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Shoes hurting...

S: 23st10lb C: 17st0lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 39.6 Loss: 6st10lb(28.31%)
#1
Sounds like a strange topic i know but once youve lost quite a bit of weight do some shoes still hurt as bad? Namely heels obv, was just wondering as there wouldnt be as much weight or pressure on the foot. If im daft then tell me but im always curious :D

Lisa xx
 
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JimmyShoo

Silver Member
S: 14st9lb C: 10st9lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 25.6 Loss: 4st0lb(27.32%)
#2
Ha Ha its bizarre you should ask this question because i went out last night with hubby and some friends for a birthday celebration and i wore 4 inch heels with a sight platform at the front. I danced all night and my feet were fine. Six months ago i would have been in agony with sore achy feet.

x
 

soozsb

Xmas goal, here I come!
S: 16st0lb C: 14st8lb G: 12st6lb BMI: 38.5 Loss: 1st6lb(8.93%)
#3
I would think it depends on your foots conditioin. I have slightly flat feet, so since I've lost weight i can last longer in thicker heels but still cannot wear thin heels and my feet and knees hurt a lot less.
 

misspinkkat

Can hug her knees :)
S: 16st12lb C: 12st13lb G: 10st7lb BMI: 30.1 Loss: 3st13lb(23.31%)
#4
Good question :)
I need to buy all new part shoes as my feet have shrank and they are all too big :( xx
 

Lizzylocket

Winning a losing battle!
S: 16st9lb C: 13st11lb G: 12st7lb BMI: 33.1 Loss: 2st12lb(17.17%)
#5
I find that I can last much longer in shoes that previously would have been off within 5 minutes!
 

Guru

Silver Member
S: 22st10.5lb C: 19st1.5lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 41.9 Loss: 3st9lb(16.01%)
#6
Definitely! I find the gel pad insert things help too ;)
 

Loser85

Gold Member
S: 23st10lb C: 17st0lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 39.6 Loss: 6st10lb(28.31%)
#7
Haha never thought id see that anywere Guru! From previous experience the gel things are rubbish. I hope heels will be comfier for me as i cant wait to be able to show off my slimmer legs :D
 

Guru

Silver Member
S: 22st10.5lb C: 19st1.5lb G: 10st0lb BMI: 41.9 Loss: 3st9lb(16.01%)
#8
oOOo no I bought a pair of the gel things for an event I went to recently and wore heels all night with no problems. They really helped!
 

Loser85

Gold Member
S: 23st10lb C: 17st0lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 39.6 Loss: 6st10lb(28.31%)
#9
Hmm will maybe have to try gel thingys again once some of my bulk drops off. (lovely imagery there!) Thing is its not like i want to live in heels at goal just to be able to wear them as and when i want and not worry about being crippled after 20 mins!
 

AlexIce

Silver Member
S: 160kg C: 147kg G: 100kg BMI: 47.9 Loss: 13kg(8.11%)
#10
I wore heels today for the first time in years - ok so they weren.t stiletto type thin heels but they were higher than anything Ihave worn in donkeys and I enjoyed it and they didn't hurt.
 

MinnieMel

Why Be Normal?
S: 192lb C: 192lb G: 138lb BMI: 33 Loss: 0lb(0%)
#11
I got the biggest giggle this morning when my 10 year old went to school dressed as a Victorian party goer (per her class's instructions for Victorian day). She headed out the door tottering on her high heels, and when she got to the edge of the driveway where it is sloped, she asked me to come out and hold her hand to walk her down to the pavement! I told her that if she found it too much -- she could take the plimsoles out of her PE Kit and wear those.

MM
 
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Elvira

Mistress of the Dark
S: 21st4lb C: 16st8lb G: 12st0lb BMI: 37.4 Loss: 4st10lb(22.15%)
#12
When I lost the weight before (7st) , I could wear all my lovely heels no problems. Now I have gained some of it back, I can't wear them as they hurt. So in my case, being lighter eliminated the pain! x
 


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