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Sneakers's height is 5ft 8in (173 cm)

Nike Air Force One

3cm (1.18 inches)

Nike's big seller, these have thick looking soles up close but don't give as much height as they'd suggest they might, basically 1.2 inches.
Adidas Superstar 2

2.5cm (1 inch) - 2cm (0.75 inch)

A popular style, the shell toe. Brand new this sole looks to give more than what they actually give, which is really 2.5cm. But after a few weeks of wear though this sneaker becomes 2cm, or 0.75 inch.
Adidas Oregon

3cm (1.18 inches)

New, it gives about 1.25 inches. With some trainers, after a few weeks the insole kind of gets bedded in and so it settles down a few mm less than new. I've worn this pair to 4 conventions in 2006. For pic reference, those cons were these people were at: 1) Meghan Gallagher, 2) Doug Bradley, 3) Glenn Morshower
Reebock Classic

2.85cm (1.15 inches)

New they'd give more 1.2 inch, I've worn a used pair to 2 conventions. For pic reference, those cons were these people were at: 1) Lou Ferrigno, 2) Carlos Bernard.
Nike Shox NZ, Turbo OZ

3.6cm (1.41 inches)

If new out the box both these pairs gave good 1.4 inches, a few weeks of wear and for me I found they'd creeped down a little below 1.4. Absolutely my favorite type of trainer based on comfort. I've worn these to 2 conventions, for reference: 1)Ron Glass, 2)Tony Todd.
Nike Airmax 95

3.4cm (1.34 inches)

New, seemed to give about 1.35 inches.
Nike Free

2.75cm (1.08 inches)

Extremely lightweight trainer, the sole looks like it could give you more than this, but the insole is shaped slightly curved at the heel, after a few weeks drops to basically 1 inch.
Nike Air 180

2.7cm (1.06 inches)

Just over 1 inches, used to be kind of pair I'd wear every day as they seemed very comfortable. I've worn this trainer to one convention, for reference: 1) Jensen Ackles con. They dropped to about 0.98 inches by then.
Nike Airmax Ltd

3.45cm (1.36 inches)

This is kind of similar height to airmax 360, although I think gives a little more than this limited edition.
Puma Tx 300

3.2cm (1.26 inches)

I picked this pair up thinking on the size of the heel they'd give near 1.4 inches, but surprisingly not even 1.3. I have worn this pair to C11, for reference: 1) James Marsters con.
Timberland Euro Dub

3cm (1.18 inches)

The timberlands usually have a larger heel and a lesser heel, the above new gives 1.18 inches and is the lesser heel.
Adidas Samoa

2.5cm (1 in)

This is a comfy version of the shoe, gives near 1 in new, normal samoas give bit less than this.
Doc Martin Style

3.4cm (1.34 inches)

This shows a typical doc martin style boot, where the heel is cut to a standard range. Many think such a boot gives 1.5-1.6, but not really unless its got extremely thick and cushioned insole.
Crocs Cayman

2.2cm (0.87 inch)

Popular summer shoe. Concave shape so give less than an inch in reality. Ugly looking things if you ask me.
Vans Classic Slip Ons

1.4-1.5cm (0.55 inch)

The chequered style is popular. Brand New they give around 1.6cm, but after wearing 1.4-1.5cm
Converse All Star

1.6cm (0.62 inches)

I own several classics, there are some special editions. Slimline converse give the same.
Nike Shox Arraw

3cm (1.18 in)

These are not as obviously big as normal shox, they have pretty comfy insoles. brand new I measured them as 3cm, after a year they were about 1.1 inch.
Nike Street Shox V

2.1cm (0.83 in)

A low urban style of shox, nowhere near as comfy as arraws but if you want less sole this is a good trainer.
Boat Shoe

1.9cm (0.75 in)

A lot of boat shoes have pretty slim insoles, this pair is typically the style that gives about three quarters of an inch.
Merrell Fashion Trainer

2cm (0.8 in)

I've worn this shoe at quite a few conventions over 2009-2010.
Airwalk Skate Shoe

1.3-1.4cm (0.5 in)

This is a low skate style sneaker, it appears to give more height than it actually does.
Adio Skate Shoe

1.8-1.9cm (0.75 in)

Another style of skate shoes. A lot of Adios give 0.6-0.75 inch range
Caterpiller Boot

3.7-3.8cm (1.5 in)

A thick soled Cat Boot with an insole that is a few mm thick, gives in total about 1.5 inches.
Nike AirMax 360

3.5cm (1.38 in)

One of the thicker styles of Nike Running Sneakers.
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Editor Rob says on 15/Sep/14
Took the big ruler out in the shoe shop just to confirm those Desert Boots, because it is quite a typical heel and style.
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As you can see, it is a tiny bit more than 1 inch. I looked at the insole again and it felt quite thin, so I'd say just a little bit over 1 inch for them.

There are some clarks shoes that have similar 1-1.1 inch soles but have thicker insoles. I spotted 1 pair with a 1/4 inch spongy insole, so it would look like not much more than an inch, but if a celeb was wearing them they'd be like 1.3 inches.
delvin says on 15/Sep/14
how much height does van mid ellis have
JD says on 14/Sep/14
Hi Rob,
How much for The Adidas Springblade and Nike Air Max 2014 ?
Which one has gonna make me feel the tallest ? Thanks
Jeremy says on 14/Sep/14
Rob I am 5ft7 normally. How tall can I appear If I wear 5.5inch dons Detna boots?
[Editor Rob: you are going to look in public like a 5ft 10-10.5 man would. But, remember walking about in the Big Dons is going to take practice and time.]
stev says on 13/Sep/14
Thanks for that Rob, I can see the subtle difference in that pic. I have been searching for a formal shoe that is going to give the most, without wearing obvious elevators. I came across these Lambretta models in the sale, they all seem to have the same heel, do you think these are giving the usual 1.2 range? On appearance alone they are the thickest heel I have seen while still looking like smart shoes. Click Here The other 2 options are these Dr Martens, Click Here which usually have a pretty decent air insole, and these from Zara. Click Here All in the same range do you think? Thanks Rob, appreciate your keen eye here.
[Editor Rob: in the first link, yes those can give a good 1.2 to 1.3 inches, quite similar as the zara one, definitely no less than 1.2 and with a few mm insole I'm thinking near 1.3 inch]
Editor Rob says on 13/Sep/14
stev, those are typical inch styles.

here is a photo of a heel that gives just over an inch, like almost 1.2 (well about 1.2 with a 2mm insole) and the other one is near 1.5 inch
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stev says on 10/Sep/14
Hi Rob, what do you think will give the most from these casual boots? The classic clarks or Dr martens desert style? Thanks Click Here Click Here
Height181 says on 10/Sep/14
Rob you going to add Portmans or Munsters to this page anytime soon? Lol
[Editor Rob: they are so big, there'd be no space on the page for em!]
Jake S says on 9/Sep/14
Hey Rob how much does the standard doc marten (mens) boot give brand new and also used and if im 5'9''-5'10'' how tall will I be in them really appreciate this site rob :)
[Editor Rob: according to a former height expert on this site, you could go with what he says: Click Here.

