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Downside? No way I`m spending seventy clams on a shoe I don`t want to be seen in on the streets. I`m just not a "keep a pair of sculptural feet-casings in my purse just in case I feel the need to do some yoga" kind of gal. And I`d demand to try them on first, too. My tosies deserve a glovelike fit if they`re going to be asked to parade around in something that bizzarre.
Just take your sheos and socks off. Public or private.
$70.... that`s not that bad.
It`s kinda like the anti shirt and those Japanese/Brazilian ultra low jean dealies.
Just an answer to the question `WHY?` is what they are lacking, not functionality.
It`s really all a taste thing, but I stand by that they are stupid. I like boots.
The grip on them doesn`t look very good, but they seem to be made out of the same stuff Nike`s U-soc is made out of, so I don`t see why so many people are saying they "wouldn`t work".
They`re stretchy to an extent, which means unless you have particularly weird feet they should have enough give for the average person I`d think.
Vs Barefoot:If you step on a stone in these, it`s not likely going to breach skin. They have a sole.
Vs Sandals:I hate running in sandals. The opening at the front can snag and you often get a collection of pebbles/leaves in the sandal.
Vs Shoes:Personally, I`d like these better than trainers, but really not seeing why they`d be much better than my lightweight running shoes.
exposed to what? O.o why not just wear sandals? good god this is a dumb idea. if they take off like those foamy-cheesy looking shoes did.....
Then again, it sounds like fun to work at a crazy place like that. I`m torn.