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Everything posted by pebblesf

  1. I think you are right. I caught a couple of guys trying to take another look at my boots, without being noticed by their gal pals. Me too buddy, feels amazing, and I think it looks pretty darn good also, even on me.
  2. The better half is under the weather, so all the shopping/chores have fallen on me. Not the worst thing, I got to spend some time in Macy's yesterday, and they had a pretty nice collection of knee boots, didn't recognize the manufacturers, but the boots looked nice for the price. That is, until this "bull in a china shop" arrived. There was only a male sales clerk in the area, he kind of gave me a second glance while I was looking at boots. There were about 15 pairs of knee boots, free standing on the top tier of a display shelf. Needless to say, I picked up one boot to have a closer look. When I put it back, the boot lost its balance and fell into the pair next to it knocking them into the next pair and so on down the line until all 15 pairs had been knocked over, some on the floor! I could feel the glare of the sales clerk on the back of my neck without even seeing his face. What could I do at this point, except what I'm good at, laughing at my own clumsy self. Didn't run off, spent about ten minutes very carefully picking up all the boots and gently placing them back on the shelf, hoping they would stand up. Kind of like setting up dominos. Needless to say, I was the focus of a few inquisitive customers/workers by now. Oh well, at least I can still laugh, at myself, no issue with that yet. On the positive side, I went to a different store in the mall to buy some needed items. The young male counter clerk stopped me as I was walking away (after paying) to compliment me on my knee high Champion cowboy boots with 3" heels. Believe it or not, I was wearing the boots over my tight fit levis, so am making progress. The fellow said he loved my boot style, and the cowboy look. He asked if I actually did ranch work, I admitted that I had never been on a ranch, and just love wearing boots "of all styles". I thanked the clerk for taking the time to compliment me, admitting I appreciated it. Now, I just must summon the courage to wear my new nine west boots over the levis or "lucky jeans". Getting closer guys, thanks.... Don
  3. You look great buddy, your efforts to take good care of yourself have paid off for sure.
  4. Yes indeed! These are the ones I have seen online and admired! Perhaps not top quality/leather, but good looking and affordable. I like the idea of the rubber soles, a little better grip and quieter.
  5. I'm with you, not into platforms, but those are well hidden for sure! Lately, I have seen some nice ankle boots from ASOS, they keep popping up online here!
  6. Of course I would for sure! Was just teasing him a bit. Am working on my schedule now, will look for cmh trips. Don
  7. Well, she sure is a looker buddy. Have fun, don't rush anything, you will know when you find someone worth long term efforts. I am assuming these women love the way you look in heels, have a great time!
  8. Could you put some sort of padding between the top of your foot and the shoe? Perhaps that will help stretch them out while you wear them, unless you are wearing them in public then it becomes a little more difficult to hide the pad. I have a pair of MJ 5" cowboy boots with the same issue, cuts right into the top of my foot just behind the toes.
  9. Well, you would create a safety hazard for sure, due to this amazing but distracting outfit! You look great
  10. Lucky you buddy, looks like a great time indeed
  11. pebblesf

    Cali World

    I always struggle with these conditions. To be honest, I just do my best to avoid them...
  12. Very interesting study indeed. Funny, but your knees look to be at roughly the same angle for all the heel heights, but the strides decrease with the increase in height, I guess the final picture does show a slight increase in knee angle. The neighbors might be wondering, but they are enjoying the view and are secretly envious for sure, both men and women
  13. Well, I guess all publicity is good publicity. But, I would love to see more guys like Harry Styles in heels, which is a bit more main stream. The guy in the tiktok video successfully shows the power of a great pair of boots also.
  14. Well, I guess I will adopt of "middle of the road" opinion on this. True, many of the runway type pictures of guys in heels don't appeal to me at all. But some do. My issue (is being my own worst enemy as my Mom would say), is that I feel I could never successfully "pull off" most of the outfits/heels I find appealing. True, most of these runway outfits are not practical for everyday heeling/life, perhaps only a special night out/occasion. I guess that media photos need to learn to walk before they can run. In other words, show "normal guys" wearing sensible heels with regular outfits. Oh well. So, it seems like much will rely on guys like us to encourage other guys by wearing heels in public.
  15. There are some pictures here, but I have trouble trying to shrink them to fit this format
  16. pebblesf

    Cali World

    She has known you all this time but doesn't realize you wear heels? I love throwing little comments in like that when with coworkers, but they have no idea for the most part.
  17. pebblesf

    Cali World

    Hell yeah, those freebirds are a crowd pleaser for sure. Great compliments also, I'm so envious
  18. I have come a long way since I first discovered all the support from guys here at hhp. I wear all my boots in public with the heels in plain view and uncovered now. Feels so liberating indeed. Now, I just have to go to the next level and wear my boots over my jeans, or perhaps show off my red boots in public.
  19. Good for you buddy! I just found another pair of those Nine West booties that I really enjoyed until I snapped a heel. I know I paid too much but didn't want them to slip away, especially in size 11. Order details (ebay.com) The heels on these "tenon boots" seems a little taller than the other nine west booties. I'm glad your other half is somewhat "accepting", mine berates me for wearing standard cowboy boots!
  20. What a great outfit spikes, love those great boots and spurs, the jeans fit so nicely as well. D I'm with you buddy.
  21. Mine are usually in my flight bag, ready to go for layovers.
  22. You got that right for sure. Thought we were being smart by booking a non stop flight from Boston to Honolulu. What a mistake. I felt like hacking my legs off at the thighs, what torture that was. True, they don't really care for the most part. But, there have been occasions, when the line was empty/light when they have looked and asked me: "is this your bag"? I'm assuming they were confused by seeing the tall boots inside, concluding they couldn't belong to me....
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