- We use our size guide to find the correct flex pin stiletto rubber heel tip to use
- After selecting the right size we take the rubber off of the rubber heel tip that is currently in the stiletto heel
- Using our pin removal tool to extract the heel pin without damaging the heel block or heel block leather covering
- We clean the area and make sure that the heel tube we will place the flex pin heel into is free from obstruction
- We place the new flex pin heel onto the heel block. Carefully we position the flat section of the heel in line with the tail of the sole of the shoe
- Finally, we lightly hammer it into place until it sits flush with the top of the heel block.
The technical stuff
- Specifically made for stiletto heels
- Hard-wearing and strict quality control
- A large range of sizes
- We also have the generic heel tip in our range
- Made in Italy.
With the extra pressure and forces that stiletto heels take, it is always best to not leave a worn heel for too long. The cost of a new heel tip is negligible compared to the cost of recovering a pair of heels.
Baxter & Black