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  1. Somehow the JS style speaks to me very much, I'd love a pair but my financials says "h*ll no" at the moment.
  2. Miguel Jones, cowboybootsusa at eBay, makes JS boots. I got two pairs, not JS, with stunning craftmanship, from him https://rover.ebay.com/rover/0/0/0?mpre=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.ebay.com%2Fulk%2Fitm%2F312316509514
  3. Thank you Not uncomfy, you'll get used to them
  4. Recieved the shoes yesterday, got the oppurtunity to try them out today Giaro, from eBay, slighty used. Black plush, gold draped heel. Sorry for dark img.
  5. As there's always a reason to wear heels
  6. Those Giaro thigh high boots, got them off eBay around 2012(?) but also my second pair as well. Why so? I had my first pair for a year and a half maybe, just got them for more kinky purposes. But I got an another meaning and got rid of them. A half year or something like that I started to miss them, so I sniffed up one more pair at eBay again, from that moment on I got stuck with heel addiction.
  7. Would you let this contractor into your house to fix the heat pump?
  8. And I thought that I've said to myself: "Do not buy more heels this year", Yeah right... What did I do? Bought a pair...
  9. Those https://www.high-feelings.de/stiefeletten-blockabsatz-nappaleder-schwarz-sw060007?c=2238
  10. I'm not too sure about those ankle boots though. Myself I do prefer untucked with bright jeans, migt be different withdark ones?
  11. Awesome otk boots Alex, where did you get them and what brand?
  12. Shoes are meant to be used, this guy is doing the right thingy kudos for that @Mitsysun1400
  13. The heels themselve are firmly attached, it's more weak construction, everything is moving if the stilletto are getting bent.
  14. There are some metal bracket thingys there as well, not so much to hang in a christmas tree tough.. The main problem was that last I glued them, I did not use the clamps as I do now, so the heels was flexing badly. However. I will evaluate the reparation tonight. Edit: some more glue on one heel base.
  15. This should help the wobbly heels Some shoe goo and a pair of clamps
  16. Well as a answer to that I'd say that I work as a contractor, stupid 'nuff to understand how things work as my occupation demands me to know electricity, piping, thermodynamics and mechanics. And not forgotten. Thank @pebblesf, @bambam and @CAT for the comments
  17. I used stretch spray and some socks yesterday, helped a lot
  18. Thank you Pierre. Looks like I have to shove them on with bigger socks and more stretching spray to get them even better. It helped a lot yesterday
  19. Almost as good as mine That beats me up how small my shoes looks comparing to yours. Did you take your normal size? And whats your size?
  20. Thank you Pierre Pretty ok, need to stretch them just a li'l bit, then they should me awesome to wear! I found them little narrow as it might be the style, or my wide feets? It'd be fun to see how you'll compose everything Sweden is a "tall" country, i live in the northern sweden, got approx 1300 km to copenhagen, but it had be fun.
  21. Thank you I'm a kind of unused to wear oxies. But I get used to it, those are a bit narrow, I have to stretch them a little, suppose that you have to go up one size as the style makes them go narrow in size. I wear them barefoot as they are of real leather.
  22. If i came into your office and asked for job, would you hire me?
  23. Got those in the mailbox a few days ago. Managed to shoehorn'em on, need some stretch-out to be perfect. Are soaking with water and wear them on the best way? Or should I put them in the oven 100 deg celcius/200deg farenheit/80deg reamur for 15 min and then put them on?! It's suede leather.
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