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    ish red no longer *sad* nightning's Avatar
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    I don't care what my shoes look like as long as they're comfortable...

    I like hikers for some strange reason... I prefer them to running shoes for day to day wear...

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    My hiking shoes are trail runners. Does anyone wear boots on trails anymore?

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    I used to wear canvas shoes most of the time except for going to formal events, but I started wearing flip-flops much of the time as well after I realized that people wouldn't think I was sloppy for doing so. (There used to be a stigma associating them with hippies and such, but I found out from talking to a few people I knew and observing over the course of a few years that that association has been swept aside.) I usually prefer canvas shoes to be white, and flip-flops to be black.

    Naturally, I always wear more formal styles when attending any sort of special/formal event.

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    Quote Originally Posted by JustDave View Post
    Conversely my dress shoe of choice is the oxford. So I wonder is there any correlation between the type of dress shoes one prefers to wear and his or her personality type?
    I have a few pairs of shoes, but most of them are single-use ones. One pair of running shoes (worn only when running), one pair of court shoes (worn only when playing volleyball), one pair of ancient, half-destroyed tennis shoes (worn only when doing yardwork). So I guess the only ones that really count are:


    Work shoes

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    Hiking, everything else, etc. sandals. I wear them pretty much year round, I just wear them with thick gray wool socks in the winter (stylish, eh?). Really, they're usually not this filthy - I happened to be hiking or something right before I took this... actually, I'm starting to think I've posted the "dirty sandals" photo before.

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    These are my favorite sandals. I have to point out though that the ones I wear the most are the sweat-stained flat brown ones (and yes, I even wear them to work!!), that I have been wearing for 12 years. They are awesome, and I can walk a few miles in them easily. For hiking in the summer, I wear Chaco sandals.

    And the flip-flops are destroyed because my cat happens to like flip-flops as well. :-) But I still wear them.

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    topsiders w/o socks whenever possible (yes, with seersucker, khakis, or madras)
    I think Smirnoff raided my closet for their Tea Partay video.

    When socks are required, suede chocolate tassel loafers, cordovan penny loafers, or handmade English monkstraps

    I will wear oxfords for time to time, if the formality of the occasion calls for it

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    Quote Originally Posted by cascademn View Post
    These are my favorite sandals. I have to point out though that the ones I wear the most are the sweat-stained flat brown ones (and yes, I even wear them to work!!), that I have been wearing for 12 years. They are awesome, and I can walk a few miles in them easily. For hiking in the summer, I wear Chaco sandals.

    And the flip-flops are destroyed because my cat happens to like flip-flops as well. :-) But I still wear them.

    Hey, I have a pair that looks just like the all-black ones. Pretty.

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    Moved to MBTI, Enneaeagraeam and Other Matrices from Other Psych.

    I wear artsy slip-ons or Pumas.

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    I have 3 pairs of shoes, a pair of dress shoes I wear maybe once a year, a pair of all black Osiris skate shoes everywhere, including to work, and a pair of sandals I've worn once since I got them over a year ago.

    I pretty much wear only black skate shoes these days, back in high school it was steel toed boots, but that was mainly because I spent most of my time in the various shops, be it auto, metal, wood working or the engineering drafting department.
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    The anatomy of this ISTJ's basic shoedrobe:



    I Pumas, Chacos, and Reefs!

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