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Rob last won the day on September 27 2015

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  1. I’m loving all three pairs. Could you post links to them, or let us know the brands / style names please?
  2. Thank you. A UK men’s 7 or 8 (an 8 in narrower shoes, a 7 in wider) which generally makes me a 8 in UK Women’s (but occasionally a 7).
  3. Great boots as well! can you provide a link to where to buy them please? Thank you.
  4. Nice boots, and fairly masculine. Do you have a link to their Ebay listing please?
  5. If anyone is interested, I have a pair of these for sale. Mint condition, never worn (not even tried on), with dust bag, in the original box. (As I loved the ones I posted about above so much, I brought some more, but have never worn them.) Size 41 (UK Men’s 8, which I think is either an 8 or 8.5 in US Men’s). However, I do want what I paid for them. Otherwise I’ll just keep them and wear them one day. PM me if you are interested.
  6. I particularly like the quote: And he wore them, he said, not because he wanted to be taller, but because “women like ’em.” The man was pure sex, and many women found him irresistibly sexy. And the way in which he wore his heels was a big part of that.
  7. Hi Ron, I'm always on the look out for block heeled boots that could work in a masculine way. Are these still available, and can you provide a link? If not, it would be nice to see a picture and know their name.
  8. Hi Ron, I hope this isn't the end of them, but if there is no demand, they won't want to keep making them. And with that, less chance of men's heels like this filtering down to the mainstream. This is one of the reasons that I brought mine as soon as I could. - You never know when they might be discontinued. Unfortunately they are not on sale in the UK/Europe yet. If they were I would buy another pair. Hopefully they will go in to the Boxing Day / January sales here. PS: The heel is 3.5" (in the smaller sizes & higher in the larger sizes).
  9. Interesting shoes and boots. Can you provide a link to where you brought them on Aliexpress?
  10. Rob

    "Masculinity"

    Good article. This video is also along similar lines: http://youtu.be/qK1GQRoto9E
  11. I'm quite conservative in my footwear compared to most of the members here. (The last post in this thread is an example of the kind of boots I wear.) But, I would also advise starting small. Buy some plain black block heeled boots with a low heel. A one inch heeled boot will look like a man's boot. A two inch block heel will be barely noticeable. A three inch block heel may be noticed, but won't attract much attention. Start at a level that you are comfortable with, wear them out and about until you gain confidence, then push the boundaries with something higher. And people that you know will
  12. Definitely DON'T tell her! It is is one (risky) thing to tell her that you enjoy wearing heels, but to go out and buy the exact same heels that she has could come across as being really creepy!!
  13. Nice collection Tex! Yes, the heel on these new boots is almost an inch taller that the Jonny boots. I've taken a picture for comparison.
  14. Thanks for your comments guys. Thank you Freestyle! Collecting watches used to be a thing of mine, but once I started carrying a phone (about 20yrs ago) I stopped wearing them regularly and used the phone for the time, But the Apple watch was a gift from my wife for my 50th, so I wear it most of the time now. You're welcome! I have a couple of pairs of Jonny boots as well, and was wearing one of the pairs that day. You can see one of mine on the floor in front of me in the last picture below. The store has already sold out in a few sizes, as have the web sites. Howeve
  15. Thank you for making me aware of these Mr Pump. I've been keeping my eye out for them ever since, putting away £100 (=$140) a month, and finally purchased a pair on Saturday. I'm told they are part of this seasons Saint Laurent androgynous look "blurring the lines between menswear and womenswear" and therefore the same boot is available in both women's and men's ranges. I tried on both the men's and women's. Directly comparing both, I found the women's heel to be around 10mm higher and 2mm narrower than the men's in the same size, but from 5-6 feet away they look identical. My wife, who
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