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Most restrictive / Hardest to walk in shoes?

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We've all seen ballet boots / heels, and a few varieties of heelless footwear. But what shoes do you think would be perfect for that "you cannot walk" selfbondage or supervised bondage session? Maybe some that either cause too much pain or just make you think twice about trying to stand up. I have a few pairs of ballet heels and I'm very seasoned in them already. So I guess the most difficult is becoming too easy.
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How about ballet boots without a heel?

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Similar ones have been in my shopping cart for so long. I've been waiting for an excuse to buy them. It feels like those are Hard Level walking. But if there's Expert Level, I'd want those instead. :)
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davisev5225 wrote:How about ballet boots without a heel?

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I have wedge-style ballet-boots and also a pair similar to the ones above and i find them actually easier to stand in than those with normal heels...
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how about a heelless model?
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another option might be to extend the heels, so that balancing on them becomes impossible...
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Or you can put thumb nails pricked in cardboard at the place of the heel. Thus you must keep your heels up without support if you do not want to be in pain. The thickness of the cardboard determines how brave you are. :twisted:
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Any chance of seeing your other ballet boots? How far do you actually walk in them.
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JackWong25 wrote:Any chance of seeing your other ballet boots? How far do you actually walk in them.
I don't like having pictures of myself online. I avoid social media and my legs in the OP are the most I've shared. I appreciate the inquiry, but I must decline. I can tell you that they aren't extra special ballet heels. They are the ones in the picture and these...

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I've been getting better at standing. En Pointe Second Position is the most comfortable way to stand in them. And ironically, if there's a hobble chain between it helps distribute weight. I can do about 10 minutes of solid walking. I can be in them for a very long time, though. I used to get cramps, but powering through them helped. Just massage your foot and let it relax.
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occorics wrote:
davisev5225 wrote:How about ballet boots without a heel?


how about a heelless model?
POINTE_BLACKMATTE_MAIN_1024x1024.jpg
another option might be to extend the heels, so that balancing on them becomes impossible...

I've seen those. Do they actually have any structure and really hold your foot in that position, or do they bend and give out? Anyone know?
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GreenwichMistress wrote:We've all seen ballet boots / heels, and a few varieties of heelless footwear. But what shoes do you think would be perfect for that "you cannot walk" selfbondage or supervised bondage session?
How about something like these :?:
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JIMDINI wrote:How about something like these
Oh, that will do it. :love:

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Some find these hard to walk in!! lol
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Karren wrote:Some find these hard to walk in!! lol
Especially when you are on "slippery ice". :rofl:
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GreenwichMistress wrote:
occorics wrote:
davisev5225 wrote:How about ballet boots without a heel?


how about a heelless model?
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another option might be to extend the heels, so that balancing on them becomes impossible...

I've seen those. Do they actually have any structure and really hold your foot in that position, or do they bend and give out? Anyone know?
The desciption sounds like they're flexible. What a pity... :cry:

I also found these while looking for info :shock: (same problem though)
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Those actually look like something Alexander McQueen would make. I've seen his backwards heels video (that dont actually look that difficult to walk in tbh. But I like the concept.
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