Hand Made Shoes

100% Hand made & hand crafted originals

“I believe what sets me apart from others is that my insert is made from polyurethane rubber and will never squish down. Other manufacturers (90 percent of elevator shoes makers are based in China) use ethylene-vinyl acetate foam, which will squash down after a few days, making the shoes less comfortable and the wearer lose the height boost.

Some say they just use them because it helps them fit in with the rest of the world; some guys just use them for their wedding, as their bride is wearing high heels and they want everything perfect for the photo. Some use it to get noticed at the bar. I think a lot of guys use them because it helps them further their career. For some, these shoes are an important part of their lives.”
 

Hand crafted elevator shoe.

 

 

The photo galleries show the true representations of our range of elevator shoes. For every shoe there are multiple photographs taken from different styles and materials.  You can see yourself the precision quality of stitching, high quality leather, and care that has gone into each and every shoe. Handmade height increasing shoes honed to perfection by skilled craftsmen. My pledge to you is Total Customer Satisfaction.

Why should you choose Don’s Footwear as your hand made elevator shoe provider?

  • I do not sale insole inserts.
  • These shoes are my original creations and are 100% handmade.
  • I personally oversee the full shoe life cycle from concept to production.
  • Only quality real leather is used
  • No drops of glue or loose threads.
  • Substandard materials are not accepted on my shop floor.
  • Don’s Footwear is the one and only high-end elevator shoe website.
  • I have been in this business for 7 years
  • Up to 5 inch elevator shoes available.

 

Hand made elevator shoe. The making of an Elevator Shoe

These shoes are my original creations and are 100% handmade.

Did you know that between 200-250 operations go into the proper construction of an Italian standard height increasing shoe on the welt principle? By this I mean the careful stitching of leather upper to the leather sole, as distinct from any of the grossly inferior glue or cementing process.