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  1. Really impressive! When I had my knee high version of those Domina 6" heel boots, I was never able to take them out in public as they were just too much for me to walk in for really long distances, and I probably didn't look all that graceful in them either... so I only wore those boots around the house while they lasted.
  2. The FSJ website has some pretty good stuff at a reasonable price if you look long enough, and you have the option to customize the shoes, including heel height if you are willing to pay. The Extreme HH website is not so well organized and almost everything there is really overpriced, at least in my opinion.
  3. I've had the same issue with a purchase from China that had Minaloo stamped on the shoe. The heel and steep incline shown in the ad image is what I was seeking only to get something that was at least an inch shorter and not nearly as steep. It was a little disappointing, but I kept the shoes anyway, the price was good, and they were still very pretty shoes regardless. Those wouldn't normally be my taste, but after looking at them for a bit, they are actually really cute. Might have to find something similar for myself Enjoy!
  4. I had the Domina 2000 version of these boots (which is nearly the exact same boot, but the knee high version instead of thigh high). They only lasted about a year before the material started to fall apart in several places and the zipper on one of them also started to come apart. They were very fun to wear and surprisingly comfortable to walk in considering how high the heel is without a platform. I just wish they were more durable to last longer.
  5. My two teenage kids have both known from a very young age that their dad does things different than most dads. They have seen me at various times over the years wearing short-shorts, leggings / skinny jeans (which were more controversal to wear 5-10 years ago when virtually every guy was wearing rather loose fitting pants and shorts below their knees, etc) ... I wear mid-height heels most days of the week, my toe nails are always painted, shaved legs, and many other things considered feminine. I have tried to not to take things too far in front of them, and especially if they have friends around, I totally switch back to a more socially acceptable appearance. I don't want any of their friends to tease them. I have gotten a few innocent questions over the years asking why I do this or that, but for the most part, they have come to just accept, this their dad I suppose.
  6. I agree with everyone else that commented. Your outfit is just fine, I see no issues with it. Those people were very immature and close minded. I have noticed over the years that the location or setting makes a big difference in how some people behave. For example, in a larger public setting with lots of others around, you will very rarely get much of a reaction at all, most people are usually doing their own thing, minding their own business, chances are low that you will get much notice. In smaller public settings, like a small elevator, a small room, public transportation, or any semi-secluded space where you are alone and run into little groups of people (that usually know each other), the chances of you getting that type of reaction increases significantly (in my experience anyway). It's just something I have observed over the years. The few times I have gotten any bad reactions from people were in those types of situations. Otherwise, when I am in an open setting with lots of random people, its very rare that I get any reactions at all. Does that make sense?
  7. I seem to supinate my feet (foot rolls/leans outward) as I walk. So I wear out my heels more quickly on the outside on each foot which reduces the life expectancy of my shoes significantly. If they are more expensive shoes, I usually go through the effort to replace the heel tips if possible. But generally, I get about 250-500 hours out of a pair, largely depending on the shoe type, the thickness of the heel (chunky/wedge/thin), and if I put the effort/expense into preserving them.
  8. lol, no... we've pretty much been trolled LOL It's best to just let this thread die a quiet death rather then periodically resurrecting it as you just did.
  9. Edit: I just noticed that this is a very old thread/poll that was just recently resurrected. The question makes no sense as a yes or no question, since its asking an A 'or' B type question. So I did not vote. Anyway, for me, it depends... I've been wearing a lot more skinny jeans recently, which of course means I'm showing the heel. I still do still like a straight leg (or a narrow boot cut) jean on occasion, which partially hides the heel. I got rid of most of my early collection of long wide leg boot-cut jeans that would fully hide the heel. Short answer: I show the heel, most of the time.
  10. @Rowland - wow great pictures there bud, especially the first one. I've seen some model's legs that are not that good looking from that angle.
  11. It's just common sense... search online and you can find a number of horror stories about non-islamic travelers in that region being arrested for stupid reasons and facing months of hell trying to regain their freedom. Those countries will go after anyone that does not conform to their beliefs or social norms, just being a westerner is enough to put you on their radar, but they don't like any deviant behavior (which this would be in their eyes) . There is no way I would risk it, it's just not worth it.
  12. LOL, this old thread still going on? I forgot about this after I posted a pic way back in January 2018. I figured by now Amanda would have revealed that she was just trolling us over the last 16+ months. heh
  13. Well, I was trying to think of a clever list that would stick with the comfy loafer theme, but sadly my creative juices are not flowing. I was trying to add similar descriptive names to various shoe types and I did not get very far... sigh
  14. hhboots

    Clear Heels

    I think they can look nice if you have really pretty (almost flawless looking) feet, but they would be hard to for most people to pull off without just looking a bit trashy or just not good at all.
  15. Not to repeat what everyone else has already said, but they are very much correct. The boots you described are definitely way over the top for your first pair to introduce your new lifestyle to the wife. Around my wife, I usually wear less than 4.5" (usually closer to 3.5") chunky or wedge heels, with little to no platform, and more mild look in general, definitely not flashy/shiny materials like patent leather (pleather/PU leather). Think about what women wear every day, usually 2"-4" heels at most during the day, occasionally you might see a woman wearing a little bit higher if going out to a nightclub or special event, but rarely. So wearing something that looks more like daily wear (Steve gave lots of pretty good ideas in his post above) around your wife, and making sure you put your wife's needs first in your priorities before your desire to wear extreme boots, is always very important.
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