Really, they are nowhere near that big, a lot of Doc Martin heels are manufactured to about 3cm...plus a little bit insole and you might get more 1.3 range than 'almost 2'. Maybe they have improved their insole lately, I've not looked at them for a while.]
Editor Rob says on 9/Sep/14
The lunar nike's do look quite thick, but near enough 1.3 I think
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MJ says on 9/Sep/14
Hey, how much do you think does the Reebok Question give?
[Editor Rob: never seen them up close, but they do look potentially quite thick, maybe even 1.5 range! If anybody can help and see a pair let us know.]
Joe says on 7/Sep/14
Rob, was thinking how the nike lunarglide 6 measure up ... this model specifically. thank you!
[Editor Rob: around 1.3 I believe]
Andrea says on 7/Sep/14
Rob, how much you think the New Balance 574 give?
I measured in shoes and without shoes and the difference was a bit under 3 cms... I thought they were over 3 cms to be fair. One thing: i've been wearing them for almost an year, but only 1-2 days a week.
[Editor Rob: the insole might be 2mm less after some wear, new, they look 3cm.]
Tom182 says on 6/Sep/14
How much do these give rob?
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[Editor Rob: in the inch range]
Barragan says on 6/Sep/14
What type of heigh insoles are the most comfortable to wear and fit well into a high top shoe without any problems? Half or Full insoles are better? Which material? Thanks Rob.
[Editor Rob: I would buy a size about half-size bigger or a looser fitting high top and try the 1-inch insoles (see amazon or ebay for basic shoe lifts). That gives you a decent enough boost and is not so difficult to walk in.]
Joe says on 6/Sep/14
Hi Rob , I was wondering about those new shoes , Nike Kaishi, the soles look pretty thick and I think they are modeled after the roshe run. how much do you think they measured? thank you

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Alex 6'0 says on 4/Sep/14
Rob, what would these give after wearing them enough where they're not new. New 1.3 seems about right. Those are the sneakers I wore when I met Khalid.

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[Editor Rob: from my own nike's I found about 0.1in loss, although I had one pair that started 0.75 and ended 0.5, but ones like yours might not lose that much, a couple mm]
unknown says on 3/Sep/14
How much height does these Nike Air Jordan 6 Air Combat shoes add?
Thanks!
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Dan 186cm says on 2/Sep/14
Hey rob,how much height would these slippers give me?

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[Editor Rob: look very near 0.75 inch]
al says on 2/Sep/14
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How much height Rob?
[Editor Rob: they look like they'd be almost an inch]
Amaze says on 2/Sep/14
Hey Rob,

How much do these Nike Air Huarache's give?

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thanks
[Editor Rob: hard to tell with that type, never seen them up close!]
fisch says on 1/Sep/14
Hey Rob, how much do these logger boots give you?
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[Editor Rob: could be near 2 inches, depends how thick that insole is.]
al says on 1/Sep/14
How much these give Rob?
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[Editor Rob: those are roughly 3/4 inch range]
stev says on 31/Aug/14
How much do you think these classic Timberland boat shoes give Rob? They look pretty thick. Thanks Click Here
[Editor Rob: look near 1.3in range ]
daniii says on 29/Aug/14
how high are air max 90's in cm? say im 173cm tall, how tall will i be with them on? Please let me know ASAP. Thank you
daniii says on 29/Aug/14
how high are air max 90's in cm? say im 173cm tall, how tall will i be with them on? Please let me know ASAP. Thank you
[Editor Rob: just over 3cm in height]
Jonathan says on 28/Aug/14
Hey, i love your site can you please tell me how much you think this shoes add
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and the general inches jordans give?
[Editor Rob: not sure of that model]
Dimes says on 28/Aug/14
Thank you Rob for helping us out here. Swear your the best.

How much would Nike Roshe Runs give?

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Again thanks!
[Editor Rob: they can give in the 1 and 1/3rd inch range]
abc123 says on 27/Aug/14
Hi Rob, how much do these doc martens give? https://dmeszqrvxc7wa.cloudfront.net/images/product/medium/15265001.l.png (the product details say extra thick sole)
and could i put a small lift inside without looking suspicious)
[Editor Rob: now those will give near 2 inches, an extra half inch insole won't be noticeable, even a 1-inch (if you bought the doc martens a half size or full size bigger) wouldn't really be spotted by most people...]
viennese says on 26/Aug/14
how about these, rob? probably a solid inch?

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[Editor Rob: yes they should give a decent inch (insole might not give much but hard to tell). Some insoles are like paper thin, others can still be 3mm once the weight of your body is on them]
Alex 6'0 says on 25/Aug/14
Rob, what do typical sandals give in height?
[Editor Rob: some can give just 0.5 inches, but a good chunk of them might be in 0.6-0.8 range, it can be hard to say without seeing them.]
Editor Rob says on 25/Aug/14
I looked at the Nike Max 2014's again and the bigger size (it was a 10UK) looked like it could give near 1.4 inches.
matty says on 23/Aug/14
Rob please can i ask which of these will give the best height 1) Click Here or 2) Click Here or 3) Click Here thanks as always.
[Editor Rob: they are all pretty close, but the turbo's could push to nearer 1.4 inches, while other nearer 1.25-3 ]
Andrea says on 22/Aug/14
Rob, how much do these things add?
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[Editor Rob: look a bit under 3 inch mark]
Alex 6'0 says on 21/Aug/14
And what about these?

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Alex 6'0 says on 21/Aug/14
Rob, what does a Nike shoe like this give. Similar style to shox but looks a bit less.

