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Old 01-14-14, 06:10 PM  
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Originally Posted by Debbie S. View Post
Then I started wearing Fitflops. LOVE LOVE this brand.
These are hot in the Philippines!

I am a barefoot girl at home, with Smartwool socks.
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Old 01-14-14, 06:15 PM  
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Originally Posted by PrairieGem View Post
... sometimes my tired feet want something a lot more relaxing and soothing... kind of the shoe equivalent of a soak in a hot tub or a good hug. More substantial than a bedroom slipper, but soft. Cushy. A big ol' aaaahhhh for the feet.
Croc's Duet Plus clogs fit the bill for my wide feet. Only ordered Crocs because of a foot problem this year. Crocs come in three widths (each style comes in only one width, so styles come in three categories -- only mentioned on their website): standard, relaxed, and roomy. The Duet Plus is "roomy" and I wear my orthotics with them (fit in perfectly) so that saves me from feeling the nubs on the soles which I don't always appreciate, and cut off the straps. I wear them at the end of the day when my feet need a massage... I bought mine from Amazon: Duet Plus Crocs.
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Old 01-14-14, 11:57 PM  
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I love my Orthaheel slippers
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Old 01-15-14, 07:36 AM  
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Originally Posted by mizach View Post
I am a barefoot girl at home, with Smartwool socks.
This is me too. The less footwear the better.
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Old 01-15-14, 09:41 AM  
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Originally Posted by ilovemygreatdane View Post
I love the Skechers too. The first time I put on a pair of Go Walks I fell in love. I bought a few different kind, as long as they are memory foam or soft inside. They have quite a few styles, even boots.
Love the Go Walks! I walked all over downtown San Diego in October and my feet never bothered me once even after being on them for three our four hours. Great shoes!
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Old 01-15-14, 10:21 AM  
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Ugg slippers.
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Old 01-17-14, 04:46 PM  
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Ohmigosh, huge thanks to everyone who recommended fleece-lined Crocs. I've had different Crocs in the past but find it hard to find the right fit... today I discovered (while picking up glasses at the mall) that there's a new Croc's retail store there... AND they were having crazy sales!

I was rummaging through the racks as the clerk came buy and asked if I was finding my size OK... "I think so... YES!" said I, slipping into a pair of unisex WM9 fleecy clogs. My feet immediately relaxed and started thanking all the VFers for their excellent advice. I seriously think these are the most comfortable shoes I've ever had on in my life. (For $23, no less!)

...I'm not sure I can bear to leave the house in them (they do have a distinct aesthetic deficit, alas ), but that's OK. I work from home anyway! (And for the days I absolutely have to go out, I also bought a pair of their more mainstream, Dansko-esque leather clogs--normally $70--for $14!!)
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