Elevator shoes

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shoes having unusually thick soles and heels, designed to make a person appear taller than he or she actually is.

See also: Elevator

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Their first elevator shoes were added in 1995 and these are now the most popular shoes in their product line.
Years ago, many a man in his predicament could so easily have been tempted to buy built-up shoes with a hidden heel (they were called elevator shoes in those days).
Short and round, he wore elevator shoes, oversize sunglasses and a bouffant hairdo - a Hollywood stereotype of the wacky post-cold war dictator.