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  1. 1. how tall are you without heels?



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Im 6'8" or 203 cm and shoe size 12 UK mostly

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I am 6' tall and wear a size 11 or 12US, depending on the manufacturer.

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I am 6' 1" and size 11US

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I'm 6'6" and wear size 48EU/17US - even harder to find :-( But I like heels, especially spiked heels, and would wear them in public if only I have enough courage...

48 eu is not 17 us.

i am 6'1.5" and wear us 15 shoes. that is 50 eu.

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I'm 181 sm; 5' 11-1/4" (too precise, I know :smile:)

Size 11 US fits perfectly on left foot and needs a bit of stretching on the right.

My first pair is size 12 as in all forums and conversion tables it says to add 2 sizes to the one you wear.

So, these ones: http://www.hhplace.org/picture.php?albumid=693&pictureid=7201 got worn few times at home, but I can't walk in them :smile:

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I'm 5'9" and wear women's 11-12 depending on the brand.

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Im roughly 191cm, which is about 6'3. I wear size 12 UK mens shoes, 45 Euro. I wear size 12 womens UK and so far not a problem (from when I can actually FIND shoes that big!)

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At 5' 7", I frequently feel....vertically challanged. You know, top shelves of kitchen cabinets, etc. 4" - 6" heels really make a difference. Its not just psychological, its practical. If you're 6' +, you probably don't really get it.

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Im also 5' 7" without heels. Im 18 years old and wear a mens size 8 1/2. I have small feet. I usually wear size 9 1/2 in womens. But check out the post I just did on sizing and see if it will help you out at all.

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Hey!, I'm 5'7 1/2, but as an ex-rock climber I can get to where many of the tall people can't get! Even in heels! Might tread on the cake, though.

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I'm 6' 5" tall without heels. Still can't figure why I want to be taller in heels ??? :smile: But I just love the feel....

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I'm 5'4" so I don't obviously stand out while wearing heels. Depending on the shoe and where it came from, my foot fits in women's shoe sizes 9.5-11 (North America) 40-41 (Europe).

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I am 5'7", and I'm not alone in that group according to the stats. Although I had expected more guys to be above 6'0". But I think my size is fine for wearing heels.

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I'm 5'5" and wear a size 7 in men's and, amazingly true to sizing rules, a 9 in women's. I only stick out a little wearing my 7 1/2 platforms, but having been shorter than average my whole life, I like being a bit taller than everyone I know. :smile:

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6' 1'' for me (1.85 m in EUR) Do you think, it is to much tall to wear high heels ?

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I am 5'11" and when I wear any of my heels I stand over 6'. The wife is 5'5" and I usually tower over her when heeled.

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5'9", and I only have one pair of 5" heels (1" platform). The Mrs loves my added height.

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I'm 6'1" without heels, i guess my new heels should push that to 6'6" - phew, better buy a safety hat. The wife is 5' by the way. For 'Chap' no i don't think you are too tall for heels.

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