Men stand tall in taller shoes new Melbourne based footwear brand is making strides in the men’s market on the promise of more than just fashionable feet. has launched a range of designer elevator shoes, which, according to their founder, are unique in Australia because they guarantee added height.

“Taller’s designer footwear provides a hidden height-increase of 6 to 10cm, depending on the selected style. My designs are wearable and popular because they’re a secret and they’re on trend,” said Jennen Ngiau-Keng.

“It’s the beauty secret for men. The height increase lies in the internal build-up of the shoe so the increase is well hidden. We’re helping men gain up to four inches in height and feel more confident.”

The idea for the shoes was the result of personal experience. Ngiau-Keng said.

“My girlfriend loves wearing high heels and even though I’m normally taller than her, her heels easily make her the same height or even taller than me. I’m 5‟7 and Chloe is 5‟5, but she can often wear heels that boost her up to 5‟10.”“I felt that my own pair of elevator shoes would help boost my confidence and decided to start the only business in Australia offering this designer product. The business is now successful and we’ve helped thousands of men become taller.” has over 50 styles of shoes and boots for formal, casual and sports-wear with styles including shoes and boots made using premium leather and materials.

With celebrities including Mark Wahlberg, Tom Cruise, Sylvester Stallone and Robert Downey Junior increasingly taking to elevator shoes, it was hoped widespread uptake by Australian men wouldn’t be far away, Ngiau-Keng said.

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