Commuting With Wet Shoes

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escargonaut
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I’m a big fan of the Lake sandals. Not the Keen-style ones, but the older open-toe-with-end-wall design that they re-released last year after a few years discontinuation.


edmonds59
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ejwme, found your rain boots. Not your grannies.

Odd the things I stumble across.


reddan
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“Stumble” seems an apt choice of words.

Awesome aesthetic, though.


ejwme
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love them – they’re perfect ;)


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ejwme: I love your philosophy of limiting ‘special’ clothes! I’m trying to move more in that direction, to have lower dry cleaning bills from work duds. As far as shoes for rain, my Keens with gore-tex embedded work well for me: normal looking shoes that are quite functional in various weather and for keeping feet dry despite sweating while biking. I also like Emily’s idea, especially since Pittsburgh was Mr. Roger’s place of work – he made the whole change-your-shoes-at-work idea famous and I like it!


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ejwme
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Lori, those look really comfy and practical (and cute!). Zappos is dangerous…

I’ve been trying to pay extra attention to people’s shoes at work lately, to see what the majority consider “business casual”. Since a lot of the men are running around in – I kid you not – performance golf polo shirts (some even have huge reflective swaths, I didn’t think corporate visibility was literal), I think the range is… shall we say broad?

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