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[Editor Rob: both those styles look near the 1.3inch range new]
Mack says on 21/Aug/14
And what about adidas zx 850?
Mack says on 21/Aug/14
How much Reebok Pump Running Dual and Nike Cortez can add?
Crypto139 says on 19/Aug/14
Hey Rob how much for this one Click Here

I tried them on and I probably will buy them. They seem to give more height than any shoes I had before and more than the 7/8 inch shoes I was wearing when trying them on.
[Editor Rob: the kaishi I need to have a look at again, I don't know how much the heel dips inside it.]
Misil says on 19/Aug/14
Hello brother Rob, how much does this pair of shoes add?
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[Editor Rob: new, those can give 1.2-3 zone.]
new guy says on 18/Aug/14
Hey rob how much do zooyork skate shoes add and dc shoes
shaunfiveten says on 17/Aug/14
Hey Rob how much do these classic UK made Clarks give?

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[Editor Rob: typical inch type sole, sometimes new the insole can be a few extra mm over the inch mark]
Bran says on 16/Aug/14
Nike roshe running shoes look massive up close. Just bought a pair and compared them to my 1.3 inch nike air pegasus 89 trainers and they actually look their or there abouts at 1.5 inch, well as a size 10 anyway. Unless Pegasus give under 1.3 i couldn't see nike roche just giving 1.3 new in size 10 themselves
Nick74 says on 15/Aug/14
Hi Rob, Thanks for the advice on the Cuban Heel dress shoes, it made a real difference at the wedding I attended. You were right aswell, very few people picked up on then either. Could you advise a boot that gives 1.5 to 2 inches?. Great site as always.
[Editor Rob: well you could go for a cowboy type boot...most of them give nearly 2 inches...the ones with heels like These.

Other boots like These ones will give a bit over 1.5 inches aswell, there are other links at bottom of that page to similar timberland thicker heeled boots. That's the kind of thickness you need to get into the 1.5-1.75 inch range.]
matty says on 13/Aug/14
Rob gonna buy some nike airmax cant find any nike airmax ltd or nike airmax 95 or nike airmax 360 bUT would nike airmax 365 or nike airmaxcrusher range or even the nike air max run4lite trainers give the same sort of height? Thanks
Dan says on 13/Aug/14
Rob,if I'm 185 cm barefoot,how tall do you think I am in these boots? Because when I wear them,I don't feel that much of a big height increase. Thanks in advance.

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[Editor Rob: don't know that specific type. Similar ones can vary usually in 1-1.25 range]
JohnGB says on 12/Aug/14
Rob, do you know how much height your average dress shoes gives? I feel pretty tall in them, I think it must be somewhere close to 1.5 inches. Would be great to hear what you think.
[Editor Rob: 0.5inch is a small dress shoe, most common range is 0.75 to 1 inch, but a decent proportion are in the 1-1.25 inch range aswell. With the insole on some shoes it pushes them into that range. 1.5inch is a pretty big size and that is more like cuban-heels.]
Poet says on 12/Aug/14
Rob, i measured at 170,4 cm (if i remember correctly, 170 cm at least) with some kind of dress shoes ..
And i'm a little curious ..
I've been measured at 167,5 cm barefoot and 168 lately (i'm not sure if i've grown .. I just turned 20) But what's my height in feet and inches? Is it 5'5.75 or 5'6?
Can i get away with 5'6?
EzioAuditore711 says on 11/Aug/14
They're a size 11.5 as well. Does that increase the amount of height they add?
[Editor Rob: the moulds in some sneakers might change over a certain size, I don't know about those ones though.]
Tom182 says on 11/Aug/14
How about these Rob?
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[Editor Rob: just under the inch mark]
EzioAuditore711 says on 11/Aug/14
It does sit as high as the white part of the midsole.
[Editor Rob: if it is that high it could give 1.5, I don't think this model is in a uk shop so can't see it up close]
Lifts says on 10/Aug/14
Hi Rob, would a pair of Adidas Superstars be fine while using a one inch lift or would you recommend a mid or hi top shoe instead? I intend to progress to wearing two inch lifts eventually, by that stage would I need to be wearing mid or hi tops anyway?
[Editor Rob: I would try a high top one size or half size bigger and start with 1-inch lift in those. Find an ideal type of high top you like and then it will be easier to transition to 1.5 in the future if you can manage 1-inch ok.]
435 says on 10/Aug/14
Just to correct you, Rob : The New Balance 574's do not give as much as they seem to give. My Docs, which are proven to give 2,9cm (take a look at their homepage) give A LOT more than my New Balance sneakers, so they give an estimated 2,2cm when new, when worn for a bit,a little bit less. I might be wrong with the values, correct me if you know more than me.
[Editor Rob: last time I checked them they were over an inch new]
JD says on 10/Aug/14
Rob,
Is there a difference between the nike air Pegasus 30 and 31 ? If so, how much would you say ? Thx
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[Editor Rob: they look very similar, just a slight change in the styling of the outsole]
EzioAuditore711 says on 10/Aug/14
Is there any way to measure it? It's definitely more than an inch. Closer to two.
[Editor Rob: without seeing it, hard to really say as I would be surprised if the insole was sitting as high as the 'highest white point' of the outsole...that part would mean it was in the 1.5in range, 2 inches is a huge amount really.]
BodTheBuilder says on 10/Aug/14
Hi Rob, how much do these give? Click Here
[Editor Rob: pretty much similar to the previous one I answered...I think if you are a smaller size then these might give no more than 1.2, but bigger size 10's a bit more. I looked at these air 90's a few years ago and found a sub 9 size looked a few mm thinner than the size 10+ size.]
Cable says on 10/Aug/14
Hey there. Thanks for answering my questions Rob! I've got one last question though.. Do you think I will still grow taller? I'm 16 and 5'1. That's pretty short for my age. My parents are short too. My mom is below 5' and my dad is about 5'2-3. My other relatives are pretty normal though with their height. What do you think is the best way to grow taller? I really hate being short..
[Editor Rob: while there is still time, genetically you might just have to accept that you might not gain many more inches.

If I met you it wouldn't bother me if you were 5ft 1 or 6ft 1.]
EzioAuditore711 says on 9/Aug/14
How much height do these Adidas Howard Light give?
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[Editor Rob: never seen those up close so don't know how far the insole is. I'm not sure if it would give much more than an inch]
Cable says on 9/Aug/14
Hey rob, another question: Which Nike Air product gives more height? Thanks.
Cable says on 9/Aug/14
Hey rob, how much does Nike Air Max 90 give?
[Editor Rob: 1.2-3]
john says on 8/Aug/14
hey rob how much do these boat shoes give .75? Click Here
[Editor Rob: yes, roughly, some might have slightly thicker insoles and give a little more]
Kourosh177cm says on 6/Aug/14
Dear Rob
how much a typical dress shoes usually add to height? is it 2cm?
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[Editor Rob: those shouldn't give less than an inch, the insole will be a couple of mm and the outsole looks like your typical 1-inch heel.]
Nick74 says on 5/Aug/14
Hi Rob, Great site as ever. I wonder if you could suggest a pair of dress boots with a near 1.5 inch heel?. I am going to a wedding and dont want to feel the shortest.
[Editor Rob: this is what brad pitt has sometime wore, a dressy shoe which is flattish at front but the heel in the 4cm range, a bit like These, they will give you a solid 1.5 inches (with insole maybe a little over 1.5), it is a quite large heel compared to the normal range like 0.7-1.2 though...but then your trousers will cover most of the heel anyway so I wouldn't worry.

