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    Senior Member millerm277's Avatar
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    I've worn the same Reebok sneaker for 3 years now. When they wear out, I just go to the store and buy another pair. (usually about every 6 months).

    For dress shoes, I have some cheap ones from payless.

    Those are the only two sets of shoes I have.
    I-95%, S-84%, T-89%, P-84%

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    Senior Member LunarMoon's Avatar
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    I doubt that there’s any correlation between shoe and MBTI type beyond the more general motivations for wearing a shoe pair, like for instance aesthetic interest versus strictly practical reasoning, though I suppose your Rational shoe type hypothesis does match up with me. I generally don’t care about how my shoes look as long as they’re practical for the situation with the minor exception of some color coordination, in which case I prefer relatively plain colors such as black, gray, or brown. I’ll wear a pair of tennis shoes for a few years and change them when they begin to fall apart; I after all own them so that it’ll be easier to run and perform other athletic activities so they’d be worthless if the soles went missing. I do wear boots in the snow, however, and along with my tennis and formal shoes they comprise the only three shoe pairs I own at any particular time. By the way, while I'm interested in exotic shoes such as moccasins and Japanese geta (Edo Era wooden sandals) I don't tend to wear them for the practical reasons mentioned before.

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    Senior Member dnivera's Avatar
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    I wear functional shoes (I would never buy a pair of white shoes that would get wet or dirty easily, for example) but they have to look stylish too. I wear mostly casual sport shoes like my red Keen Newport sandals, Keen Sydney shoes and Merrell moccasins.

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    Sensing (S) 56.25% Intuitive (N) 43.75%
    Thinking (T) 61.29% Feeling (F) 38.71%
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