What Height Should you be to Consider Shoe Lifts?

July 25th, 2016 3:59 pm

Get your Add Height Insoles today, if they can help us we know these shoe lifts can help you!


The decision to use shoe lifts is a personal one, meaning there is no definitive answer to “what height should you be to consider shoe lifts?” It’s a more complicated question than that.

Reach for New Heights

The average height for men in the U.S. is a little over 5’9. The average height for women in the U.S. is about 5’4. It stands to reason that people who are “below average” height make up a good portion of individuals who consider shoe lifts.

However, shoe lift use is not strictly the domain of those of “below average” height. The real question is, are you happy with your height, and if not, would you like to do something about it?

The real motivation to use shoe lifts will come from a desire to be taller than you are. Perhaps you feel that you are short and are self-conscious about your height. Perhaps you feel like your lack of height is holding you back in social and...

Why do we Wear Shoe Lifts to Add Height?
July 14th, 2016 9:37 pm

Add Height Insoles are the industries leading height insole, with three layers of support and stability, you'll feel great and taller!

Are you curious about shoe lifts and wonder if they might be for you? There is a myriad of reasons that people choose to wear shoe lifts, but here is a selection of some of the most popular ones

Improve your Confidence

Sometimes your greatest limitations are in your own mind. If you doubt yourself or your abilities, you’ll never be able to live up to your potential. If you are self-conscious and want to add height, a couple of extra inches can discretely make all the difference in increasing your confidence.

Once you’ve boosted your confidence, the sky’s the limit in terms of personal and professional opportunity. You’ll hear from lots of people that building confidence is one of the top reasons to wear shoe lifts to add height.

Improve your Appearance

A lot of people feel more attractive when they are taller. This is in part becau...

The Ideal Amount of Height to Add with Height Insoles
July 7th, 2016 4:02 pm

With Add Height insoles, you can gain the height and confidence you deserve with our patented shoe lifts!


When someone wants to add height through the use of height insoles, one of the first thoughts that come to mind is how much height to add. There are both social and biomechanical reasons for this question, and in this post, we’ll help you gain a better understanding of how much is too much, as well as look at several of the other elements to consider when buying shoe lifts.

Three Inches Is the Max

The latest podiatric industry data reveals that walking on shoe lifts higher than three inches can change the biomechanics of how you walk. A high lift will change your strides by shortening them. It might also make you shift the weight of your body to the ball of the foot, which then throws off your center of gravity and makes it more difficult for you to balance in your shoes.

Another consideration is that having difficulty balancing can place extra strain on your back a...

Best Types of shoes to wear with Height Insoles
June 28th, 2016 5:51 pm

Add Height is a total breakthrough to help you grow taller and increase height instantly! Our revolutionary height insoles help you add height. 


 The beauty of Add Height insoles is that they are completely versatile. They go where you go, offering you comfort, support and up to a couple of extra inches in height.

When deciding which shoes to put Add Height inserts in, you need to adopt an approach that includes both fashion and function. What are some of the best types of shoes for using height insoles? Read on.

Dress Shoes

For men, adding a couple of inches when decked out in a suit to go along with their fancy dress shoes can be just the accessory you need to make a killer first impression. Whether dressing for the office, meeting or formal party inserting Add Height insoles is a discrete way to make a significant, but subtle statement with your appearance. A well-constructed leather shoe will offer a good fit, and therefore will allow you to add a good c...

How Women Can Benefit from Shoe Lifts and Height Insoles!
June 22nd, 2016 5:54 pm


The Add Height insole an all-new, exceptionally designed height insole that will deliver height, comfort and stability!

Truth be told, everyone would love to be able to change something about their self physically. There are drugs and treatments advertised offering dramatic physical changes, but are they safe and do they even work? You can try to alter yourself cosmetically, or even through plastic surgery, but there is a certain point where you’ve got to recognize the limitations of your genetics.

Or do you?

If the one thing that you’d love to change about yourself is your height, then heel lifts may be just what you’re after.


When it comes to your appearance, it is absolutely true that beauty is only skin deep. However, self-confidence, which is an intangible but essential part of your appearance, runs through to your core. If you’re self-conscious about your height, using a high-quality heel insert could be just the lift you need.


How Add Height Insoles Protect your Back
June 16th, 2016 2:13 am


Our goal at Add Height is to provide a shoe lift with an increase in height while maintaining stiffness for arch support and comfort, giving you complete functionality and stability along with the benefit of added height.

If you spend any amount of time on your feet, it doesn’t take much before you start to feel it in your hips, lower and upper back. You may be considering Add Height insoles strictly to add a couple of extra inches to your height, but did you know that there are actual benefits for your back from using them?

It’s All about Design

The very construction of Add Height insoles offers unique padding and support for your entire foot structure, all the way through to your body core. They are comprised of three layers (memory foam on top of silicone gel, on top of patent pending polyvinyl foundation) that mold and contour to your foot, providing tailored, comprehensive support. This design provides stability for your foot that extends up your legs into yo...

Does Wearing Shoe Lifts Make You Dishonest?
June 7th, 2016 1:09 am


Shoe Lifts are the next best secret, at Add Height we strive to create the ideal shoe lift on the market. Created to provide height, comfort, stability and support.

It’s a consideration that many shoe lift wearers make. What are the potential moral implications of showing yourself to be one height when you’re actually another? But when you consider the idea from other angles, you’ll see that wearing shoe heel inserts is no different than wearing any other clothing item that enhances our appearance. In this post, our team answers the question “Does wearing shoe lifts make you dishonest?"

Society Values Aesthetics

It’s perhaps sad to recognize, but society often values a person’s looks more highly than their character traits. The value we place on looks is clear in the way we spend our time getting ready for a night out or in the time we take when buying clothes. We consider the way we present ourselves carefully, to ensure we showcase our best traits when in social and...

Do Taller People Make More Money?
May 31st, 2016 5:30 pm

 Add Height insoles edge out the competition because of their multi-layered, unique designed shoe lifts that provide the wearer ultimate support, just where they need it most.

It’s a question that has long been researched by those in the social sciences field as they seek to outline the advantages that being tall has within our society. Products such as shoe lifts are constantly evolving and becoming more effective, but they weren’t always around to help. The question of whether tall people make more money than others has now been answered by the latest research, and in this post we’ll take a look at the research and provide further insights on the impact that being tall has on a person’s income.

Height Through History

It used to make functional sense that the tallest people would have the highest incomes. Taller people were stronger and were, therefore, able to work longer and lift heavier items. This meant, for example, that taller factory workers over a century ago wo...