Look at the other ones in the bottom of the page for different styles, these will be available in American amazon aswell. I know a few guys at last wedding I was at had cuban heels just for a bit more height, but most people don't really study shoes that much.]
Tom182 says on 5/Aug/14
How about these Rob?
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[Editor Rob: near 1.3]
Misil says on 4/Aug/14
Hello brother Rob, 1more question pls. How much this give
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[Editor Rob: very close to an inch but not over it]
Bran says on 3/Aug/14
Rob, is their any trainers, like nike, addidas or something what appear to give a nice solid 1.5-2 inch without looking to big if that makes sense, and how would you get like half inch lifts and stuff; any shops or is it best to order off the internet ?, cheers.
[Editor Rob: not see any that spring to mind that give that kind of range. Just use amazon or ebay as they vary in price and size. This foam insert Here is a kind that gives in the 0.5-0.6ish range and looks more comfortable to wear.]
Dude says on 2/Aug/14
Thanks for answering Rob, just one last question, how about these.

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[Editor Rob: they look around half inch]
Misil says on 2/Aug/14
Hello Rob, how much would this shoes give cm? Thanks
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[Editor Rob: 1.2-3 range]
sajt says on 2/Aug/14
How much height would these give? Click Here
[Editor Rob: those kind of sneakers give in the 2 range, maybe a little bit over that mark.]
superboy says on 2/Aug/14
How much this gives? Thanks Rob
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[Editor Rob: side on I would have said 1.3-1.4 range, but there is a little dip in the middle of the insole so it might not give much over an inch]
Dude says on 1/Aug/14
Hey Rob, How much do you think these shoes give?
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[Editor Rob: the first one looks quite thin, like just under half inch, other one looks like it would give about half inch, without knowing how thick that insole is]
unknown says on 31/Jul/14
Rob I have a question for the aveage skate how much taller would they make you? On a side note are there any skate shoes they you recommand that gives you another inch?
[Editor Rob: not looked at that many skate shoes, most I see are 0.5-0.75 range though]
Sasha says on 30/Jul/14
whats about this sneakers,Rob.How much can they add? Click Here
[Editor Rob: not seen that flux up close, I would say roughly around the inch mark]
superboy says on 29/Jul/14
How much height does these slippers give for me? Thanks you.
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[Editor Rob: these are Sly Slippers, look like they'd give you 2 inches range!]
Sasha says on 28/Jul/14
Hey Rob,how much height nike roshe run can give?
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[Editor Rob: I had a look at them again and think 1.3-1.4 range]
delvin says on 24/Jul/14
why do converse look like they give a least a inch
[Editor Rob: the highest black line is about an inch, but the insole sits like a 1/4 inch lower and then with weight of body and the insole middle being very slightly lower you get in the 0.6-0.7 range]
Mack says on 23/Jul/14
And what about Nike Dual Fusion Run?
[Editor Rob: roughly 1.3ish]
Mack says on 23/Jul/14
Rob how much for Air Jordan 3?
[Editor Rob: just a bit over 1in]
Jack says on 21/Jul/14
Rob do you think there is anything wrong with wearing a half inch lift in shoes like converse or anything similar in profile? Its not like your really cheating height because heeled shoes/boots will give 1-1.5 inches. It would just make you as tall as you would be in say a shoe which gave you a little over an inch.
[Editor Rob: I think some people would do that, it is just making you a solid 1.1 inch shoe]
Qwerty says on 21/Jul/14
Hey Rob, how much height do you think the Nike Free 5,0+ gives?

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[Editor Rob: just under an inch, they are quite a comfy style the 5's. With previous versions though, I thought the quality wasn't that great.]
Editor Rob says on 21/Jul/14
Sometimes with womens low style footwear you can underestimate - if I saw this shoe on a celebrity I might think it's a 1/4 inch sole and maybe a few mm for the insole, but the insole sits were my thumb is, so more like 0.75 type shoe:

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unknown says on 21/Jul/14
How much these add Rob? Which give more height? Thank you.
Puma complete veris shoes: Click Here
Nike Dart 9 shoes: Click Here
Another link with the Puma shoes: Click Here
Another link with the Nike shoes: Click Here
Crypto139 says on 21/Jul/14
Ok Rob I found a site selling elevator shoes and it has a shoe with 5.5 inch height increased but how much would it really give?

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[Editor Rob: probably the same as the dons ones...about 3.8 inches]
Annnon says on 20/Jul/14
hey rob, how much height do sketchers shoes add? ive seen many with thick soles. mens of course. do u know?
[Editor Rob: there's variation in a lot, I've seen a lot of men's skechers give anywhere from 0.6 to 1.2 range.]
Norma says on 20/Jul/14
Are there any Vans trainers for women that give you an inch or more extra height? I'm 5'4", would like to look 5'5" or taller.
[Editor Rob: yes there are vans authentic platform sneakers...they do look quite thick though, but are basically your normal vans with another half inch or so]
unknown says on 19/Jul/14
Hey there Rob. I bought and started to use the Nike Overplay VIII with the 2-3cm insoles. My size is 41 but I bought size 42 shoes to fit correctly on me, and to not to cause the bulged laces effect as you wrote. You was right, with the bigger size It didnt caused any lace problems, otherwise it would have. Although the shoes became pretty uncomfortable with the height insoles in it. After a while, I could hardly, but I could figure out a good solution for that problem. I covered the uncomforable height insole with simple 0.5mm insole. And on the top of that I covered the 2 layers with the original Nike Overplay insoles which is the original insole of the shoes. So now its 3 layers, the 1st layer is the height increasing one, the 2nd is the Lacoste 0.5mm simple insoles and the 3rd is the original Nike ovreplay insole. I would like to recommend the camouflage effect given by the top layer of insoles. Always put the original shoe insole on the top of the height insoles to hide that you're using this kind of cheating :) Even if someone asks you to put your shoes off, he/she is not going to notice the height insoles, only the original simple insole is going to be seen by the person.
So thats my "brilliant" solotion for the comfort problem which I had. What do you think Rob?
[Editor Rob: yes that is a good option as at a glance it might not be that obvious if your sneakers are lying about. Whatever solution, adding a small extra insole to improve the feel is something worth trying.]
lelman says on 19/Jul/14
What do you think a pair of suede desert boots would give (Click Here)? Looks like it might be similar to the boat shoe, just under an inch, wouldn't mind if they got me up to 6ft, though!
12ac says on 18/Jul/14
Rob how much for Nike Cortez?
shabab says on 17/Jul/14
Dude how much does the new nuke nightglazers add ?
[Editor Rob: not seen them up close, but they are a thick style, maybe near 1.4 inch]
unknown says on 17/Jul/14
How much height would these Nike overplay VIII add?
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[Editor Rob: near to 1.2]
Fran says on 16/Jul/14
Hi, Rob, how much for this model of Nike Hyperdunk?

