I was experimenting with PCB layout in KiCad and noticed that the Connector_PinHeader_2.54mm > PinHeader_1x06_P2.54mm_Horizontal footprint and a physical 90 degree pin header I have do not seem to match, as seen in this photograph:
The physical pin header in my possession appears to be designed to have the plastic spacer in contact with the PCB, with the other half of the pins used for contact with the female connector.
On the other hand, KiCad's footprint resembles more an upright header laying down on the PCB with a bend to go through the pad further down than most upright headers' pins extend.
I was unable to find anything which resembled the KiCad component through any of the component suppliers I typically use. Is it a real thing, and does it have a name? If not, does KiCad have an equivalent to the real component?