Christian Louboutin Hot Chick 130mm

If you know Christian Louboutin shoes, especially the pointy toe styles like Pigalles or So Kate’s, the heel will go as tall as 120mm. They have no platform and your entire foot is practically touching the ground. This makes it “uncomfortable” for people to wear, or if they do, they normally wear them out to dinner or to “sit down” events.
Now I’m not going to lie to you and tell you that they don’t hurt. Matter of fact, all heels are uncomfortable if you wear them long enough. Sure, I have heels that are about 100mm that are more comfortable than others and that I could wear for longer than 4 hours. I also have higher heels, even as high as 160mm that I will wear for just as long, but they tend to have a pretty thick platform which is why it makes it easier to walk in them. It all depends on the shape of the shoe, how thin or thick the heel is, platform or no platform, the shape of your own foot, the arch of your foot, long toes or short toes and many other factors.
I saw a picture of the Christian Louboutin Hot Chick shoes on their Instagram page a few weeks ago. The heel looked taller than the usual 120mm pigalle. Simply for that fact alone I knew I had to get them. Will I wear them to run errands or walk around town? No. But they are beautiful; they are different; they are taller than usual and that makes it a collection piece to me.
Keep in mind once again that your entire body weight is being pushed down to the tips of your toes. So your entire foot is also sliding at the very front of the shoe, leaving this way a bigger space than usual in the back. This only happens when you either start standing for a while, or when you start walking. But do not worry, your shoe won’t come off and you won’t feel like you are dragging your feet and your shoes when you wear them.
Cheap Christian Louboutin sales rep recommend that you do not wear these shoes out but rather get them as a collection piece, or simply to wear inside the house. I can understand why they tell their customers that. They are hard to walk in. If you are not used to high heels in general, it would be difficult to walk in them. Your ankle may feel like it will literally break in half. So I don’t recommend purchasing them unless you are truly comfortable in heels!

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