Teresa wrote:How do people keep clog type shoes on their feet in the first place? I guess I'm not talented enough...I can't keep thongs or other flip-flops on them, either.
These are fine enough for around the house, or making a bathroom run while camping, but I've seen people wear them to work in a factory where legally one should have at a minimum leather toed (and perhaps steel-toed) tie-on shoes.
Oh well, they aren't my feet. Thanks for posting, Martha.
Surprisingly they stay on well. My husband and I both wear them and they are very comfortable and don't come off easily. He was skeptical at first but is now "hooked". For yard work (we don't have grass to cut) and errands I don't wear anything else. I even wore them on a commercial cave tour at Wyndotte (sp) at NSS Convention this past summer. . . didn't plan too but we arrived just as a tour was leaving and I didn't have time to run back to the truck to change. Living in the "boonies" I don't encounter any escalators.
I'm a nurse and a lot of hospital staff in most departments including doctors wear them to work. I personally am still wearing my lace up athletic shoes to work in. I need the arch support when I'm on my feet for 12 hours.