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  1. TBG - Good one! I missed it the first time I read it. RonC - Like I said, the only place I found that exact boot was at the outlet. Good luck on your search! I actually like the clicking sound. It can be a little unnerving when your trying to be discreet though. Good tip on filling the heel and replacing the cap with rubber. Steve - Isn't that always the way?
  2. Thanks for the comments guys! The name on the box says Brynngd, and yes it's about a 3 1/2 in heel. They are very discreet under longer jeans except for the plastic heel which clicks pretty loudly. I bought them from the outlet store and haven't seen them any where else so I'm not sure about larger sizes. My wife and I are pretty close in size so we are sometimes able to borrow from each others closets which is fun. (I will be borrowing her brown boots as I actually fit in her 9 1/2's and she's ok with it.) PS I wore mine out food shopping with my wife again tonight which somehow made food shopping much more fun! Cheers, Jim
  3. I know it's been a long time since I last posted but I got these boots just after Christmas and wanted to share. They're Nine West 3 1/2 inch block heel knee boots that I found while out shopping for my wife but didn't want to buy myself a Christmas present. We went back together to the outlet in Merrimack, NH where I had found them (I had bought my wife a gift card to Nine West so we would have to go back) I got mine size 10 in black and she bought the same pair in brown size 9 1/2. We both love the boots and have spent some time out and about in them together. In the course of a week I've worn them to church with family, out to dinner and shopping with my wife and to dinner at my parents. Granted I wear them with longer cut jeans that cover most of the heel but they have already been a huge confidence booster for me! I've spent many years hiding even though my wife is very supportive and my immediate family and very close friends know.
  4. @ saudade, those are awesome! Good choice!!
  5. Sadly I have doubts all the time which keep me from heeling, posting here and doing a lot of things that I enjoy. I also have a closet full of boots, a supportive wife and this forum. Keep your chin up, we found this group for a reason!
  6. Thanks Jeff, here's a pic of the red cowboy boots. They were an ebay find from years ago that I paid way to much for. They have about a 2 inch heel and some of the pointiest toes I've ever seen, but are very comfortable to wear. Even though I really love them they've seen limited wear. Cheer, Jim
  7. I've done it many times. Always with my wife with longer jeans over boots that I'm comfortable walking in.
  8. Congratulations to you for reaching 500 posts and 2 years here at hhplace! Just remember that you are becoming as much of an inspiration to others as they are to you. I've enjoyed reading your posts and look forward to your next 500. Cheers, Jim
  9. Thanks Henri! I did check in every now and the, just never had anything positive to report.
  10. Thanks guys, anxiety and depression can be hard to overcome but I'm trying. I just want to feel comfortable in my own skin and there are times where all the support in the world just doesn't help. Reading about the adventures of others here is an inspiration and I hope that I can contribute some also. Cheers, Jim
  11. I've worn my black 4" cowboy boots with heels fully exposed many times to church with my wife, parents and my younger sister. Even though I've never had any comments that's about as far as I'd go.
  12. So, I realize that I haven't been around in a while. I've been dealing with some personal issued which have made it emotionally impossible to do any public healing. Recently though, I bought a new pair of boots that may help change that. I also have recently had a rather frank discussion on the subcject of my healing with my father even though he realy already knew. Still it was nice to get it off my chest and he seemed to be more than understanding. Also, my wife recently made a new friend that I had the pleasure of meeting. She inserted herself into a shoe shopping trip with us the following day, even though she had to back out at the last minute. She seemed to be a very opened minded person and I felt compelled to explain that while I didn't mind her coming, she should be aware that I shop both sides of the isle(because I was not about to let her ruin our shopping adventure.) To which she exclaimed that she knew she like me. Mind you when we met I was wearing my bright red cowboy boots which in her words were "absolutely fabulous". Any way, after stopping in a few stores and not finding anything, we stopped into Marshall's where I found a pair of black 3" covered wedge knee boots, that I fell in love with. At $39 they were a bargain. Today I wore them under longer jeans with a maroon v neck tee, while the wife and I went shopping. A stop at Home Depot, Kohls, the new local outlet mall, and then food shopping. All a non event and a very good time. No spike in blood preasure or shaky hands which on a few failed attempts to leave the house in the recently made me abort and change before heading out. Sorry to ramble, but as I said it's been a while and just wanted to share. Cheers, Jim
  13. TBG, glad to hear things went well and that you'll soon heeling with both feet again soon. Jim
  14. Hey buddy, saw your great boots! I live in RI but work out of Logan airport. It is great to see another guy with the confidence to look hot in boots. I wear size 11-12 and have a few pairs of black thigh highs with 5" heels. I can walk pretty well in 5" heels, but want to get better at 6" and higher. Sure hope we can chat sometime...Don

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