Poll: At Which height range do men benefit the most from shoe lifts?
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5’3”-5’4”
31.82%
7 31.82%
5’4”-5’5”
13.64%
3 13.64%
5’5”-5’6”
13.64%
3 13.64%
5’6”-5’7”
22.73%
5 22.73%
5’7-5’8”
13.64%
3 13.64%
5’8”-5’9”
0%
0 0%
5’9”-5’10”
4.55%
1 4.55%
5’10”-5’11”
0%
0 0%
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At Which height will you benefit the most from wearing shoe lifts?
#1
At Which height range do men benefit the most from wearing lifts?
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#2
5'7-5'8 lifts can push you from below average to perceived as average height
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#3
5'3-5'4 without a doubt. 5'3-5'4 is shorter than almost all grown men and than most women. In lifts he should be around 5'6" which is taller than most women and not that bad of a height. The "5'8 guys benefit most because they go from slightly short to average" reasoning makes no sense if you really think about it because 5'8 is pretty close to average and pretty normal. Guys under 5'8" definitely benefit more than men over it.
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(06-20-2018, 05:33 AM)cory steiner Wrote: 5'3-5'4 without a doubt. 5'3-5'4 is shorter than almost all grown men and than most women. In lifts he should be around 5'6" which is taller than most women and not that bad of a height. The "5'8 guys benefit most because they go from slightly short to average" reasoning makes no sense if you really think about it because 5'8 is pretty close to average and pretty normal. Guys under 5'8" definitely benefit more than men over it.

I agree with you. 5'3-5'4 is a very bad height. 5'6"? Not that bad and noticeable. By wearing lifts, 5'3-5'4 men would become taller than most females and they would also stop being bullied constantly because of their height. Taller men (particularly 5'7+ guys) certainly wouldn't benefit as much as they do. Can't believe there are so many people who voted for the higher heights.
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#5
I think the guys voting for 5'5" or more are the guys at those heights. It's pretty obvious that the shorter one will benefit the most, unless he's extremely short, like 5 feet tall.
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(06-20-2018, 05:33 AM)cory steiner Wrote: 5'3-5'4 without a doubt. 5'3-5'4 is shorter than almost all grown men and than most women. In lifts he should be around 5'6" which is taller than most women and not that bad of a height. The "5'8 guys benefit most because they go from slightly short to average" reasoning makes no sense if you really think about it because 5'8 is pretty close to average and pretty normal. Guys under 5'8" definitely benefit more than men over it.

(06-21-2018, 12:45 AM)MrNaero Wrote:
(06-20-2018, 05:33 AM)cory steiner Wrote: 5'3-5'4 without a doubt. 5'3-5'4 is shorter than almost all grown men and than most women. In lifts he should be around 5'6" which is taller than most women and not that bad of a height. The "5'8 guys benefit most because they go from slightly short to average" reasoning makes no sense if you really think about it because 5'8 is pretty close to average and pretty normal. Guys under 5'8" definitely benefit more than men over it.

I agree with you. 5'3-5'4 is a very bad height. 5'6"? Not that bad and noticeable. By wearing lifts, 5'3-5'4 men would become taller than most females and they would also stop being bullied constantly because of their height. Taller men (particularly 5'7+ guys) certainly wouldn't benefit as much as they do. Can't believe there are so many people who voted for the higher heights.

I agree with you a 5'3-5'4" man is very short but he's not short enough for lifts to not make a difference, like let's say a guy under 5 feet. We're short too but we're somewhat normal. 5'3-5'4 men aren't so lifts would help them a lot. I see nothing wrong with them wearing them. However if I see > 5'7" guys wearing them the first thing I think about them is how insecure they are.
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