Heel heights measurement for women’s shoes

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Shoe Heel heights are measured by lying the shoe on a flat working surface and measuring the heel from the bottom to the high.

On the website, we have put our shoes into 4 different heel height categories – High, Mid, Low and Flat. Refer to the chart to provide an idea of how high the shoe could be. Please make use of the chart as a basic guide only as sizes do differ from manufacturer to manufacturer.

Block heel

Block heels is usually high or short but they are generally square in shape and also have a more sturdy, chunkier layout. If you are seeking a sensible higher heel to use all day, block heels as well as wedge heeled shoes are highly recommended.

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Wedge heel

Wedge shoes are an excellent substitute for high heels, if you desire a comfy, a lot more sturdy heel. It provides a covered block and it’s totally flat to the ground.

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Heel height chart
Flat 0 – 2.5 cm
Low 2.5 – 6 cm
Mid 6 – 8 cm
High 8 – 10 cm plus



Kitten heel

The lowest short slender heel; a kitten heel features a slight curved shape adding to the female shape of a court shoe.

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Stiletto heel

Stiletto heels are usually slender and high. They offer the illusion of height and definitely will make your feet look reduced while elongating your legs. A sexy women shoe, they’ll give you a striking silhouette because of the arched foot bed.

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