My Shoe Lifts Opens Up On Why Most Celebrities Tend To Wear Shoe Lifts

by Alex Smith expert

CA, US (September 24, 2017) - Many famous celebrities look taller than they actually are, at least in the photo sessions and red carpet events. Stars like Robert Downey Jr. and Tom Cruise are often suspected to wear height increasing insoles for gala events, to look taller than their co-stars – male and female. Even female celebs are not averse to wearing them. Renowned shoe lifts provider My Shoe Lifts has recently opened up on why most celebs tend to put on shoe lifts.

As the spokesperson for My Shoe Lifts puts it, height discrimination is common even in the 21st century. The society expects men to tower above men in physical stature, and celebs are expected to look the best and in taller stature at all times. Thus, even some of the most recognizable leading men in showbiz can be often spotted in height lift soles.

Celebrity men and even women often need lifts for apparent height increase to ‘look the part’ in movie or TV roles as well. Where mere talent is not enough, and stature matters as well, insoles such as the ones offered by My Shoe Lifts can do the trick.

It is impossible to become taller after puberty, and although surgeries and other techniques lengthen the bones these are regarded as unsafe in the long term. Thus, height increasing insoles are the safest and most practical options for both sexes.

About My Shoe Lifts:
My Shoe Lifts is a maker of superior hidden shoe lifts, which are the right choices for men who like to look taller in a practical and safe way. Its lifts do not affect the health and comfort of the feet, back or knees.

For more details and further enquiries, please visit

Media Contact:
Name: My Shoe Lifts
Owner: Ryan Hall
Phone: (760)535-0555
Address: 1838 Fairway Circle Dr, San Marcos, CA 92078, United States.


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