Maybe the reason the wide sizes and XXXLs were all that were available is because we as a nation are getting in shape and you just waited too long to buy new kicks?
This thread brings up a good question: Exactly what sneakers/trainers/athletic shoes are best for the office?
My first thought would be any variety of Chuck Taylors, but after further consideration it's obvious. The gold shoe clip steps it up a notch:
Last edited by The Boston Patriot; 08-16-2013 at 06:47 PM.
Get back to us.
They're definitely sneakers, btw.
I have the same pair of Asics I bought maybe 4 years ago. I just don't wear them everywhere, so they don't take a beating. I bought a gear pair if hiking/all-terrain boots made by Ariat. Those are tough as hell.
It must torture Mike Francesa that Rex lost all that weight meanwhile the Pope of Sports is still chugging along at 300+ lbs of cottage cheese and hot air.
And yes, I have little activity that requires athletic footwear, being old, fat and an office jobie, but in fairness, I wore boots to do most of my athletic activity back in the day anywhoo.
DSW mate. All the footwear one could need, no staff bothing you (generally speaking). When I wear through my cheaply made asian-assembled Sketchers (usually about every two weeks) thats where I go.Anyhoo, go into Modells and run "casual wear" by the 'lil Wayne listening kid working the shoe dept. and see how far that gets you.
They're not called t-shirts.
They're called "ultra casual thorax coverings".