Today I am compiling a gallery of fetish shoes. One of my most popular Squidoo lenses was my fetish shoe one. It was absolutely nothing but lots of pictures of lots of very hard to find shoe styles for you to drool over. I didn't have an article planned out to write today, and I thought, why don't I take a break from writing articles and make a picture gallery instead. So, that's what this is. And yes, these images are all affiliate link banners, so clicking on an image will take you to the site which sells those particular shoes, though some links go to the homepage and others go to the page of the shoe itself. I'm not sure why that is.
A special note about wearing fetish shoes...
Fetish shoes are described as "to be worn during fetish activities", meaning they are not designed for every day wear, long term walking, and you wouldn't want to wear them to work or school.
They are designed to be worn for short periods, during "low activiy".
In other words they are made for use with CosPlay costumes, Halloween costumes, bedroom fetish dress-up, BDSM actives, clubbing, raving, proms, pole dancing, drag performances, stage plays, talent nights, etc.
If you have back, spine, hip, or knee problems, please consult with your doctor before attempting to wear fetish shoes.
Have fun and stay safe!
And for those wondering, if I wear these myself...
I used to.
I started wearing fetish shoes in the mid-1980s, after I discovered Jem & The Holograms (cartoon and dolls featuring glam rockers) and Poison (glam rock band).
For close to 30 years, I lived in thigh high hooker boots, rhinestone pixie boots, fringed go-go boots, and platform shoes of all shapes and sizes. Anything with studs, spikes, fringe, and 5" heels went on my feet, especially if it was pink, purple, or glowed in the dark, and most especially if it has glitter of any kinds on it.
I was wearing fetish shoes on an almost daily basis until November 14, 2013, when I was attacked/beaten up by an as of yet unidentified attacker who drove away in a 4-door white pick-up truck.
As a result of this attack I was paralized for 5 months, spent 18 months relearning to walk, was for a while in a wheelchair, was for months more on crutches, and am now 4 years later on a cane.
I have permanent spine, hip, and knee damage, resulting in a lame leg and poor balance. Thus I am no longer able to wear the elaborate fetish shoes that were for many years my trademark fashion item.
The driver of that truck is wanted by the FBI for attempted murder, if you know who drives the truck seen in the photographs below...
Please Call FBI Agent
@ (207) 774-9322
More Information on the attacker is HERE.
Because of my now being disabled/handicapped/crippled/with ruptured discs in my spine, a cracked hip, and a lame leg, I have had to make drastic changes to the shoes I wear.
I have found that, while uncommon and rather difficult to find, there do exist, handicapped friendly, flat-soled and heel-less fetish shoes. I have included some of those on this page.
Because handicapped friendly flat-soled fetish shoes are a small niche specialty item, within what is already a small specialty niche, it takes quiet a bit of hunting to find them.
As I am someone who wears fetish shoes and can no longer wear the "classic style" high heel fetish shoes due to my disability, I am now seeking out suppliers of disability friendly flat soled fetish shoes. I've found a few, and so, fetish shoes are back in my daily wardrobe once again.
It occurs to me that I can't be the only person who wears fetish shoes, and has a disability that limits the type/style of shoe I can wear. As such, I will be compiling a gallery of handicap friendly fetish shoes on it's own page, similar to this page you are reading right now.
These pages are part of my CosPlay Supply Series, so links to them will be added to the CosPlaer's Supply Index once the pages are built.Ads by Google