Driving in heels is hard and prickly. Why not put on high heels stilettos that go flat with a push of a button? It comes from Sheila’s Wheels, its pink and black, it’s classy, and it’s practical.
UK based car insurance company Sheila’s Wheels has come up with ‘Sheila Driving Heel’ – a shoe with an original design idea that makes driving for women both stylish and safe. This shoe can transform from stilettos into a stylish pair of heels just with one push of a button.
Shoe heels have no grip, can get stuck under the pedal , on the other hand, flat shoes reduces force on the knee and lower back and increases the grip on the pedals.
It’s beyond belief that so many women are putting themselves, their passengers and other drivers at jeopardy by wearing the wrong shoe or no shoe at all whilst behind the wheel. Stilettos, sling-backs and strap shoes aren’t the rational option when it comes to controlling a car.
According to surveys, two thirds of the questioned women confessed to driving while wearing heels and around a third had worn flip-flops. Around 18% had worn no shoes while driving, which is dangerous and is at present unlawful in some parts of the world.
The survey has also exposed that there is a general lack of understanding among women with more than half of them admitting to have believed that sports trainers were the safest to drive in – in spite of their thick soles and fleshy design which restricts the control over the pedals.
This stilettos-heels shoe is a futuristic concept for stylish women.
Driving in heels is hard and prickly. Why not put on high heels stilettos that go flat with a push of a button? It comes from Sheilaâ€™s Wheels, its pink and black, itâ€™s classy, and itâ€™s practical.