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[Editor Rob: they got to give at least 1.1 inch]
Idk says on 16/Jul/14
Hi, Rob. You said I can do some stretching to grow a little bit more than the expected. But I'm a little bit confuse, what kind of exercises? I mean: For the back, for the legs? I've searched in Internet but I don't find anything. Maybe you know about them.

Thank you very much :) !
[Editor Rob: half way down this article Here is some of the basic yoga style stretches and normal everyday stretches that most grow taller programs have.]
Sasha says on 16/Jul/14
Hi Rob, really cool site) Could you help me, how much hight can these shoe give? Click Here
[Editor Rob: wouldn't say less than an inch]
unknown says on 16/Jul/14
Hey There Rob.
I would like to ask that how much height does the Nike Overplay VIII series basketball shoes add? And my 2nd question about the shoe is that it is possible or not to put 3 cm height increasing shoe insoles into it?
These are the shoes: Click Here
Thank you.
[Editor Rob: those can give 1.2 inch, if you put a 3cm lift inside your laces area would bulge a bit, but not a great amount - if you bought the sneaker a half size bigger than normal then that might be perfect]
Somebody's Problem says on 16/Jul/14
Hey Rob for answering, really enjoy your work, and the data here.
Turns out you were right, i did grow to 5'10" ( yay? )
But i've also realized that new sneakers give more heel than the old ones.
But how long would the initial 0.62 last? some 3 months?
Anyway thanks.
[Editor Rob: the insoles of converse are pretty good I think, they should last a few months of wear before starting to lose anything - unless they get really worn or you weigh a lot...I do have one pair that is a few years old and now give 0.5 inch range, it lost a few mm.]
Crypto139 says on 15/Jul/14
Hey rob I have recently saw in ads for 12 inch high heels you know, they are huge! But do you think they really give 12 inches of height? How much would they really give?
[Editor Rob: Like these :)...they are insanely big, and potentially ankle breakers! But when described as 12 inch as that image shows, the back of the stem will measure 12 inches, but the actual height will be more in the 9.5-9.75 inch range - the platform part is about 6 inches.]
PinkFloydFanatic says on 14/Jul/14
What would these give, Rob?
Click Here
[Editor Rob: those give near to 1.3]
Reid says on 14/Jul/14
How much for Nike Air Flight 89?
https://www.google.ru/search?q=Nike+Air+Flight+89&newwindow=1&tbm=isch&imgil=0gFngkiARna6dM%253A%253Bhttps%253A%252F%252Fencrypted-tbn3.gstatic.com%252Fimages%253Fq%253Dtbn%253AANd9GcSGsTz
[Editor Rob: not sure on them, but there is a similar model that I thought was them (but turns out isn't) that gave about 1.2 inches - those look thick enough in the front part to possibly give that amount, but really not sure.]
abc123 says on 13/Jul/14
How much do these two Click Here
and Click Here give Rob? and are those shoes good to hide lifts? for example the shoe (heel+insole) should give me 3,5-4cm, would anyone notice that? and would it still be comfortable?
[Editor Rob: pretty near the inch mark...fit an inch lift inside and you can get at least 1.7-1.8 inches out of them without it being very obvious.]
Crypto139 says on 13/Jul/14
How much do both of these shoes give Rob?

Click Here

Click Here
[Editor Rob: including insole maybe near 1.1 inch, both look a 1-inch type heel]
Somebody's Problem says on 12/Jul/14
Hey Rob...
I own a pair of the Converse. I'm 14 and 1,77 for now.
If those sneakers give only 0.62 inches, how come back at school, some of my friends told me I was taller than before in just a month of recess, if I was the same height as before, and the only thing I did was get a new pair of these SAME sneakers...?
My point is: it's only 1.6cm
[Editor Rob: I've no idea, maybe you did grow a little during that time?]
Joe says on 12/Jul/14
Will nike air odyssey and nike air max 1 add the same height?
[Editor Rob: they should be really close in height]
no matter says on 10/Jul/14
What about the originals adidas superstar? Can they give as much as auperstar 2s?
Click Here
[Editor Rob: I think they're the same, brand new not that much under 1 inch but they lose about 3mm after a few weeks. To be fair, the pair I had didn't last long, it was poor design I found from Adidas on those superstars.]
Idk says on 10/Jul/14
Hi, Rob, I'm 16 too. I'm near 6'2''. Some people has said me that I will only grow an inch more, but my dream is to be 6'4''. Do you think it's possible for me to be 6'4'' or -even- 6'5'' or 6'3'' is the maximum I can reach?

Thank you very much! :]
[Editor Rob: well there is a chance. You already are quite tall, but if you want to maximise your height then eat good meals, get good sleep, just keep up exercise (even do some daily stretching) so you give your body the best chance of reaching max height (or even slightly more!)]
Joe says on 9/Jul/14
What about these nikes? How much height will they add? Click Here
[Editor Rob: close to the 1 inch mark]
Shane says on 9/Jul/14
Rob, I am 5`10.5 at 16 years old. My father is 6`1.5, while mother is 5`6. Are there any chances that I gonna be 6`1+ ? What do you think?
[Editor Rob: there is a chance yes. To maximise any growth you have left, keep sleeping well, eating big varied meals, get some exercise regularly and see what happens.]
Fran says on 8/Jul/14
How much for Duramo 6?
Click Here

Thanks! :)
[Editor Rob: in 1.1-1.2 range, the insole is like 1/3rd inch under the top white part]
Fran says on 8/Jul/14
How much for Adidas Vanquish?

