We asked some of the world’s top experts to pick the best and worst heelers for the modern heeler.
The list includes Tom Ford, Adidas, and Nikes, but the shoe that got the most attention from experts is the Adidas Hennessey Stance.
Hennessey has long made shoes that are great for heelers and have been a favorite for a long time.
Their Stance, released in 2007, was the first of a slew of new, athletic shoes for the brand.
It was a classic that was designed with heelers in mind, but it also offered some practicality.
Hennesseys first shoe, the Stance 2, featured a flexible rubber heel and rubber soles.
That first shoe was a hit, but there were complaints about the weight of the shoes and how much it weighed.
It also didn’t have a “pivot” mechanism to make it easier to pivot from heel to toe.
Hesays next shoe, which it released in 2012, was called the Stake and it had a similar style to the Stances previous shoes.
However, the stance had a new pivot system that let it pivot into either heel or toe position.
So instead of just being able to choose from either heel and toe, you could actually switch between them at will.
The Stake was an instant hit, and Hennesys first shoe had a whopping $300 price tag, which is why it still makes up a majority of all sales for the company.
Today, Hennesy’s Stance is still considered one of the best heelers on the market.
However this shoe is far from perfect.
The shoes are still expensive and they don’t offer many practicalities like a pivot mechanism or a removable strap.
Still, the shoes have been hugely popular and have seen many high-profile sneaker releases.
The Adidas Stance X has also become a huge hit with sneakerheads, selling out in seconds.
If you’re looking for a more practical shoe for the same price, look no further.
Source: Tom Ford