In the current seventh season of "Die Höhle der Löwen" we again have some products that are really promising. In the second episode, the shoe label Maison Baum presents its innovative high heels, which should be much more comfortable than ordinary pumps thanks to the weight shift. We'll show you what makes Maison Baum's high heels special and where you can order them now.
Comfortable high heels – didn't that already exist?
It is not the first time that “The Lion's Den” is presenting a product that is supposed to make walking on high heels easier: In recent years, the founders of Heelbopps * with clip-on heels *, GoBunion * with Hallux- Socks and hearts for heels * with heart-shaped shoe inserts try their luck. High heels, which are designed from the ground up so that our feet don't hurt after a few hours, have never existed before. With Maison Baum's shoes, nothing is glued or clipped on. Instead, a never before seen footbed should provide comfort – and without reminding you of orthopedic shoes.
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A special footbed prevents pain
The German founder Christof Baum, his father – an orthopedist – and the French designer Sophie Tréhoret are behind the Maison Baum label. Baum came up with the idea of developing really comfortable high heels because of his sister, who always had pain after party evenings on high heels. Together with his father, the founder managed to develop a footbed that 50 percent body weight shifted to the back of the foot. Running on high heels leads to pain because we have to carry a large part of our body weight on the balls of our feet.
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That's how much the high heels from Maison Baum cost
You can still find the comfortable shoes from Maison Baum mainly in their own online shop, a concept store in Berlin and some selected boutiques. With a successful deal on "The Lion's Den" this could possibly change. The assortment of the label is still quite manageable: Basically there is a model in two different heel heights (7 and 10 cm), optionally in smooth or suede and in eight different colors. The sizes currently range from 36 to 42. Each shoe – regardless of color, heel height and leather costs 265 euros. The high heels are not exactly cheap, but the price justifies the manufacture in a family-run manufactory in Portugal, while most inexpensive shoes are made in low-wage countries.
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In order to expand their brand, the founders are offering the investors in “Die Höhle der Löwen” 15 percent of their shares for EUR 200,000. You can find out whether the deal will come about on Tuesday, March 17th at 8:15 p.m. on Vox.
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