Click Here
[Editor Rob: these can give between 1.2-1.3]
big john says on 7/Jul/14
I find interesting what the other user has said about the height difference.

Do you think a person whose height is 190 cm (6'3'') can shrink the whole inch?

Thanks.
[Editor Rob: it is more likely 6ft 2-4 that you will shrink a full inch (some even a bit more) than a 5ft 7-8 guy would...]
no matter says on 6/Jul/14
Rob, what do you think about adidas zx 750?
Click Here
[Editor Rob: about 1.2 range]
Tom182 says on 5/Jul/14
Hi Rob, what do you think these give?
Click Here
[Editor Rob: might be just a little bit shy of 1 inch, depends on thickness of insole]
167 says on 5/Jul/14
How much do these give Rob?
Click Here
[Editor Rob: those shoes look a classic 1 inch type sole plus a little insole, they might be 1.1]
tuite says on 4/Jul/14
hi rob how would you say looking the pic. the guy with the white shirt is my buddy and next to him its me , he is a strong 511 how much diference can you see in the pic with me?

https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=1078255719259&set=pb.1312243617.-2207520000.1404501174.&type=3&theater
i'm short says on 4/Jul/14
Hello, Rob. What is the height difference between you wake up and you go to sleep?
Some people says me near 0.7 inch and other people have said me that they have measured a difference of 1 to 1.2 inches.

Thank you, Rob :)
[Editor Rob: about 0.7 inch is very common, mine is near that. 1 inch is a bit more than average. The longer your spine the more chance you could shrink in the 1 inch range.]
Hamburger says on 3/Jul/14
How much for Adidas Rose Away? Thanks Rob.

Click Here
[Editor Rob: really not seen those up close, they look a bit over an inch though]
Chris says on 1/Jul/14
How much height do Converse All Star Chucks lose after some time of wearing? I'm 182 cm barefoot, do they still take me up to a legit 6 ft?
[Editor Rob: I think they are pretty hard wearing, the insole doesn't really sink that much and the rubber sole itself is hard wearing...I have a pair 3 years old and they aren't much less than new, maybe between 1-2mm]
Tomcat1992 says on 30/Jun/14
Tomcat1992 says on 29/Jun/14
Hey Rob! How much for that style of timberland:
Click Here

Thanks in advance!
[Editor Rob: about 0.8 inch ]

This shoe gives as much as a desert boot or less?
[Editor Rob: a little bit less than those desert boots]
Tomcat1992 says on 29/Jun/14
Hey Rob! How much for that style of timberland:
Click Here

Thanks in advance!
[Editor Rob: about 0.8 inch ]
Destiny says on 28/Jun/14
Good night, Rob, how much for Nike Revolution 2?

Click Here
[Editor Rob: they can give near 1.2 inch]
Fran says on 26/Jun/14
Wow, amazing webpage. How much for Nike Hyperfuse?

Click Here
[Editor Rob: look in 1.3 inch range]
Steezy says on 22/Jun/14
Hey rob I couldn't see the response on my previous post, I'd really appreciate a response. Thanks.
[Editor Rob: they can give close to 1.4 inches new]
PinkFloydFanatic says on 22/Jun/14
Rob, how much height do you reckon these would give? Thanks in advance.
Click Here
[Editor Rob: those look like about half inch at most]
Nick74 says on 21/Jun/14
Hi Rob, Thanks for the info on the Timberlands. Is there any boot that gives 1.5 inches in height that is available on a cheaper budget?
[Editor Rob: This type or Cat styles can give very near 1.5 inches]
GreyGoose says on 20/Jun/14
GreyGoose says on 16/Jun/14
Hei Rob! How much for Nike Lunar? And For Nike Pegasus 29? Please answer! I have to choose between them :)
[Editor Rob: there doesn't look much between them, you aren't really going to notice 1/8th inch, choose whatever feels and looks better to you!]

Thanks Rob! Can you tell me how much height for these different pair of shoes? Thanks!!
[Editor Rob: they are very close to 1.3 inches, the pegasus really could edge by a very slightly amount]
nick says on 20/Jun/14
Rob what about this Adidas? How much inches? It looks like very thick though. Thanks in advance
Click Here
[Editor Rob: never seen that model up close, but from similar models, the outside looks thicker than how high the insole actually sits. I'd guess those were more around 1.25 inch range.]
rick says on 18/Jun/14
Hey rob, what are the most stylish sneakers/boots that would add the most height? Im certainly using Nike air max 90s mid.
steezy says on 18/Jun/14
hey rob how much height do these timberlands give?
Click Here

Thanks in advance.
Boo says on 17/Jun/14
What do you think of this type of brogues Rob? Click Here

Thanks
[Editor Rob: probably 1.1 as I doubt the insole is micro thin]
delvin says on 17/Jun/14
hi ron can you please add on nike free trainer 3.0
GreyGoose says on 16/Jun/14
Hei Rob! How much for Nike Lunar? And For Nike Pegasus 29? Please answer! I have to choose between them :)
[Editor Rob: there doesn't look much between them, you aren't really going to notice 1/8th inch, choose whatever feels and looks better to you!]
paul says on 15/Jun/14
Now Rob how much height would these shoes give?

Click Here

Thank you!!
[Editor Rob: if size 9-10 then about 1.3]
John P says on 13/Jun/14
hey rob how much do these shoes give? Click Here
[Editor Rob: near to 1.3 ]
Dolly says on 13/Jun/14
Hey Rob,

Nike AirMax 90 and AirMax 180, which pair of shoes give a higher sole? Your Nike Air 180 picture above shows a 2.7cm sole height but it looks like a pair of AirMax 180 to me, while the Nike AirMax 180 picture doesnt look like AirMax 180 to me so I am a little bit confuse. I would like to buy the pair of Nike AirMax shoes which make me look the tallest. Thanks;)
[Editor Rob: oh it should be air max 360, I will update that bit at the bottom...the 360's give a decent amount in the 1.3 inch range, the 180 on this page was a great sneaker, I wore it for a couple of years but the quality wasn't that great and they wore down fast!]
Wesley says on 12/Jun/14
Click Here rob, would you say these give the same height as a pair of air maxes?
[Editor Rob: I don't think they give over an inch]
Lars says on 10/Jun/14
If someone is measured at 174,5 cm, is it fair to put him/her at 5'8.75?
I think 5'8.5 is too low for that measurement ..
What do you think?
[Editor Rob: yeah that is perfectly fine.]
marcya says on 8/Jun/14
How about nike roshe run? And nike free + 3? :)
J.J. says on 8/Jun/14
@Rob how many inches will this shoe add to my sister's height:
Click Here
[Editor Rob: those should give near 5 inches, the platform is big enough to make them close to that mark.]
neffa says on 7/Jun/14
rob my gf is 1,60 mt tall. Yesterday she wore this kind of shoes and she looked around 1,73 mt (5'8):

Click Here

with this shoes on, someone can became 5'' taller or i failed my gf estimate of height?
[Editor Rob: I don't think they would give 5 full inches, but definitely 4 inches]
Crypto139 says on 7/Jun/14
Click Here

What about these in a size 11.5 US?
[Editor Rob: could be about 1.3 inches]
arthur says on 3/Jun/14
Rob how much difference my friend has on me?
Click Here
[Editor Rob: looks near 2 inches taller, although if he has less footwear maybe more]
sean5 says on 3/Jun/14
Click Here
[Editor Rob: bit over an inch ]
Crypto139 says on 1/Jun/14
Also rob how much would these shoes give?

