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As far as exotic footwear goes, Pleaser is as well known and established as any name in the industry. So, whether you've got an extreme foot fetish, or you're strutting you're stuff for everyone to see, you know the right shoe makes all the difference. I've put together a collection of footwear that I hope isn't too intimidating and that will make the BL*EEN community proud.
* Clear open toe upper
* UV tubes in the platform
* Slide on style
* 2 1/2" platform
* 6 1/2" heel
* $47.60(US)
* Clear upper with a PU base
* UV tube accents
* Peep toe style
* 2 3/4" platform
* 6 1/2" wedge heel

* Open Toe Pump W/ Bow Accent
* 1 inch Hidden Platform
* 4 1/2 inch Heel
* $54.60 (US)
* Satin Pleated Polyurethanemp
* 3 1/2" Heel Shoe
* $49.99(US)
* 3/4" Hidden Platform
* T-Strap
* D'orsay Pump
* 4 1/2" Heel
* $42.52(US)
* 4 inch Platform Slide
* UV Green Tubes
* 8 inch Heel
* $66.30(US)
* 4 inch Platform Slide
* UV Green Tubes
* 8 inch Heel
* $83.55 (US)
* Slip on 3 1/2 inch platform sandal 
* Clear double strap
* Battery operated strobe light that can be switched off
* 7 1/2 inch heel 
* $88.40 (US)
* Alligator Pattern
* $47.95(US)
* 3 1/2 inch Platform Slide
* UV activated cyber print
* 7 inch Heel
* $65.95(US)
* UV Reactive
* $125.47(US)
* 1 inch Platform
* Peep Toe Mary Jane
* Embroidered details
* 5 1/4 inch Heel
* $57.50(US)
*  1 3/4 inch Concealed Platform
*  Mary Jane Pump 
*  Satin w/ Black Lace Overlay 
*  Adjustable Strap 
*  5 3/4 inch Heel 
* $78.43(US)
* Leg Warmers/Boot Covers
* UV Reactive Furry Faux Fur
* One Size fits all
* $26.99(US)

In case anyone was wondering, I do have UV lights in my office so feel free to come on by and model any of the above items.


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