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What causes you most problems when you are walking in heels?


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Which of these has caused you the most problems?  

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  1. 1. Which of these has caused you the most problems?

    • Stairs/Steps
    • Uneven/Cracked/Broken Pavements
    • Going down steep hills/ramps
    • Caught heels (in gratings or cracks)
    • Cobbled Streets
    • Other


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Drawn between cobbled streets and broken pavements - plenty of cobble stones at downtown area, on the other hand the frost sometimes cracks the streets. But it also depends on the shoes and heel type, and also on what else you are wearing; if I venture outside in miy ultra-high shoes, everything is a problem, in addition if I dare to wear a hobbling skirt, I become a helpless klutz who can'tcross the street without stumbling (but that would be the idea in the first place, no?)

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I thought I'd reply to this even though no one has for a while.

For me, living in the North of England, rain and wind are my enemies. Puddles that are deep enough to completely submerge my toes are a major problem. Nothing worse than completely drenching the inside of my heels.

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On 12/13/2020 at 10:44 PM, Cali said:

That's why you wear knee high boots. Rain windy day today here, but no problem in my boots.

I've only got one pair of leather knee highs and they have a relatively low and chunky heel so I never wear them. My thigh highs are velour and open at the front so they aren't rain-worthy.

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5 hours ago, MyOwnHeels said:

I've only got one pair of leather knee highs and they have a relatively low and chunky heel so I never wear them. My thigh highs are velour and open at the front so they aren't rain-worthy.

Time to go shopping then.

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In my country the old town centres often have cobblestones, that is no fun in high heels. Also broken or badly repaired sidewalks can be a problem. Sometimes i take off the heels and do some distance barefoot.

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