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    Hi,

    When you wear 4" heel with 1" platform ... how is it different from 3" heel?
    I normally wear 3" heel ... today I try 4" heel with 1" platform, even it's comparable to a 3" heel ... it's kind of insecure ... maybe those are not for me?

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    Default Re: 4" heel?

    Well there is a platform, so that makes the walking surface less stable. I don't think there is any different in rise though between a 3" and 4" heel (w/ platform).

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    Default Re: 4" heel?

    I think wearing a taller shoe puts your center of weight slightly higher and it may feel a little bit more insecure. The pitch at which your foot rests is not different.
    "If you haven't got it. Fake it! Too short? Wear big high heels, but do practice walking!" —Victoria Beckham

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    Default Re: 4" heel?

    It's a matter of getting use to it .

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    Default Re: 4" heel?

    If you have had any history of lower back pain i would stay away from such high heels. The higher the heel, the center of gravity of your body shifts to maintain balance...it just puts that much more strain on your lower back.
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