Click Here
[Editor Rob: a bit under an inch, unless a thick insole then possibly an inch, but I would say a few mm under that]
Crypto139 says on 1/Jun/14
Click Here

Now Rob how much height would these shoes give. They seem to give quite a bit based on someone I know wearing them.
[Editor Rob: those should give in 1.3 range, if the insole is good maybe even a tiny bit more]
Martin says on 1/Jun/14
Hi Rob, how much would these shoes from DIESEL add?Click Here
Thanks for the help!!!
[Editor Rob: look a 1.25 heel]
delvin says on 1/Jun/14
i'm pretty sure converse all star gives at least 2 cm
sean5 says on 31/May/14
Please could I have your guess on the 1987 nike high ac delta force trainers?
[Editor Rob: a bit under an inch, more 0.7-0.8]
Josh says on 31/May/14
How much the Stefan Janoski Max add?
Click Here
[Editor Rob: not sure on those ones, never seen them up close, they look almost an inch though]
anon says on 31/May/14
Hi rob,
how much Men Nike Air Jordan Hydro 2 Slippers add?
and what is the best adder Slippers?
Thanks!!!!
anon says on 30/May/14
Click Here

website says 1.25", but it appears smaller than that
[Editor Rob: some of these soles will be that thick, but because they are concave they are like 0.4-0.5 inch smaller]
anon says on 30/May/14
Click Here
anon says on 30/May/14
Click Here
[Editor Rob: depends on how much the insole gives, new I think they are close to 0.9 inch]
anon says on 30/May/14
Click Here
anon says on 30/May/14
Click Here
[Editor Rob: look around inch styles]
anonymous says on 29/May/14
today i check my blazer's heel and i notice it give 1,5CM in height. Does it result to you, rob?
I wore it since 3-4 months so perhaps the soles are lower than the top...
[Editor Rob: might have lost 2mm, but 0.6ish range yeah]
Josh says on 28/May/14
Rob could you recommend a business type shoe that adds over 1.2 inches?
[Editor Rob: over that they start to look more clunky and thick]
CAS says on 27/May/14
How much do nike air pegasus add
Alex says on 27/May/14
Hey Rob. Could you help me? how much can this shoe add( in cm please) Click Here
[Editor Rob: there's a lot of different ones on the page, but those types can give about 0.6-0.7 inch]
Crypto139 says on 27/May/14
Rob, how much would these shoes add?
Click Here

In a men's 11.5 USA size to be exact. Just curious as a friend wears these and they seem to give more than his converse.
[Editor Rob: yeah they should give a third of an inch more than the converse, close to 0.9, maybe 1 inch if the insole isn't paper thin and is 2-3mm]
Sean5 says on 26/May/14
I've been trying to post a hyperlink text that gets you to the image but it won't let me, it says that I'm advertising or something although for other users they seem to have no problem posting their image?
[Editor Rob: can you copy the link into the box on http://bitly.com and then past the shortened link into the comment?]
Quill says on 25/May/14
How much would something like this add?

Click Here
[Editor Rob: probably three quarter inch, not more than that anyway.]
abc123 says on 22/May/14
Hello Rob, what about adidas ZX Flux? Click Here
[Editor Rob: never seen them, they are being rerelased I take it...look no more than 1 inch and probably a little under the mark.]
Victor says on 18/May/14
Hi Rob, which specific dress shoes and flip flop brand/model would give the most boost?
Crypto139 says on 18/May/14
Also Rob I have a question how much height will these shoes add to a woman?

Click Here

Just curious, as I know women that wear these shoes.
[Editor Rob: ones in that style can give 0.5-0.6 range typically]
John P says on 17/May/14
Hey rob how much do you think these shoes give? Click Here
[Editor Rob: never seen them up close, but looking at them there, I think they are under an inch near 0.75 inch]
ItalianSailor says on 17/May/14
Rob! Reading all the posts I got very uncertain about which sneakers to buy for summer. I read NewBalance574 is the thicker; but I read also about AirForce1, Nike Lunar and Airmax..I usually use a 2cm insole to comfort my feet so what's your advice about my situation? which sneakers I have to buy? Thank you mate!
[Editor Rob: some sneakers fit different feet better, unfortunately it is hard to say which I would recommend as from trying them all on, the Lunar actually felt a good fit and the airmax I think needed a bit more 'wearing in' for my feet.

Air Force 1 I had a pair and didn't think they were that great, donated them ]
Sean5 says on 16/May/14
With sneakers/normal dress shoe would you say the average would be 1.25"?
[Editor Rob: nah, that'd be too much, a 1.25 dress shoe is pretty big, a lot are between 0.7 and 1.3.

When you get into skate shoes or vans/converse/low fashion sneakers you get more 0.5-0.6.]
Bran says on 16/May/14
Hi Rob im going to a wedding soon and have to get some shoes, im thinking of cubans, do they generally give over an inch, thank you.
[Editor Rob: they could give around 1.5...it might not seem much but it can make your posture a little nore upright aswell]
Stevie says on 16/May/14
Rob: Nike Roshe Run?????
[Editor Rob: they are in 1 and 1/3rd range]
lol93 says on 15/May/14
Rob what about the shoes I posted? thanks
lol93 says on 13/May/14
What about these Rob how much you think they give?
Click Here
AndyBg says on 12/May/14
Goodmorning Rob what's the best "adding-height" between Nike Lunar and Airmax1? Please answer me!!!
[Editor Rob: there doesn't really look much between them, certainly talking a few mm, but choose whatever is most comfiest is what I say.

