What Heel height is the right for me?

For you, High Heel Overknee boots are new territory? Wondering what heel height is right for me? Here are a few tips and thoughts on how to make the right decision:

Basically, one distinguishes between the high heels and the low heels. High heels have a height of more than 9cm. Low heels are called heels with a height of up to 9cm.

Basically, we advise beginners rather low heels in a slightly wider version (block heel). The advantage of a lower block sales is mainly in the shallower position of the sole of the foot. The wider heel itself provides a safe and stable step.

Somewhat more experienced ladies and gentlemen can then go one step further and even venture once over a Stiletto Low Heel. The height of the heel stays at a maximum of 9cm in this version. However, the shape of the stem is very slim or as thin as a pencil. Depending on the design, a Stiletto Low Heel emits a certain amount of erotic. For a safe and elegant step, however, some experience and practice is required here.

The pros among all high heel Overknee boots wearers opt for stiletto high heels. There are (almost) no limits to the absolute height of the heel height. From a heel height of more than 13cm overknees with plateau are recommended. Overknee without plateau and with a higher heel than 13cm are hard to wear and you can not walk in those boots anymore. The plateau ensures that the foot position remains in tolerable range. The wearer can therefore safely and comfortably run in high heel Overknees even with a heel higher than 13cm.

Here is an excerpt from the AROLLO High Heel and Low Heel offer:

AROLLO Low Heels:

AROLLO High Heels:

AROLLO extreme High Heels:

Last Update: 11. January 2018 • AROLLO Boots

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