Shoes That Will Take You To New Heights

Above: New Insolito Terra shoes help men soar to new heights
Above: New Insolito Terra shoes help men soar to new heights

You didn’t inherit the height gene, but that doesn’t mean you can’t add a few extra inches. Eddie Lee’s new shoe line, Insolito Terra, is bringing guys a little boost through inconspicuous construction and design. But, before you panic, these shoes look nothing like those super scary stilettos that your girlfriend wears.

“What guy wouldn’t like a few extra inches?” says Lee.

The Canadian entrepreneur’s visionary new collection includes dress shoes featuring an innovative design that actually adds extra height into the heel and insole of the shoe. The invisible lift adds up to 2.6 inches of extra height and to everyone else, it looks like you’re wearing a regular shoe.

The luxury range also includes a second line that offers extra comfort with Acupressure Insole Technology (AIT). It’s a crafty shoe design that reduces pain in the back, neck, shoulders and other parts of the body. So not only are they comfortable, you don’t have to worry about sacrificing style.

Both lines come in colours like black and brown, are made from fine Italian leather and come in a variety of styles including: brogues, British inspired lace ups, monk strap shoes and loafers.

Insolito Terra shoes range from $222.99 and $249.99, and are available at: www.insolitoterra.com.

Tanya Cruz

Tanya Cruz (and no she’s not related to Penelope Cruz, although she wishes she was) is a Toronto-based writer. She originally got into the industry for her passion for television, but has now found a new love for online. She’ll write about just about anything, but usually finds herself immersed in the world of pop culture. Give her a shout out @tv_cruz.

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