5 Slip-In Shoe Insoles for Men to Look Up to 2.5-Inches Taller

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Whether you’re a man who just wants to look a bit taller for a special event or on a daily basis at the office, there are plenty of comfortable options to give you a subtle lift. Find out more from Footwear News and shop these discrete insoles below:

From FN:
Need a boost? Look no further than FN’s roundup of height-increasing slip-in insoles for men. Walk through a room with confidence and a pep in your step in any one of our picks, knowing that you look and feel taller.

That said, let’s get shopping.

1. Undercover Fox Inserts

Grow 2 inches in one swift motion when you put these Undercover Fox lifts into your shoes.

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Undercover Fox Height Lifting Insoles



2. Jota Shoe Lifts

Slip this simple Jota height-increasing insoles into your shoe if you’re looking for a simple 1-inch lift.

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Jota Lifting Shoe Lifts



3. Kalevel 2 Inch Shoe Insoles

With a 2-layer adjustable height design, you can bet these soft durable insoles won’t be slipping around the inside of your shoe.

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Kalevel 2 Inch Lifting Insoles


4. 2 Layer Height Increasing Insoles

Made with PolyUrethane layers for custom comfort, these insoles can be trimmed to fit your foot exactly.

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Y2C Elevating Shoe Insoles


5. High Top Height-Increasing Insoles

get up to 2 inches with these inserts designed by an oorthopedic doctor and made with air bubble technology. 

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LiftKits Hi-Top Lifting Insoles



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