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Curious: "Shankless platform"

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Looks like a hungry tranny took a nibble at her shoes!

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I think someone here had a pair a couple years ago and reported they didn't feel especially different from shoes with a complete arch.

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I think someone here had a pair a couple years ago and reported they didn't feel especially different from shoes with a complete arch.

But then, I've heard of a person who had a soreness/pain from either the sole or the heel. I believe it was it heel. But also, they were the metal ones.

Two videos of "models" in them:

And the metal ones I speak of:

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I can speak about these attached, I think they are similar from style / idea even if mine were steel and the shoes you show are wood. they are very easy to walk (I mean: easy for everybody who can cope a 10 cm stiletto heel) though it is a little bit unusual for the feet first. feet lovers might love the style as the arch is free visible from behind. mine had the problem of the sharp edges which means easy to scratch the ankles which hurts. SO I think the curvy wooden form is even better - if you like such crazy shoewear, I´d say: go for them... they are ugly but somehow very fascinating :)

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Cant say i ahve and cant say i ever want to. Im a pointy / classic pump girl.

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I can speak about these attached, I think they are similar from style / idea even if mine were steel and the shoes you show are wood.

they are very easy to walk (I mean: easy for everybody who can cope a 10 cm stiletto heel) though it is a little bit unusual for the feet first. feet lovers might love the style as the arch is free visible from behind.

mine had the problem of the sharp edges which means easy to scratch the ankles which hurts. SO I think the curvy wooden form is even better - if you like such crazy shoewear, I´d say: go for them... they are ugly but somehow very fascinating :)

I have a similar pair to yours 'Pata', made by 'Pleaser'. Mine have a thin toe-strap and a cross-over ankle strap. Yes, the edges are sharp..!

The Pleaser 'ice-skate' wedges that myself and 'Pata' are referring to, are a discontinued style and really not that easy to find any more. There may be some online stores that have old stocks, however I found my pair on EBay US.

For discontinued styles it's often a case of searching and searching until you come across a pair.

EBay US is a good source, as is EBay Germany where I have found a lot of my more rare Fetish stilettos.

'Pata', can you add anything to this............?

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I agree 100% :)

last time I saw such in a shop was in Hamburg (a year ago?) either at Blicker´s (www.blicker-schuhe.de) or at messmer´s (may be somebody knows if they have an internet-shop too?) - evtl take a look what they got there?

also, a note: those mules like mine or those in clips are labelled nelly-shoes though they are quite similar to those by pleaser.

so, good luck finding them (but as already said, actually I´d suggest those wooden ones)

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I agree 100% :)

last time I saw such in a shop was in Hamburg (a year ago?) either at Blicker´s (www.blicker-schuhe.de) or at messmer´s (may be somebody knows if they have an internet-shop too?) - evtl take a look what they got there?

also, a note: those mules like mine or those in clips are labelled nelly-shoes though they are quite similar to those by pleaser.

so, good luck finding them (but as already said, actually I´d suggest those wooden ones)

I have looked for 'Messmer's' online and they do not have a shop. I have also visited the 'Blicker' store and they do not have them now.

However, I also looked at 'Nelly-Shoes' online store...and they sell ALL Pleaser heels. So the 'ice-skate' mules that you have from them 'Pata' are highly likely to be 'Pleaser' with a 'Nelly' label. However, they do not have any wedges in the shop now.....

I'm with you....I wish 'good luck' to those folks looking for them. 'Ellie Shoes' still do a gorgeous range of clear plastic and wooden fetish wedges!

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They look really great, love to own a pair but do no tknow wehre i can get them from based in U.K......?:wave:

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They look really great, love to own a pair but do no tknow wehre i can get them from based in U.K......?:wave:

Like we said above, they are a discontinued style. So, unless one of the UK fetish heels suppliers has old stocks, you won't find a new pair.

You need to have a regular look on EBay (UK, Germany and US)....web addresses below:

UK - www.ebay.co.uk

US - www.ebay.com

Germany - www.ebay.de

You could TRY Alternative-Footwear here in the UK, but last time I looked on their website, I didn't see any.

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I've always wanted those metal ones. They were even in one of the later Lady Gaga Videos :wave:

The problem is the last time they made them, I am not even sure if I was 18 :) Pretty lame.

I'll probably never get them now. Oh well :clap:

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Ellie has pretty much cut the wedge product lines, but the 621 series is kinda interesting.

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I have a pair similar to that of "Pata" and they are really fun to walk in. however the Please version feels a bit unstable while walking - my subjective feeling. I'd love to get my hand on (or feet into) a pair of theese Nelli's pair of shankless heels.

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