Tall Shoes for Men with Invisible Heels
Our elevator shoes are designed with thick shoe lifts inbuilt.
Thick shoe lifts will not fit into regular shoes.
We sell 1.6cm shoe lifts that fit into regular shoes.
Our 1.6cm lifts add comfort, support & extra height.
Shoe lifts are not the same as elevator shoes, height-increasing shoes or man heels. Shoe lifts are thick insoles that are inserted into shoes for extra height. Shoe lifts are responsible for most of the height-increase in our elevator shoes, but are also sold individually to fit into regular shoes. Whilst we can insert shoe lifts up to 7cm thick into our height-increase shoes, regular shoes can usually only accommodate 1-2cm shoe lifts, as regular shoes are not designed to fit thick insoles inside them.
Shoe lifts were invented before height-increasing shoes. Before shoe lifts were around, some men were wearing shoes with massive heels - platform shoes. They were fashionable and made them taller. What a perfect scenario. Unfortunately, they’re not as popular now, so we’ve had to come up with different ways of getting taller.
Apart from major surgery, there's nothing you can do to increase your destined height. Limb lengthening surgery costs around $20,000 and requires months of recovery and rehabilitation. Limb lengthening surgery can also lead to weakened knees and stiffened joints. The result is an extra 5-8cm of height in exchange for a frail lower body and the risk of infection.
There are companies on the internet that claim you can increase your height by inducing hormone supplements. They're a waste of money. If there really were supplements that increased your height magically, wouldn't everyone be using them? Wouldn't they be available at your local pharmacy? Instead, they're only available through 'special' websites. Another myth is that stretching can make you taller. Stretching is great for the body and mind, and will certainly make you more flexible, but not taller. Your height is determined by your genetics. Eating healthily, exercising and stretching can be beneficial to your height as you’re growing, but this is insignificant compared with your genetic make-up. If you want to know more about this, please speak to a reliable GP. It’s sad news for many, but it’s the truth.
Shoe lifts can be inserted into regular shoes, but remember, trying to insert anything thicker than 2cm is usually futile and often causes the wearer’s heels to slip out or their toes to be squashed uncomfortably.
There are companies that sell shoe lifts that are 5cm thick! How would they possibly fit into your regular shoes?
We design shoe lifts. Shoe lifts that you can actually use. Our shoe lifts offer height-increases of 1.2cm and 1.6cm. It may not seem like much, but it does make a difference in height and comfort. Trying to insert thicker lifts into your shoes is generally useless, so if you’re after more height than just 1.6cm, we recommend our height-increasing shoes.
Our tall shoes will provide you with the extra hidden height of 6-10cm without compromising style or comfort. If you’re sceptical, please feel free to read testimonials from many of our satisfied customers. If you only trust yourself, order a pair and see if you like them. We offer free delivery Australia-wide, and if they don’t suit you, you can return them for an exchange or a refund.
Buyer Beware - After falling in love with your first pair of Altura JNK Design elevator shoes, you may never want to return to wearing regular shoes.
Alexander, TAS - 13th November 2012
'Have bought shoes from you before. Was very pleased and they perform exactly as advertized. Thanks.'