Last time I gave the story of three different contacts whose main concern had been avoiding detection. I speak to loads of guys and one of the things that comes through but almost unspoken is the incredible effect that adding height can have. I asked three of my contacts to tell me what it means being taller.
One of the things that concern most guys thinking of adding height is avoiding being detected. Over the past five years, more write to me about this than anything else. Clearly, ensuring that no one will ever know is a number 1 concern.
So, I’ve done the two earlier ages, now it’s on to adding height in your 40s and beyond.
Now I have mostly bought my elevators online…in fact, what am I saying: I have ALWAYS bought my elevators online, from my 4” Ischia to my 5” Shanghai to my 6” Hong Kong. But if I had the option, in the final analysis, I would just LOVE to be able to run riot in a shoeshop and check out the whole lot
Last time, I talked about adding height at the first stage when you might wish to be taller. Your teens and early 20s. Well, by your mid to late 20s, you have kinda worked out your style (or will do fairly soon!), the way you live your life…and how that affects the way you add height, and the degree to which you do it or want to. What are the upsides and downsides of adding height in that mid 20s to early 40s period?
We don’t talk much about age and adding height. But age makes a very big difference in how you go about adding height – the way you do it and the various limitations are greater at some ages than other.
When you look at the statistics on height, you see that elevator shoes have an amazing effect on height even at the lowest level – at even just a few inches they can turn you from being shorter than average to taller. BigRob looks at some of the height situations in different countries
Well great news for all those guys whose feet are Size 46 or over (that’s 12 in the UK and 13 in the US). GuidoMaggi is now the only maker of elevator shoes that can offer you boots and shoes in sizes greater than 46
Well actually, people are not as observant about others as you might think. Out and about, people are so wrapped up in their own issues and lives that they tend not to be as observant about others’ heights etc. If this worries you about adding height, then take it slow. But do not listen to people who have never worn elevators to tell you how it all works…
It’s very easy when I write about adding height and lifestyle to overly focus on my own situation. I live in the UK, mild and temperate (usually) where there are seasons…