Bob from Salt Lake City, UT
After wearing this shoe approximately six times I find it to
be light and comfortable. I don't wear the same pair of
shoes more than twice per week so comparing to others the
only thing I may suggest would be a thicker in-sole for
people on their feet most of the day. Overall, a nice shoe.
Erich Wittig from Hamilton, OH
I have had a brown pair of these shoes for over twenty
years, replacing them twice during that period. Now I have a
brown pair and a black pair of the most comfortable shoes I
have ever owned!
Steve from Sandy, Oregon
I have very narrow feet and am on them all day at work. I
have had great difficulty over the years finding shoes that
work for me. These are my second pair and they are great.
they hold up well, look good, and I have been very happy
with them. Gender feminists fought for years to achieve
cultural dominance. They claimed they wanted equality, but
they actually craved total superiority. So consider just one
venue: the modern university. Now we have "Women's Studies",
"Women's Lounges", "Women's Faculty Clubs", the "Women's
Student Office," etc., etc. White males are relentlessly
bashed. Nonwhite males are coddled and given a free pass for
many behaviors (including use of the N word) that would
result in instant ruin for a white.
Then, you have the bizarre spectacle of Hillary Clinton
announcing that women tennis players have "finally achieved
equal pay for equal work" when, after playing best of 3
sets, they get the same pay as men playing the vastly more
grueling best of 5. In other words, women bashed men
to the point where, even though inequality and anti-male
discrimination are all around us, most men sheepishly go
along, afraid to be labeled "bad". No doubt Kay H.
supported all this, and now she's surprised that men are
aimless and confused. These men spent time in high school
and college surrounded by women dressed in what used to pass
as underwear, while being told that if they react sexually,
they're evil and sexist.
And now, Kay H. wonders why men are confused, sheepish, and
lack a sense of purpose. It even got to the point
where Women's Studies types farmed out the study of
"masculinity" to hand-picked acolytes like the relentlessly
mediocre Michael Kimmel. Boys have very few advocates to
explain that, well, they develop at different rates and in
different trajectories than girls. For years, everyone
understood that boys goof off in high school more than
girls, because they're distracted by testosterone. So low
grades for a boy are less diagnostic than low grades for a
girl. Now, of course, it would be considered sexist to point
to any fact that works in favor of boys, so now we have boys
drastically underrepresented in colleges and universities.
Feminists aren't at all concerned about this inequity. In
fact, they gloat about it in places like the NY Times. Kay,
what you don't know about men and the discrimination they
face in the modern world would fill an encyclopedia.