The average height of our customers is 5’10 (178cm). JENNEN shoes aren't just for short men.
Our tall elevator shoes have helped many celebrities stand taller.
Many Hollywood celebrities wear extra height shoes. Mark Wahlberg (5’7), Tom Cruise (5’7), Robert Downey Jr. (5’8), Jeremy Piven (5’9), Kevin Dillon (5'9) Sylvester Stallone (5’9) and George Clooney (5’11) are just a few examples of famous men who wear man heels. Many of them aren’t particularly short, but some have tall partners who love to wear high heels.
Many actors wear elevator shoes on set to stand taller next to their co-stars. Sometimes the difference in height is very noticeable, and taller shoes help to minimise the height difference. A good example of this is Mark Wahlberg (5'7 or 173cm) next to Will Ferrell (6'3 or 192cm). In the photo above, Will is about 6'4 or 195cm in shoes. However, Mark appears no less than 10cm shorter, which would make him about 6'1 or 185cm. Mark is wearing elevator shoes that are boosting him up by 6 inches or 12.5cm!
Other celebrities who have worn taller shoes include Frank Sinatra, Bono, Brad Pitt, Robert Downey Jr, Michael Douglas, Seth Green, Jack Black, Jason Alexander, Danny Devito, Jerry Ferrara, Kevin Dillon, Kevin Connolly, Simon Cowell and Kim Jong Il.
We've sold our tall shoes for short men to many Australian celebrities, including well known singers, actors and AFL players.
Measure the length of your feet in mm, with your heels against a wall.
For increased accuracy, ask for assistance when measuring.
If you have broad feet, we recommend selecting one EURO size larger than your measurement.
It's common for one foot to be slightly longer than the other. For example, if your results are: right foot (254mm) and left foot (257mm), then we recommend size 42.
If unsure about sizing, we recommend ordering one EURO size larger and a set of 1.2cm Ezilift Insoles. These shoe lift insoles can be inserted into your JENNEN shoes if there is a little extra room inside, or into your regular shoes for extra height and cushioning.