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Pleaser Adore 1020RM [COMING SOON]

Pleaser Adore 1020RM [COMING SOON]

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Zilvergrijze imitatie-suède veter-enkellaarsjes met een bergkristal(strass)steentjes gaas-stof overlay, mini glitters over de zilvergrijze plateauzool en een ritssluiting aan de binnenzijde

Silver-Grey Faux Suede Lace-Up Front Ankle Boots with AB Rhinestone Mesh Overlay, Mini Iridescent Glitters on the Silver-Grey Platform Bottom and a Full-Length Inner Side Zipper

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What is the heel height and platform height

This is the brief explanation of what heel height and platform height are. If you would like to read the full explanation of all specifications, you can find it on the following page:
Specifications explanation

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Heel height and platform height:

The heel height and platform height are the most important factors for many people when shopping for heels. When it comes to pole dancing/exotic dance/pole fitness on heels, we more often talk about the height in inches than the height in cm.
For your convenience, we mention the height in inches as well as in cm, so you don't have to convert this yourself :)

How we measure them:

 

Heel height (abbreviated "HH")

Platform height (abbreviated "PF")

The heel height is measured by Pleaser from where the heel touches the ground in a straight line upwards to where the heel touches the sole; as shown in the image below

 heel height_1

The platform height is measured from the bottom of the sole where it touches the ground to the top of the platform -> the height where your foot is standing on; as shown in the image below

platform height

What is the 'walking height'

This is the brief explanation of what the walking height of a shoe is. If you would like to read the full explanation of all specifications, you can find it on the next page:
Specifications explanation

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Walking height:

The walking height is the 'real' heel height you walk on. We calculate this with the next 'formula':

Heel height - Platform height = Walking height

  • For heels without a platform, the heel height is the same as the walking height because nothing is subtracted from the heel height
  • For heels with a platform, the 'real' heel height you walk on is less than the total heel height because your foot rests on a platform. That means the sole of the shoe has literally been raised and your foot is standing higher. You can therefore subtract the platform height from the heel height to calculate the walking height.

The following image shows an example:

walking height

What is the heel distance

This is the brief explanation of what the heel distance is. If you would like to read the full explanation of all specifications, you can find it on the following page:
Specification information

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Heel distance

The heel distance is the distance between the heel and the slope of the insole. A steeper heel has a shorter heel distance, a sharper slope angle and a 'lower' º-number (in degrees)
Read the explanation about the angle of inclination for more information about this

Heel distance

So: the shorter the heel distance, the higher the heel of the shoe feels/the steeper the shoe will bee.

Measuring the heel distance is actually best applied when you compare two different shoes in the same size and with the same walking/heel height.

So don't compare apples and oranges by comparing a size 36 with a size 40; a size 40 has a different heel distance than the same shoe in size 36 because a foot size 40 is bigger/longer, and the heel will therefore also be at a different distance/height than with size 36.

When comparing shoes, it is best to see whether the heel distance is the same or whether there is a difference. When using heel distance in an equation, the most important thing to keep in mind is the following rule::

  • The shorter the heel distance, the higher/steeper the heel of the shoe feels

It can sometimes be difficult to know where to measure this distance exactly. In this more detailed explanation of the heel distance we provide more information about how and where you can measure this.

    The following image shows an example of the influence of the heel distance.
    The triangle represents the 'space between' the heel and the slope.

    • Both heels have a 10 cm heel height
    heel distance triangles

     

    Below is an example of two shoes without a platform sole, both of which have a heel height of 12.7 cm:

    distance of heels example

    The right shoe is steeper than the left shoe because the heel distance of the right shoe is smaller.

    Summary:
    If the heel distance is smaller, the slope is steeper and the angle of inclination is sharper. The heel of shoes with a smaller heel distance will therefore also feel higher.

    What is the angle of inclination

    This is the brief explanation of what the slope angle of a shoe is. If you would like to read the full explanation of all specifications, you can find it on the next page:
    Specifications explanation

    Tip: You can click on the images to enlarge them.


