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August 11, 2005

Convertibles — Adjustable High Heels


From Australia — where girls know what girls want — come these innovative morphing shoes.


One moment you're all glammed up, the next you're sitting in your cubicle looking very busy.


"Converts a high 7 cm heel to a low 3 cm heel with one simple twist on/off action."


[via AW]

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i dont completely understand how they work. could someone please explain? my email is earthzangel777@aim.com
thank you!!

Posted by: amanda | May 14, 2008 2:03:02 PM

i dont completely understand how they work. could someone please explain? my email is earthzangel777@aim.com
thank you!!

Posted by: amanda | May 14, 2008 2:02:29 PM

it's funny because my friend also came up with the same idea yesterday while we were brainstorming for our feasibility study... i just want to ask if this idea is already patented, because we are thinking about using it as our product, not to sell it, but just to pass it to our professor.

thank you.

Posted by: chie | Jun 24, 2006 5:08:59 AM

This site needs more info for kids like me wanting to find an reasenable site to go on and learn more about Spy Agents!!
if there is an sicaty for kids that do mishens than im Happy!
please do something about this delema please!
from Angel Kitty Puss.

Posted by: AngelKittyPuss | Jun 2, 2006 11:50:56 PM

Hey, handy for those folks who have one leg longer than the other :)

Posted by: Joan | Aug 12, 2005 9:20:54 AM

I could use a pair today. We are having a Building Dedication and Open House at work today, so I had to break out the high heels after working from home all week - no makeup, hair in a ponytail, ratty T-shirt with shorts. It's painful.

But I do wonder why they didn't make the heel like those skates that just fold up into the shoe. I'm sure I'd be running around one day half-dressed with one high heel and one flat frantically searching for a lost heel.

Posted by: Shawn Lea | Aug 11, 2005 11:19:07 AM

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