Absolutely no point in wearing sneakers that cause you foot problems or rub or give you a blister just because 'they look good'.]
Alex says on 12/May/14
Hi Rob, do you know whether the air max 90 hyperfuse gives as much as the original air max 90? They look a bit thinner and more streamlined or are they the same? Thanks.
[Editor Rob: not sure on the hyperfuse, but I just think the outside has more rubber and the actual height is similar to the older ones.]
GreenBoy says on 12/May/14
Hey Rob :) how much does Reebok leather vintage give? thank you very much.

Click Here
[Editor Rob: typical near 1.2 inch]
tim says on 10/May/14
Click Here
Here is a link, how much would you say they give?
[Editor Rob: in the half inch range, not that much...they might start a little thicker but around that 0.5 mark I'd say]
Boo says on 9/May/14
Hi Rob, what do you think on these latest diesel model?

Click Here

Thanks
[Editor Rob: look pretty thick, possibly 1.4-5]
dave says on 9/May/14
hey how much does superfeet green insole give u have any idea?
Smithe626 says on 5/May/14
Write more, thats all I have to say. Literally, it seems as though you relied on the video to make your point. You obviously know what youre talking about, why throw away your intelligence on just posting videos to your site when you could be giving us something enlightening to read? fgefefggdgekegeb
AndyBg says on 5/May/14
Hey Rob!! How are you? I would like to ask you which is the best sneaker to add more height between Nike RosheRun and Nike Airmax90?? Thankss
[Editor Rob: they are both pretty thick, 1.3 range, hard to see much between em]
tim says on 3/May/14
Hey rob, how much would you say these shoes give after being worn a few weeks with the weight of a 200lb person on them? Its the DC brand Men's court graffik shoes, I wasn't sure how to post a link.
tim w says on 3/May/14
How much height would you say a DC brand skate shoe adds, particularly the court graphic model?
I went to the doc and they had me measure with shoes on and told me they'd take off a full inch to get my height, they said 5'11.75 but I didn't get to ask if that was before or after subtracting the inch.
spoty says on 3/May/14
These suggest to give 4 cm, do they really? Click Here
[Editor Rob: I think the insole probably sits at the line joining the two parts of the heel, maybe 3cm]
Stefe says on 3/May/14
Do you know howmuch the nike stefan janoski air max gives?
Andrea says on 3/May/14
Brand new, how much you think they give? They really don't give more than 2.8-2.9 cms "today"...
[Editor Rob: they definitely look in 1.2 inch range or 3-3.1cm new]
BigBangBoong says on 2/May/14
Hey Rob the AirMax 90 looks the best to give extra heights is it right?
Andrea says on 2/May/14
Rob, if i'm not wrong, you said these sneakers give something like 1.2 inch:
Click Here
I've been wearing them for almost 2 years everyday, is it possible they can "shrink" after a while? I measured myself with and without sneakers and the difference was just under 3 cm...
[Editor Rob: yes the insole can lose a couple of mm in many sneakers.]
Crypto139 says on 30/Apr/14
Hey Rob how much does a Nike Air Visi Pro IV give? They are basketball shoes.
meho says on 30/Apr/14
Does anyone know how much taller the Nike Air Max 2014 Running Shoes will make you?
Aperson says on 29/Apr/14
What about the reebok zig shoes
joe says on 29/Apr/14
And what about these? Click Here Click Here
[Editor Rob: don't know what the inside of those are like, they appear like your typical converse type, but it is possible they give a bit more than 0.6, like 0.7-0.8....]
Riidd says on 29/Apr/14
How about nike roshe run?
[Editor Rob: they look in 1.3 inch range]
joe says on 28/Apr/14
Click Here what would these add?
[Editor Rob: they look almost an inch]
NangaParbat says on 25/Apr/14
Hey Rob I have 2 questions for you: I want to buy a new pair of sneakers for summer, which adds more height between: NewBalance574, Nike OG Superior and Nike RosheRun?
The second question is: I bought on the net these lifts:

Click Here

I use only the "3.5cm part" but it seems giving to me only 1,5 cm more than my normal height, why? using smaller lifts sometimes seems to me to be/to walk taller than when I use big lifts..can you explain me please? thank you very much...greets from italy!
[Editor Rob: the roshe and NB are pretty similar I feel, I can't explain your lift problem - the 3.5cm one should give you maybe 2.5-3cm, the smaller one near 1.5cm...]
Boo says on 15/Apr/14
I like those cat boots too Rob, looking for something in that style with a solid insole. My last choice would be these, what do you think Rob, same as the other Dr Martens? Click Here

Thanks
[Editor Rob: with insole a bit over the inch zone]
Kourosh177cm says on 15/Apr/14
Hello Rob, can you tell me how much these would add? thanks alot
Click Here
[Editor Rob: brand new I think they would give a solid inch, but after a while might dip a tiny bit shy once insole thins out]
Boo says on 15/Apr/14
How much for these Cat boots do you think Rob?

Click Here

Thanks
[Editor Rob: not so sure on how high the insole is on that type. My guess would be a little shy of 1 inch, I like that kind of boot more than the big cat boots.]
Taj says on 15/Apr/14
Palladiums. How much height do these normally give? They look somewhat low.
[Editor Rob: not sure which one you mean, there are a few types of those boots]
SAK says on 14/Apr/14
Would these give around 3cm/1.2"? Thanks in advance.
Click Here
[Editor Rob: yeah roughly that range, I think I had those in my hand the other day]
abc123 says on 12/Apr/14
Hey Rob, is there a big sneaker heel height difference between a us size 6, 6,5 or 7?
[Editor Rob: not really, but I noticed on some brands say a size 7 versus a size 9-10, there was a 2-3mm difference - as if the manufacturing changed the thickness of the shoe for sizes above 8! It was nike air styles I noticed it on.]
Bran says on 11/Apr/14
Cheers Rob, i believe using older insoles is a cheap way for people wanting to gain abit of height rather than buying a half inch lift or something, and do things like air max 1 and 90's really give a difference from each other, as i would guess they both look 1.3 inch ish.
[Editor Rob: sometimes old insoles can squish to nothing though! Some gel insoles for running and just orthopaedic type can give 1/4 inch. My sister was doing running recently and found she needed an insole to help and hers is like a fraction of an inch.]
Editor Rob says on 11/Apr/14
I had a look at those Nike Roche again and definitely look a good 1.3 inch style, as do the New Balance 574 range, the insole might lose 3-4mm after a few months with those ones though.

All heights are barefeet Estimates, derived from quotations by celebrities, official websites, agency resumes, actors I've met at conventions and pictures/films.

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