Crown Bar Hollywood – Spring Sample Sale

This Saturday’s Spring Sample Sale at Crown Bar was a good way to get off the streets of West Hollywood and beat the heat. The Bar was converted from Bar Tables and booths to Clothing Racks and Show room for the day. The buzz was stirring with all kinds of people (lining up long before doors opened) looking to find good deals on one-of-a-kind samples from their favorite designers and apparel companies. Most early entrants seem to take a casual approach to their sample sale experience; Mimosas in one hand, pile of clothes draped over the other.

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Myne seemed to be the hit of the day with the girls with a constant crowd hording around their racks

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LiftKits played its part as usual and kept the guys feeling good (tall) about themselves and entertained themselves by watching the curious onlookers who couldn’t quite grasp what our shoe lifts have the potential of doing for you.

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Some celebrities were spotted looking for some new Summer gear and lingering around the bar:
Benji Madden of Good Charlotte
Stephanie Pratt of The Hills
Ryan Cabrera

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Hollywood Sample Sale – Deals to be had…

Come Join us this Saturday, May 9th, 2009 @Crown Bar in Hollywood for some great deals on some great fashion and even enjoy some great drinks while you’re at it. :)
There will be a bartender on staff with a full service bar including a special with $5 mimosas and bloody mary’s for the sale to help you enjoy your browsing experience. LiftKits will be there from 11 am – 6 pm along with:

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If the Shoe Fits, Wear It…

Every shoe is slightly different as is every foot. Some feet are more narrow, flat, fat and long. This alone makes shopping for shoes and fitting into them some what of a chore. This is why we try on every pair of shoes, just as we do with jeans before making the final decision; isn’t it?

Adding something as small as an arch support supplement or a Dr. Scholl’s for cushion can throw that fit off. So, when you add a 1″ or 2″ height increasing insole to the mix you want to pay special attention to what shoes you are wearing the inserts in and how you intend to wear them.

Follow the steps below to get the most out of your height increasing shoe insoles.

1. Pick what shoes you are going to wear

Your first step is to pick out what shoes you are going to wear. If a lo-top or regular sneaker, you will want to not wear an insert that is more than 1″ tall. The two biggest factors when adding an insert to your shoe is to make sure that there is enough room in the heel of your shoe so that you do not step out of your shoes as you walk and that you are not creating too much pressure in the tongue of your shoe.

2. Test the fit of the insert in your shoe

Slide the LiftKits height insoles into your shoes. One size fits most shoes (usually size 8 US Mens and up). If your shoes are smaller than size 8 you may need to trim to fit as outlined in steps 3 and 4.

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3. In the case the insert is too large for the shoe, assess how much you will need to shorten the insert by

If the insert fits in the shoe appropriately there is no need for trimming.

4. Follow the guided lines, trim with regular scissors

5. Re-insert the insole into shoe to confirm the fit is perfect – try on shoes and you’re ready to go!

If the insole fits the shoes but the shoes are uncomfortable try these tips.

*If the insert takes up too much room in your shoes you can try:

1. Wearing a shoe that is a half size bigger (this usually cures any comfort issues as the the heel of the insert lifts your foot up and pushes your foot forward at the same time, so by purchasing a larger shoe you are creating more room and ridding yourself of these issues).
2. Loosen your laces or don’t lace them all the way to the top to create more room for your foot
3. Try the insert in a high top, boot or higher ankle support shoe if there doesn’t appear to enough room in the heel of your shoe.

*some Lo-Tops have too low of ankle support for even the 1″ shoe lift. Because of this we are working on a new lift that fits in even the lowest ankle supported shoes; like Converse Chuck T Low Tops, slip on Vans and some dress shoes. Keep an eye out for this announcement coming soon.

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1. Pick what shoes you are going to wear – Test the fit of the inserts in your shoes

Your first step is to pick out what shoes you are going to wear. If a Hi-Top sneaker, boot or other high ankle supported shoe, you can wear our 2″ height increasing insole. Slide the LiftKits inserts into your shoes. One size fits most shoes (usually size 8 US Mens and up). If your shoes are smaller than size 8 you may need to trim to fit as outlined in steps 2 and 3.

2. In the case the insert is too large/long for the shoe, assess how much you will need to shorten the insert by

If the insert fits in the shoe appropriately there is no need for trimming.

3. Follow the guided lines, trim with regular scissors

4. Re-insert the insole into shoe to confirm the fit is perfect

5. Try on shoes and you’re ready to go – 2 inches taller!

If the insole fits the shoes but the shoes are uncomfortable try these tips.

*If the insert takes up too much room in your shoes you can try:

1. Wearing a shoe that is a half size bigger (this usually cures any comfort issues as the the heel of the insert lifts your foot up and pushes your foot forward at the same time, so by purchasing a larger shoe you are creating more room and ridding yourself of these issues).
2. Loosen your laces or don’t lace them all the way to the top to create more room for your foot
3. Try removing the detachable red piece and re-insert. The may create more room in the still adding height while providing you with a more comfortable fit.

For further questions please contact:
http://www.myliftkits.com/contact/
or see our FAQs at
http://www.myliftkits.com/faq/
http://getsatisfaction.com/liftkits

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