Detachable Heel System a brake-through

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The Vision of Howard, LLC is the company that invented and has a patent pending mechanism that will allow individuals to now purchase the sole of a shoe and heel separately. This mechanism allows the wearer to have a variety of heels to go with new soles, handbags and outfits. The sole will be considered the rest of the shoe without the heel.

The era of having a heel and sole combined as one shoe continuously seems to be becoming an obsolete idea. When someone purchases a shoe, the first thing that will lose in value is the heel, so the entire shoe is no longer desired to be worn. What if, when that heel runs down, and the consumers are able to take it off and put on a new one? What if, they can have different shapes and colour heels to match every day? What if, they can have the option to wear mix matched heels as a personal style statement?

This new system will be the future for all footwear. Fashion Week 2010 has been taken by surprise when the Detachable Heel System was mentioned at a fashion show at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel in New York, New York. Crowds were drawn when Patrice L. Howard was asked for more information about the new mechanism and how it would be a great asset to the footwear industry and a great accessory to the individual consumer wardrobe.

Shoe manufacturers and designers will all benefit from this new system. The first company who utilizes the uniqueness of this system will be branded as the original version and brand to have made shoes having a Designer Detachable Heel. The ways to market this accessory is countless.

The Vision of Howard is also looking for investors or well-known shoe companies who can bring this product to its fullest potential.

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