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    I was totally not joking about this, haha.

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    Those are definitely colorful.

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    Woah, yeah... I pretty much wear sandals whenever the weather allows it. The rest of the time I wear the new boots I just got, which are a sorta cross between sneakers and hiking shoes, fine for both. Before that I always wore sneakers, unless I was actually out hiking over rough terrain.

    My feet get claustrophobic and I really REALLY hate it when they get sweaty, even just the tiniest bit... I get athlete's foot easily, see...
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    I like shoes or sandals that slip on and are comfortable and neutral. Right now, I'm wearing fake brown crocs more than anything else.

    As soon as it gets warm enough, I buy myself and my four kids sandals (unless last year's are still wearable) so I can stop bothering with socks for several months.

    I love socks, but coming up with five pairs of matching socks a day is a colossal pain in the hindquarters.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nemo View Post
    I was totally not joking about this, haha.

    I am overcome with feelings of laughter and -ness.

    Sorry for the interjection, proceed.
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    -flipflops all summer (can't wait)
    -strappy heels in summer when I don't have to walk far
    -totally awesome black leather heeled boots in fall/winter when I don't have to walk far
    -running shoes the rest of the time

    JD I think most people own sandals, so I'm not sure you'll find a correlation there.

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    I wear flip flops whenever there's not snow on the ground- and I tend to hike barefoot

    shoes squish my feet and make them hot- which makes me hot- and not in the good way

    plus- if it's raining there's no way on earth I'm wearing shoes- wet shoes are gross!
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    I don't get flipflops or any shoes that have no heel on them. Don't you find when wearing them that you have to sorta bend your foot to keep them from falling off when you walk, causing cramp in the arches of both feet? Or is that just me with my freak-feet?

    I like going barefoot too, but unfortunately it's not safe in many places because of broken glass... but on the beach though, always. First thing I do is take off my shoes and leave them in the car
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    I don't wear normal foamish flip flops! *shudder* Havaianas are rubbery and bend to the foot as you walk- you never hear the flipping and flopping sound and they don't make your toes hurt like normal flip flops do on my feet anyways

    I generally forget about broken glass before deciding not to wear shoes and step on glass all of the time needless to say, I'm good at picking broken beer bottles out of the soles of my feet- I live in a college town
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    Quote Originally Posted by Randomnity View Post
    -flipflops all summer (can't wait)
    -strappy heels in summer when I don't have to walk far
    -totally awesome black leather heeled boots in fall/winter when I don't have to walk far
    -running shoes the rest of the time

    JD I think most people own sandals, so I'm not sure you'll find a correlation there.
    Perhaps you are right. However, it was not the sandals, rather it was the colorfulness of the sandals that I found interesting.

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