Monday, November 23, 2015

Transformer Shoes

The Camileon Heel is just the shoe every city girl has ever dreamed of! These transforming shoes have adjustable heels so you can always be comfortable. 

You look smashing in those pumps -- they absolutely make the outfit... but after trudging around the mall for hours, or downing one too many with good ol' Captain Morgan, those extra four inches are getting to be quite a pain -- literally. You need the Camileon Heel. 

Implications - The adjustable heel will make any night out easier as it's possible for the heels to adjust from almost 4 inches to a 1.5-inch low-heeled shoe which will make the walk home from the bar that much more comfortable.

Friday, November 20, 2015

It's A Flat And A Heel! Would You Wear These Strange, Adjustable Shoes?


It's hard to argue with style & comfort, but adjustable heels ? We need a time-out. But really, it's true: Niche footwear brand Camileon Heels offers "revolutionary heel technology" that allows you to go from comfy-commuter-low to cocktail-hour-high in three simple steps – allegedly. Billed as the "first shoe that transforms from a high-to-low heel in seconds," (yes, there's a video...see below) we'll admit that we've got our doubts about accessories with accessories, but their clientele seems happy. Really happy, judging by the testimonials on their homepage:

"I recommend highly and the shoe is worth the price. In fact I am ordering the shoe in brown." 

Another devotee asks, "May I do house parties to sell for you?"

A third shopper gushes, "I am now waiting for my black pair to arrive."

Well, with raves like that, who are we to argue?

A revival of their "classic" line from all the way back in 2007, Camileon is letting you snag a pair of these versatile shoes on their e-commerce site – but only for a limited time. The simple designs come in black, neutral, and red, and will run you from $99 to $129. Not too bad for a new pair of heels, but then again, they're not exactly Louboutins, are they?

It's definitely better than a pair of flip flops in your purse, but we're not totally sold on the concept of snap-on heels. What do you think? Cool shoe technology, or sidewalk face-plant waiting to happen?