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Old 09-05-2008, 09:01 AM   #21
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DH is on his feet all day, traveling to customer sites. He swears by the Ecco shoes--he's had the same pair for two years and they are still in pretty good shape....
I have several pair of Ecco's that go back to the mid-90s still wearable and great for increasingly rare black shoe events. I shouldn't need to buy any new ones until I run through bucket no. 1.

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Old 09-05-2008, 05:01 PM   #22
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Originally Posted by HFWR View Post
Kohl's is where I buy most of my shoes. But then, 80% of the time I'm wearing running shoes, 1
Same here - get 2 pair of running shoes a year at Kohl's, dress shoes/other maybe every 3 years

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I've taken a liking to Keen shoes, especially the closed toe sandals. The styling of the street shoes are a little unique, but they are comfortable. I buy mine at REI and Zappos.

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Hmmm - of all the shoe types I've had since 1958(high school) to now my two favorites:

LA style white fishermans boots and penny loafers. I like the looks of L.L. Bean moccasins but never bought any.

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DW swears by for buying. I agree that styles these days remind me of what we used to call orthopedic shoes back whe I was in jr. high school.

Personally, I've been living in Croc flip flops, incredibly comfortable. If I have to dress up I'll struggle into my blue suede Topsiders. I do like Rockport and Keen, at least back when I was a shoe-wearing member of society.

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