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devab last won the day on August 13 2008

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  1. I wouldn't use that junk on a pair of heels. You need a quality, NON-stretch vinyl /w backing. Sorry, don't have time to search for you. And yes, barge cement is perfect.
  2. I don't think it would be too difficult at all, as long as the chunky heel is the same height, and the shape matches up to the shoe properly. A wood heel could be used and shaped to match, then covered with vinyl or leather to match the shoe. It could even be painted to match (if done properly, of course). Any competent shoe repair shop should be able to do it, and would have access to many differnt shape and sizes of replacement heels.
  3. ...looks like the person modeling those needs a bit more flexibility himself!
  4. Those are cute! Who makes them? Looks like they would accept an ankle strap as well.
  5. great website I will be back

  6. I believe those boots were made by Hollywood Heels, but possibly The Highest Heel as those two companies share many of the same styles. They are very similar to the boots named "Ruthless" sold by Hollywood Heels, but have the addition of the chain detail. Either way, they have been discontinued for some time now and you'll have a very hard time finding them. Hollywood Heels is now going out of business after a rough year following the fire they had at the warehouse. Awesome boots though! Good luck finding them.
  7. I was going to say the same thing about potassium... eat a couple bananas each day, a glass of 1% milk, or take a good supplement vitamin. Aspirin could also help as a preventive measure by dosing before the cramping starts, follow the dosage on the bottle. Hope you have another exciting weekend (with no cramps!)
  8. ...Not sure what part you live in, but there's an Aldo store in the Haywood Mall in Greenville. And I think there may be a 9 West outlet store in Gaffney at Prime Outlets.
  9. Fetish Factory in FL still has a small shoe selection including a few ballet heels, but I don't remember seeing any "extreme" heels, but maybe I missed them. Junkman's Daughter in Atlanta has a decent selection including ballets (at least the last time I was there). Most lingerie/adult stores sells shoes as well, mostly overpriced, and not sure what size range they may have.
  10. The Junkman's Daughter in Atlanta had a few pair of Devious ballet heels on display (in a locked glass case), and a little sign on the front stated a $50 deposit required to try them on! HA! They were overpriced anyway... Although I love the shoe section of that store. It's on an upper level shaped like a high heel where you have to walk up the stairs as if you are walking up the insole of the shoe. I'll have to take a pic next time we're down that way.
  11. +1 ^^ A small luggage lock works great, and many times can be bought in pairs or even a 4-6 pack all keyed alike. The shoes will not come off unless you destroy the strap or cut the lock. Here's a few (old) pics of my ex locked in heels: #1 is from a cheesy photoshoot we did before I knew anything about lighting, and #2 is from a halloween party (5.5" heels, and I left the key at home)
  12. Thought about it, but instead cut the heel about 3/8-1/2" shorter. I did this about 2 weeks ago and can now walk around in them SO much easier. One reason I did not add the platform is the fact that I wanted the boots to look unmodified, and felt that an added platform would probably look like a hack job since I do plan on wearing them out to fetish parties this year. We'll see how that goes in May. search down a bit, there's another thread about adding the platform. no pics right now, but the mod is pretty much undetectable and for the most part flawless. Besides, the heel should have been made this length in the first place!
  13. Not sure what you consider "extreme", but I don't own a single pair with heels measuring less than 5.75" without plats, and 6-7" heel with 1-2" plats. Of course I don't wear them on a daily basis, but whenever we go out to a fetish club night I'll wear them for several hours and typically refuse to take them off even though my feet will be quite sore in some of them. Insoles are a must have! The Ellie 6" heels (8261) don't get worn outside the house....yet. But I can manage them for a few hours at home walking a bit and sitting even more.
  14. Isn't that an old video? eh...maybe not. Her videos and photos are all wonderful, but I wonder how she appreciates someone grabbing screen shots from her videos intended for members only and re-hosting them, then posting to public forum? At least the website watermark is still intact. Edit: oh... just realized this thread is over 3 YEARS OLD!
  15. esnipe.com is the only way I've bid on anything for the past several years unless it's a "Buy it Now" at a good price. I think it cost $.01 on the dollar for each auction, but it will certainly pay for itself over and over again. So it's not freeware, but it works perfectly; and if you can't afford that, then you probably don't need to be bidding on anything anyway. Good luck..... go win the next auction!
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