I’m not sure how to describe it. The motion of my feet while walking feels very stable. Other logger heel boots that I’ve tried in shoe stores felt unstable, like I was on stilts. I’m not sure what the difference is. Perhaps a better fit, better build, better heel placement, better design, etc.Dennis... Curious to know if you felt the weight distribution almost immediately.
My Nicks are my first high heel boot. While they were painfully snug when new, the one thing I noticed immediately is how evenly my weight was distributed through my foot and how there was less pressure/stress on my lower back.
Great thread!! Thanks!Today is day three. I wore them for a few hours around the house, mostly binge watching a program with my wife. Then we went to my stepdaughter’s and did some dog walking for just a little over twenty minutes. Going up and down stairs is getting a little easier. They’re still stiff and a little painful on the top of my feet, outside of arch, and shins.
The above mentioned “hotspots,” as they are referred to, began as nearly unbearable during the first twenty minute walk. They have lessened to nearly tolerable on this third day. They suggest spraying the hotspots with a 50/50 mix of rubbing alcohol and water if needed. I might give this a try.
Here’s some pics from today.
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The false tongues are looking better and the uppers are fairly even all the way up.
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Pants were rolled up just for the picture, as I prefer to have the cuff rest on my shoes/boots.