Shoes with removable heels created
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Shoes with removable heels created

Created shoes with replaceable heels. Now you can not be afraid to break the heel or buy too high (low) shoes. Day2Night Convertible Heels is perhaps the first shoe in the world with a removable heel. The company that created them believes that they came up with the perfect new shoes that can be worn all day. If work often requires you to stand on your feet, then you can choose a low heel, and for an evening out high. 

The height is from 3,8 to 8,9 cm, and changing one heel to another is incredibly simple - they are twisted because they contain threads inside. This method of fastening gives revolutionary shoes special stability. Manufacturers claim that they mercilessly tested their new shoes in a variety of conditions, under different loads and weather, to create the most durable shoes.

Currently, the cost of shoes with a removable heel is more than 12 000 rubles, which can not be called an affordable price. But, firstly, these shoes successfully replace several pairs at once. And secondly, at first, any innovation is expensive. As soon as the production of such shoes becomes popular, we can expect that their price will decrease, reports delfi.lt 

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