Drivers Black Heel Syndrome
The foot leans against
the gas/break paddle with its
upper part, while the lower part
is on the carpet or rubber
during the entire ride.
If there is dust or small pebbles
on the carpet, which is frequently
the case, the heel of the shoe is undoubtedly exposed to damages.

Such damages are irreparable
and consequently shoes are
aesthetically damaged and for
many women unusable. Unlike
the damaged soles that are easily
replaced by shoemakers.

Often drivers, in order to avoid
damages to their favorite shoes,
change into driving shoes,
which results in unnecessary
loss of time. Needless to mention
how inconvenient it can be in the
tight car interior.

We found a solution to this problem
faced by millions of women.