    The angle of inclination:

    The angle of inclination is the angle created at the transition from the slope of the insole to the flat part of the insole. The steeper the heels are/the slope of the insole is, the sharper (smaller) that angle will be.
    What we call the angle of inclination here is expressed in degreesº.

    angle of inclination

    • The heel height, platform heightwalking height and heel distance influence how steep the slope of the insole is, and therefore also influences the angle of inclination.
    • For shoes without heels, there is no angle of inclination* because your foot is laying flat in the shoes
      (*unless the front of the shoe moves upwards, in which case you actually create an angle just like with a heel, but upwards)

    The higher the walking height/heel height and the shorter the heel distance, the sharper the angle that your foot makes will be. An acute angle has a smaller º-number than an obtuse angle or straight angle (see the image below)

    The heels we sell never have an inclination angle of less than 90º because the heel will then have to be placed diagonally, and we do not sell those types of shoes
    (if they even exist at all, with the exception of these couture pieces)

    angles

     

    The angle of inclination can be calculated by measuring from:

    Point 1) where the slope of the insole goes in a straight line to point 2) the transition from the slope to the flat part of the insole, and from point 2) to point 3) the front of the flat part of the insole

    Calculating the exact angle of inclination could be a bit more complicated to do at home, but by looking at how steep a slope is and how sharp the angle is at point 2) you can fairly well estimate how steep a shoe will be (best to compare it to another shoe).
    Always view this together with the heel distance; a shorter heel distance also ensures a sharper angle of inclination.

    angle of inclination examples

    In the image above, we have shown how the angle of inclination can be calculated, if you draw a line for the slope of the sole and for the flat part of the sole, for two different pumps with the same heel height, and for an ankle boot with a platform

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    General information

    We import ordered items especially for you from our supplier in the USA; therefore the average delivery time is 1 to 1½ weeks (within the Netherlands) but this can be longer due to unforeseen reasons.

    Please note:

    • For returning (not exchanging) items that we imported for you from the USA, we will deduct €25,- import/postage/duty costs from your refund amount per item*.
      • These are the costs incurred by purchasing the items you ordered
    • We convert €15,- from that €25,- into shop credit. You will receive your shop credit by email and it can be redeemed on our website with your next order
      • your credit is valid for 12 months from the date of issue
      • your credit cannot be exchanged for (cash) money
      • If your return does not meet our return & refund conditions and we therefore apply a deducted refund in addition to the import/postage/duty costs, your right to this shop credit will lapse.

    * When returning multiple items that we have imported, we always look at the costs incurred per individual situation; the amount we deduct and the amount we convert into shop credit depends on the actual costs we have incurred.

    This applies to:
    1) cancellation of the order before it is delivered to you, but has already been purchased by us
    2) returning (part of) the order you have already received.

    This amount only covers the costs incurred for imported the items you ordered; we do not charge any cancellation fees or restocking fees ourselves.

     

    Of course we prefer not to do this, but in order to cover the unnecessary costs incurred by us and to discourage the many returns, this has unfortunately proved necessary. (think of the environment and please make sure you order the right items)

    We won't charge you these costs for a single exchange in case of a wrong size. You can read more about our return policy in our Terms and Conditions and Refund Policy.

    Contact

    Email:

    info@party-shoes.nl

    Visiting address:
    On appointment Only (Monday - Friday)!

    Kinky- & Party-shoes

    Thomas J. Witteroosstraat 18

    6827 AZ ARNHEM (NL)

     

    KvK 743 520 16 |  BTW-id NL 002 366 589 B32

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    Sizing and Dimensions

    See how you can calculate your size using a conversion table on our information page: "How do I know which size I have and which one I should order?"

    To view a conversion table and see which sizes & dimensions we use, you can use the size chart, which you can find in the following two ways:

    On every page (both on your mobile and on a computer) you can find a button for a size chart on the right side, which looks like this:Maattabel knop pagina

    On all product pages you can find the button for the table above the "Add to cart" button, which looks like this:

    Maattabel productpagina

    Our shoes and boots come from the USA and have American sizes (1 inch = 2.54 cm).
    These dimensions have been converted to the Western European size that we use in the Netherlands, Belgium and other EU countries. Our converted EU dimensions differ from those of our American supplier stated on the box. Experience shows that shoe sizes US-12 and up in particular are larger.

    Order the size you normally wear, we already take into account how a model fits (large, small or according to size). Sometimes we explicitly inform you about this in the description.

    If you are between sizes, we usually recommend rounding up the size for a closed model, such as a pump or boot. With an open model, such as a sandal or peep toes (where the toes and heel are 'open') we recommend to choose the smaller size.

    If you want to order a specific US size, please select the desired US size indicated in the sizes. We always order the corresponding US size stated; the corresponding EU size determined by us may therefore differ from the EU size stated on the box.

    Of course you can always ask us for advice about which size you need: info@kinky-shoes.nl

    If you would like to know the shaft circumference, shaft height and calf circumference of boots, you can calculate these for your size (for an explanation of how to do this; view our information page about calculating the circumference). Use the following data sheet for this:

    The Boot calf/shaft size data sheet