Be sure to pack your stilettos if you’re going on vacation to Nevada, Florida, or Arkansas (really). Those are three of the states in which women wear the highest heels, according to Gilt.com.
The company’s principal data scientist and data analyst took a look at the average heel height purchased between January 2013 and June 2014 on their site. Then they divvied the data up by state in order to put together the captivating map below. The results are pretty varied: In Puerto Rico, which has the tallest heels, women are wobbling around in 2.87 inchers. In Texas, the average heel height is 2.35 inches. And in Kansas, women like their flats—heels there average just 1.97 inches.
Eye the map below to see how your state stacks up. Does your state’s average reflect what’s in your closet?