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I had a great pair of slipper-socks made by Smatwool. Sorry, I don't have any pictures of me modeling them.
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Croc Mammoths
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My daughter tells me Crocs are soooo last year.
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My daughter tells me Crocs are soooo last year.
The last time I looked I still had last years feet.
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First post was kinda sexy.... third post was kinda uncomfortable.

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The last time I looked I still had last years feet.
LOLIRL
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Croc Mammoths
Those types of slippers are extremely popular these days. It's that kind of rubber like material. My mom wears them and lot's of other people I see, at least here in this part of America. I have to try them out. I think they cost around $30 or less a pair. Famous chef, Mario Batali wore those types of shoes in red color years ago so I know they are not really new. The great advantage of those slippers is that they are good on rainy days-as long as you are not wearing socks.

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First post was kinda sexy.... third post was kinda uncomfortable.
Ugly,
Personally I think Crocs are damn ugly, but I like em. Keeps the toes toasty and the sole is squishy-rubber.

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Those types of slippers are extremely popular these days. It's that kind of rubber like material. My mom wears them and lot's of other people I see, at least here in this part of America. I have to try them out. I think they cost around $30 or less a pair. Famous chef, Mario Batali wore those types of shoes in red color years ago so I know they are not really new. The great advantage of those slippers is that they are good on rainy days-as long as you are not wearing socks.
ribs,
The Mammoths are the latest iteration in the Croc line, got em at Macy's last Fall. Sorry about the socks, didn't shave the ankles--actually I've never shave my ankles (or my back) but that's besides the point.

Does your mom garden? Crocs were originally marketed as patio gardening shoes.
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Yes, she gardens. She likes those types of shoes.
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Im about to order me some of those japanese slippers, you know the wooden ones that go clank clank every step you take.
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Old Friend Loafer Mocs.



Definitely only for use in winter. In summer, I use a pair of Teva or North Face flip flops
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Im about to order me some of those japanese slippers, you know the wooden ones that go clank clank every step you take.
You mean geta? It's more like clunk-clunk.

You do know that you don't wear those in-doors.
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Im about to order me some of those japanese slippers, you know the wooden ones that go clank clank every step you take.
I've run two Honolulu Marathons and have seen innumerable, insane Japanese tourists actually complete the entire 26.2 miles in those damn things.
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I've run two Honolulu Marathons and have seen innumerable, insane Japanese tourists actually complete the entire 26.2 miles in those damn things.
What!!! That's nuts, makes me want to get those Getas even more.
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