctly the person wearing the shoes will not only look taller but they will feel more confident in their day-to-day life. Self esteem will rise and quality of life may improve because the person will not be self conscious when it comes to their height. Heel lifts for shoes are one solution to those who are short in stature and would like to add a little height and not appear to be too short.
Ilya Romanov is the President of American Heelers Orthopedics and an expert on shoe lift modifications and leg length inequalities. Ilya started the company in 2006 in Cleveland, OH.
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