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Elevator Shoes For Men – Confidence is key

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In a world where fashion caters to women, men sometimes have a difficult time finding accessories that compliment them. Whether it’s unflattering, out of style, or uncomfortable, men’s clothes have a reputation for being less evolved than women’s.

The lack of colors, the patterns that make you look wider than necessary, the shoe designs that haven’t evolved past your dad’s high school days. Luckily in recent years designers have become more accommodating to men as well as women. It’s easier to find things that flatter your figure, express your personality, and even alter your appearance.

The Man Behind The Magic

Since 2009 men have been able to adjust their height using elevator shoes. Emanuele Briganti, a fourth generation shoemaker from Lecce, Italy, designed a subtle men’s version of women’s heels. He realized that men could also benefit from higher heels, and it would help them to appear taller.

He provided less height-endowed men with the opportunity to grow 2-5 inches in a matter of minutes. These shoes were crafted with the heels built into the soles, so they would remain unnoticed by others.

Society subliminally interacts with taller people differently than those who are shorter. Taller men are subconsciously more respected, which can leave some of their shorter counterparts feeling overlooked. Something had to be done about this, it’s not fair that women get to put on heels and tower over men, without men having any way to counteract it!

Men’s elevator shoes became a big hit, taking off quickly all around Europe. Over the years, they have been purchased all over the world.

While it’s true that everyone’s needs are different, most men who need a boost in height will agree that these shoes have become increasingly trendier in recent years. They’re now available in many styles and heights, so you can find the perfect fit.

Benefits Of Walking Tall

GuidoMaggi elevator shoes for men

While increasing your height might be your main objective here, there are also several other ways you’ll be benefiting from elevator shoes. With an increased sense of height comes a slimmer look. The slimmer and taller you look the longer your legs will appear to be. This will add to the overall height of your silhouette, so not only will you feel taller up close, but even from afar you’ll seem to have a grander stance.

One phrase that never gets old: Confidence is key. This continues to be true in all kinds of situation that get thrown our way, even if we have to fake it til we make it. Maybe adding a few inches is all the confidence you really needed. You’ll enjoy the notion of towering over the old you as if you’re superior to him. Take that confidence boost and do the big things you’ve been daring yourself to accomplish!

As dreamy as it might seem, you’ll never be everyone’s type, and most women do prefer tall men. It’s a harsh truth, but your height increase along with your newfound boost in confidence might make your dating life a little easier. Being able to approach a woman is half the battle, right? It doesn’t seem so hard when you have that chip on your shoulder though.

Once you do get her to agree to date there’s another hurdle. Women tend to wear heels in situations such as first dates, which could leave a man of the same height looking and feeling short. While elevator shoes might not be comparable to her sky-high heels, they’ll at least offer the opportunity for a few extra inches. It’s quite the advantage they have with those stilettos, but once you both take your shoes off things will even out.

Along with the positive effects this all may have on your personal life, elevator shoes could also be a good career move. You could adjust your heigh for interviews or important business meetings. Taller men radiate dominance and power, which will have your colleagues reacting more positively towards you.

In turn, you’ll feel more assertive in the situation. While height shouldn’t be a determining factor of whether you get the job or not, you could be winning brownie points with your aura of success and certainty.

Contrary to their often envied counterpart, elevator shoes are not nearly as harsh on your body as women’s high heels are. Heels are made to pivot on a point, whereas guido maggi elevator shoes are padded with several layers under your heels. This makes them far more comfortable, easy to walk in, and they can even help with poor posture, which adds even more overall height.

With corrected posture comes other improvements. We aren’t as symmetrical as we like to think we are. When sitting down we tend to lean to one side more than the other, when sleeping we curl up a certain way for hours. Granted we can’t change the unsymmetrical aspects of our eyes or ears, but when it comes to legs, hips, and other lower extremities it can have a big impact.

In addition to your body regaining its symmetry, over time your spine’s location shifts as your beneficial new habits make their mark. Back pain is a common ailment for many of us, so anything helps, including little things like walking straighter. This could even reduce the need for pain medications over time, which greatly increases the health of your internal organs.

Smooth Move

Aside from all these amazing benefits you probably never imagined, elevator shoes have become pretty stylish. They aren’t the orthopedic answer that’s recommended by your doctor anymore. You have options ranging from casual to fancy, for work or for play.

Loafers, dress shoes, sneakers, and even boots are among many of the most popular designs available today. Even the height differences vary greatly. You can purchase a minimal heel under 2 inches, or go big with a 5-inch increase. Whichever you prefer, there’s an elevator shoe for every occasion, and it’s an easy way to achieve the look you want.

Noor is a Columnist at Disrupt Magazine. He specializes in writing on trendy topics of crypto, business, finance as well as tech. He has been featured in Techbullion.com, Vizaca.com.

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