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  • @Senior-Coffee

    As long as you're not wearing tennis socks (with the little fuzzy balls) with your tennis shoes . . . you start that crap and we're taking your board and kicking you out of the club.



  • @Kielanders How about socks and sandals?



  • @DreamTour

    That look has sorta grown on me over the years!

    But, I gotta tell ya, it's gonna be some special kind of pain and reconstructive surgery if folks get their toes dragged into the space between the spinning wheel & the metal frame.



  • @DreamTour said in Shoes:

    How about socks and sandals?

    @Kielanders said in Shoes:

    That look has sorta grown on me over the years!

    i have long been a defender of that look, but due to public shaming i don't wear it outside the house. i don't get the scorn -- it makes great sense to me: your feet are protected but can breathe, and they stay cleaner! nobody wants to see other people's toenails, that's what i say. i am really looking forward to being old enough to not give a fffffff what people think about how i choose to dress, that's for sure, haha



  • @Kielanders said in Shoes:

    @Senior-Coffee

    As long as you're not wearing tennis socks (with the little fuzzy balls) with your tennis shoes . . . you start that crap and we're taking your board and kicking you out of the club.

    You saw my socks? 😮



  • @Franko

    My wife started doing that about a year ago. She wears these cute little hot pink 'athletic' soft rubber flops with toe socks!

    At first I was like '. . . oh, god.', now it's not so bad.

    I'd just be too worried to do it and having a de-gloving injury if the board got squirrelly and sucked my toes in.



  • If I use my tyedye socks w/sandles nobody bats an eye
    as if I cared



  • @Franko said in Shoes:

    @DreamTour said in Shoes:

    How about socks and sandals?

    @Kielanders said in Shoes:

    That look has sorta grown on me over the years!

    i have long been a defender of that look, but due to public shaming i don't wear it outside the house. i don't get the scorn -- it makes great sense to me: your feet are protected but can breathe, and they stay cleaner! nobody wants to see other people's toenails, that's what i say. i am really looking forward to being old enough to not give a fffffff what people think about how i choose to dress, that's for sure, haha

    LOL Franko, rest assured, as someone in the fashion industry I will tell you that you should be able to rock those socks + sandals these days without fear. That look has officially gone full circle now.

    I personally hate toes too, and boycott all “peep toe” styles as well!



  • I like my Vibram 5 finger shoes....they’re not too bad.



  • If you think about it, each foot on a Onewheel has different criteria of importance. If all I am doing is Onewheeling sometimes I wear a skate shoe on my sensor foot with a different, comfortable shoe behind.



  • Well, you all can go with what works for you, but as for me . . . full helmet, hi-tops, & a Speedo.



  • @Kielanders said in Shoes:

    & a Speedo

    Agree! I have a speedo(meter) on my watch!



  • @a1katie said in Shoes:

    I personally hate toes too, and boycott all “peep toe” styles as well!

    Please delete your post!

    I've been trying to get the wife riding, to get her out of her professional business attire rut.

    I've told her the recommended ladies wear is: pink sequined tube top, distressed blue jean mini-skirt, and strappy studded gladiator sandals.

    . . . you're not helping.

    :o)



  • @Kielanders really, and shes not interested in riding you say???



  • @Kielanders said in Shoes:

    @a1katie said in Shoes:

    I personally hate toes too, and boycott all “peep toe” styles as well!

    Please delete your post!

    I've been trying to get the wife riding, to get her out of her professional business attire rut.

    I've told her the recommended ladies wear is: pink sequined tube top, distressed blue jean mini-skirt, and strappy studded gladiator sandals.

    . . . you're not helping.

    :o)

    lol that might not be best for the learning curve!



  • @a1katie said in Shoes:

    @Kielanders said in Shoes:

    @a1katie said in Shoes:

    I personally hate toes too, and boycott all “peep toe” styles as well!

    Please delete your post!

    I've been trying to get the wife riding, to get her out of her professional business attire rut.

    I've told her the recommended ladies wear is: pink sequined tube top, distressed blue jean mini-skirt, and strappy studded gladiator sandals.

    . . . you're not helping.

    :o)

    lol that might not be best for the learning curve!

    But just think how easy it will be once she changes to flat shoes!


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