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Convertible Heels Give Feet a Break


Wearing heels all day can be a huge pain for those spending hours on their feet.  New shoes from Nael Coce, Day2Night Convertible Heels and Camileon Heels have convertible heels for when you want to take-it-easy on your toes.

The shoes offer an easy alternative for people carrying a spare pair of flats in their purse.

“After you know a long day of walking on your high heels your feet start to hurt so this is just another solution and I think women just seem to really love it,” said Candice Cabe, founder of Day2Night.


Each brand offers a unique solution to the painful shoe problem.

Day2Night Convertible Heels come with a case of five heel options that can be twisted on and off.  Nael Coce’s Ambi-Platforms house built-in flats inside 4-inch platform shoes.  Camileon Heels have a bendable heel that  folds into the shoe.

“We brought these shoes to the marketplace in 2007 to test the technology and all of the styles sold out,” Camileon CEO Sean Flannery said in a written statement. “Now women have the opportunity to get a pair or two from our classic collection for a limited time. We have big plans for this technology and this may be the last time to get one of the timeless original designs made from Italian leather at such a great price.”

Prices of the shoes range from $99 to $150.  Designs include sandals, classic pointy-toe and round pumps, and sling-backs.  They come in mostly black and neutral colors with a few red options, as well.

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