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  1. What a great way to do it! Can you come round and aerate my lawn? Certainly a sexy way to do it!
  2. It was! I did take some pics but can not find them at the moment
  3. Anne has worn heeled boots on the beach before or even when we go for a walk. Sometimes she has an old pair that might be worn out and they are heading for the bin so why not have some fun before they go!
  4. crumbs! They are cool. They are not quite what I had in mind though! I don't think Anne would approve if I wanted to go out in those boots! Trouble is where do I get new cowboy boots with a 3 inch heel and if I could I bet they are expensive! Anyway I am always fixing/making things in my shed including fixing my boots or Anne's heels so it's just another job to make these boots a bit higher.
  5. Thanks for the advice! well as you say Steve you are quite right about getting it wrong and falling apart. I have not worked with leather much before but it's a shame it's not made from wood as I am good at working with wood, however the boots are old and a little tatty so if I do have a go and don't like the result or think they would fall off then at least I tried, not much to loose. I did also use cardboard and black tape to make a higher heel to see what they looked like and it's very surprising how much can be added to these boots and look good, so if I have a go and it works, gre
  6. Hello all, I have a pair of grinders maverick cowboy boots which require a new pair of stick on heels again. (I do wear them a lot!) I have decided that before i fit them they would look much better if I could make them an inch higher as well. At first I thought the heels where made of wood but after a search online it seems they are made from leather. Can anyone help advise me where I can get the leather from (in the UK), how to work with it, maybe the same as if it was wood? And what is best to stick to with? Many thanks for your help. John.
  7. It would be great if you can post a pic when you have managed to pull them on!
  8. Thrift or charity shop? Not too much money?
  9. Well here is an update on my new paolo vandini boots, and also why personally I think they could be loads better for some men than wearing woman's boots! Anne has always tolerated me wearing modest chunky heel woman's boots in public but never liked it and I have always worn long jeans to help cover the heel up , I do feel a bit uncomfortable with the heels on show. So after getting my new mens vandinis I was hoping that anne might prefer them a bit more than what I was wearing so I could go out in them occasionally with some long jeans to hide behind. Ok , so you are not going to break your n
  10. Lol! Now it's getting silly! Never was any good at maths!
  11. Wow! Someone's good at maths! (Or math if you are in the states?) 15% wasn't a bad guess then!
  12. But I am very pleased with them, my first pair of heeled boots made for men!
  13. And the heel height which is advertised as 3 inches high are actually 2 and a half inches high! (That must be 15% difference at a guess!)
  14. Yes I did see the madcap ones after I bought these ones! At least I prefer them without the seam! The only thing is I'm not used to going out in boots with smooth soles, somthing to get used to!
  15. Found a pair! Paolo vandini cuban heel boots from shuperb! They are like "beatle boots" with almost a 3 inch heel and are comfortable , cost £90.
  16. Those ysl boots are great! Bit above my budget at the moment! Think I will have to save! Thanks.
  17. Thanks for the help so far , certainly boots to think about there!
  18. Thanks for that! They do have some very nice boots , a little pricey so I would have to think about that one ! John.
  19. Hello, has anyone got any ideas where I can get a pair block heel ankle boots about 2 to 3 inches but made as a pair of mens boots? I am in the uk but I guess it would be an online purchase, thanks. Should I have said "where to buy mens high heel boots" !
  20. Just the sort I would buy, john.
  21. I dont think the boots actully looked as high as they where, but I have had them for a few years (quite cheap from ebay) and there is no way I could of walked anywhere outdoors in them at over 4 inches, but now they really are very comfortable to wear almost to the point that I forget ive got heels on! Also im quite a handy sort of person and it was quite interesting to cut them down (also thought at one point I had messed them up, but loads of sanding got them right in the end!) the attachment is of a simalar pair of boots (i had 2 pairs) that are one size smaller (a bit tight), but the hee
  22. It was just over a week to go before Anne and I where going on a camping trip to Norfolk. I had been thinking about what we will need to take with us when we go. Apart from the tent and camping equipment we will also need things like jackets, jeans, walking boots and of course Anne’s heels! Then thoughts went on to which heeled boots I could take with me. I do know the area and there is a lot of walking that can be done on hard footpaths. Most of my boots would be too high or too tight to wear for any length of time and in any case something with a too higher heel wouldn’t be to Anne’s lik
  23. Thanks for the reply's they have been helpful, Good idea about using a coin, I should think if a couple of half penny's could be found they would work well, (Isn't there a law against using the Queens currency in this way!!) Also found some tips on eBay and I didn't realise that stiletto-heel-tips sell them, but I am a bit worried about the nails that come with them, look a bit long to me!! John
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