21 Mar 2015

Air Jordan DMP just like women

Since men’s high heeled shoes have become fashionable, many women in particular have spoken out against the practice, but men have the right to wear high heeled shoes if they wish.

Just as for women, high heels can be comfortable and make the wearer feel good.

This is not to make them taller, although it does, but to change the shape of the calve as the muscles take up a new position to Air Jordan DMP support the change in weight load caused by high heeled shoes.

As women traditionally dress to show their legs, and men don’t, does this mean that men should not wear high heels?

Of course it doesn’t. Many women, myself included, wear high heels with pants, where the leg is hidden.

I, myself wear denim jeans with high heels, because it feels good.

If men want to wear high heels under their trousers, why not?

They have the right to feel good too and not be forced by convention into wearing traditional men’s flat shoes.

Interestingly, over on another hub of mine about high heeled shoes for men, many people from Air Jordan Fusion 5 both within and outside Hubpages have commented.

We have the whole spectrum of attitudes and opinions expressed over there that one would expect to find in the general population.

From people who hate the very idea of men wearing high Air Jordan 8s heels, to those who don’t care much either way, all the way through to people who think it’s wonderful.

We even have someone pointing out the potential health risksof wearing high heels.

But you know scientists have got to come up with theories to justify their huge salaries, so when some experts come away with stuff about Jordan Pro Strong bunions and sciatica caused by wearing high heels, you may as well take it with a pinch of salt.

High heels first became popular (among women) in the Thirties, when they would be worn only on special occasions, yet bunions were far more common in the years before this.

Many men suffer from sciatica having never worn a high heel in their life.

Interestingly enough, it could be argued that men with sciatica may even benefit from the wearing of high heels, because of the load shift high heels will bring their lower backs.

What is far more important, and all experts agree on this, is wearing well fitting shoes.

Shoes which are tight in one area, or rub in another, will cause long term damage to the feet.

This is especially so in childhood. That is why children should always wear well fitting shoes. Get your children’s feet measured each time you feel their toes reaching the end the toe of the shoe, and buy a good sturdy pair with leather uppers of the correct width.

Children should NEVER wear high heels because their bodies are still growing, and the centre of gravity change brought on by high heeled shoes can change their bodies irreversibly.

Getting back to the point of this article, men have the right to wear high heeled shoes if it feels right to them.

It is perfectly understandable for men to want to wear high heels if they are of short stature, just like women, but is also acceptable if they are tall.

If it feels right, just do it. Go out and buy a pair, but buy the best you can afford for your own comfort and safety.

Be aware that because of the centre of gravity shift brought about by even the lowest of high heels, your balance is more likely to be out of sync.

If you are a regular wearer of high heeled shoes you may not notice this during day to day activities.

A sudden and unexpected event like a bird suddenly flying too close to your face, or a Air Jordan 5s car appearing from nowhere while you are crossing the road, is more likely to make you fall if you are wearing high heels, because your automatic reactions are still tied to your heels being firmly on the ground.

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