Roccamore heels have been validated by scientific research to relieve 26% of pressure from your forefoot, as well as 44% from your foot’s arch, while walking.

“Millions of women could benefit if shoe manufactures used this knowledge to make simple modifications”

M.D. Jeannette Penny from Clinical Orthopaedic Research Hospital of Amager tested roccamore heels against both regular  stilettos and sneakers – and found the results astonishing! Read more here


Shoes are like people: what matters is on the inside, and with roccamore it’s all about the orthopaedic insole.

The insole was invented by Frederikke Antonie Schmidt, a Danish shoe designer, who was very frustrated with always having to choose between comfort and design – she wanted simple, comfortable, elegant high heels that she could wear every day.

Together with an orthopaedic shoemaker, she designed and developed an insole that would shape the foot to walk as anatomically correct as possible in high heels. It took a year of testing and adjusting, but finally, the technology was ready and in Jan. 2015 roccamore was born.

Roccamore insoles take up space inside the shoe, changing the volume of the shoe and demanding special care when designing and developing all necessary components.

Usually in a shoe production, companies can reuse components (heels, soles, insoles etc.) but with the roccamore insole, all components have to be made from scratch.

It’s a complicated and expensive process to make a roccamore shoe. It’s slow fashion, handmade and high quality, but we are happy to keep it this way, because in the end, it ensures that all roccamore shoes have the highest possible comfort.