Our customers range in height from under 5' to over 6', so our shoes aren't just for short men. In fact, it's common for many men under 6' to feel short, especially with teenagers on average becoming taller and women becoming professionals at wearing very high heels.
Our tall elevator shoes have helped many men, from jockeys to police officers, feel more confident and authoritative. We don't believe that being short is a disease that needs a cure, but it is unfortunate in our society how height does make a difference in terms of attraction, appearance and authority. Many men are comfortable being under-average in height, but most men (whether short or tall) would be happy with a few extra inches in height.
Men all around the world wear height-increasing shoes. You've probably only heard of a few celebrities who wear them, like Tom Cruise and Mark Wahlberg. But there are lots of celebrities who wear and have worn tall elevator shoes, including Jacob Black, Michael Jackson, Frank Sinatra, Bono, Brad Pitt, Sylvester Stallone, George Clooney, Robert Downey Jr, Michael Douglas, Seth Green, Jack Black, Jason Alexander, Danny Devito, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon, Kevin Connolly, Simon Cowell and Kim Jong Il. And this is only the beginning of a long list.
We've sold our tall shoes for short men to many Australian celebrities, but we can't tell you who they are!
Many of these celebrities aren't even short. Let's take Brad Pitt for example, who's 5'11. One of the most attractive men in the world wears them, and he couldn't care less whether people know. It's not that he wishes he were taller, it's just that sometimes it looks better, especially when standing next to Angelina with 3-inch heels, who's already 5'8 without heels.