Originally Posted by Kent Money
But I think that heels are better suited on boots and not on low-cut shoes like those, especially if they're 'sporty' or for 'summer-wear'.
I also feel that heels can sometimes interfere with my gait, I dunno. I tend to be heel-heavy when I step so maybe that's why.
Furthermore, I think no heel is a bit more masculine and lends itself to a sleeker and cleaner profile/silhouette.
No heel on something immediately takes me into sneaker territory. To me a men's heel is never feminine unless it's a Cuban/pitched heel. Things get awkward when you have a regular heel over 1" because it looks like you're trying to be taller a la your shoe. Ideally a heel should be .5-.75".
I have spoken.