prenup. Well, so many of us love our high heels. But we can't walk in them for long distances. We all know that, ladies. A new innovation in shoes may finally change all of that. Transforming your... See More
prenup. Well, so many of us love our high heels. But we can't walk in them for long distances. We all know that, ladies. A new innovation in shoes may finally change all of that. Transforming your pumps so you can change your height instantly. Our becky worley checks out high heels are going high-tech right now. Reporter: They look elegant. They lengthen the legs. They are extreme fashion statements on the runway. But for most of us, wearing these things all day, ah. You can tolerate short walks around the office. Or to and from the car on a date. But any longer distances, and you'll have to bring a pair of flats in your purse. But now, a new shoe aims to solve this dilemma. The day-to-night has interchangeable heels that convert the shoe from flats to stilettos. I thought it would be nice to have one pair of shoes with multiple heel heights. And not have to carry extra shoes with you in a bag. Reporter: As an mba student, candice cabe saw a business opportunity. As you swap out the heels, doesn't it change the angle of the arch? There is a certain angle we have to maintain so the arch of the shoe is supporting your foot. Reporter: I tried a prototype of the shoe. Yeah. It doesn't feel wobbly. Candice is talking with shoe manufacturers about licensing the heel-swapping technology. And she has a thousand pairs being manufactured in china right now. They're normally retailing at $300. But you can preorder them for $150. Reporter: Candice is not the first to try to solve this high-heel walking problem. There's the roll a sole walking flats. And there's a myriad of other convertible shoes. Like the chameleon heel, that go from kitten heel to stilettos. What makes this entrepreneur think her heels will tame our torture? After a long day of walking on your high heels, your feet start to hurt. This is just another solution. And I think women just seem to really love it. Reporter: For "good morning america," becky worley, abc news, oakland, california. This idea among designers is a hot one. Pain-free high heels. Lara and I are wearing two examples right here. This is the high part of it. And then -- will you help me out? Sure. You want me to take it off? can be sensible. Walking around new york. How does it feel? Hailing a cab. What could possibly go wrong? 140. The look on your face. How do they feel? They feel comfortable. They're comfy. And they sell between $99 and $129. It's like two shoes in one. And the whole idea came from a rough night of dancing, which,
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