sorry, not a female plugger, but it sure takes a while to get comfy in unconmy walking shoes
Never wore High Heels but I do understand the need for change . I do walk at least two miles every day so good shoes are a must have item :-)
I don’t understand why women wear high heels in the first place. They’ve got to be uncomfortable and plus they’re not very good for feet because they throw all of one’s body weight on the ball of the foot rather than evenly distributing it.
Amen to that!
I don’t recall my wife ever wearing high heels. She must have been a plugger all along.
After a certain age, or level of personal experience, practicality kicks in with no shame.
I guess I’m not a plugger. I am having problems finding Stiletto heels in a men’s size 13.
in other words, you’ve attained enough wisdom to choose function over style
Thank heavens for Skechers. Wore leather dress shoes too long. I have one pair now for funerals and weddings.
I’ve replaced my favorite steel-toed boots for Sketchers….
1/2" heels are plenty high enough for a female Plugger according to my wife.
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Plugger don’t care about vanity when they get older, I don’t care what I like like I dress for comfort!!
I never could wear high heels. What does that make me?
Sadly, we men just gotta sigh now, and take out our visual-frustrations on the more-daring ones of the feminine-gland, who still wear such with no-fear for their own personal safety, God bless ’em.
Indeed, heels must be bad for “plugger”-women. I know this from experience, as when I married my-wife she was 28, and a petite-build. Fast foward 35 years now, and ironically, she still has the petite-build with that nice-view from the “balcony”, but the poor-dear dear has, indeed, shrank from that perfect-“kissable” height, to a more-logical-one of, “Come on, ol’ man work for it, now!” of a four-inch loss in height.
Guess it was kinda-MY fault. Used her like a good-carpenter’s pencil, and kept sharpening her too-many times, wore ’er down?
But by-golly, she’s still a round-pencil, not a flat-’un….!☺
Even funeral shoes.
Even Wonder Woman is wearing sensible shoes these days.
I absolutely loved wearing high heels at work and when going out to places during my marriage. With a little practice, they’re not difficult to walk in. Now that I’m older and have had broken back bones from bone thinning, and other woes, of course I have to wear very safe and comfy shoes. But I have my memories, and the pictures, lol!
Like flats myself.
Back in the day my Wife probably had 15-20 pairs of high heels, now it’s 15-20 pair of more comfortable walking shoes, the count never seems to go down.
Female and I have never worn HIGH heels in my life. Highest I ever had was 1/2 inch tall.
Apparently women’s feet have gotten larger over the decades. I wear a 5 1/2 and have always had trouble finding any shoes – let alone flats – as shoes in that size sell out quickly, so finding them at all is rare and even harder to find in a style I would wear.
At the same time, apparently, boys feet got larger also and boys size 4 fits me perfectly and became much easier to find (much easier than ladies 5.5 also). I wear boys’ black skateboard sneakers most of the time, have boys’ black laced shoes for when I need to wear shoes – such as it is raining, boys’ winter boots, boys’ hiking boots, and boys’ dress slip on shoes for the extremely rare times I have to dress up.
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