Discussion in 'Fan Zone' started by LatinMind, Jan 23, 2014.
I think I'm going to vomit.
Don't be too hasty. Pair them shoes with a shiny orange business suit and you will be in bidness. I would buy such a trusou.
Nike is great. I can actually buy fan gear after years of Reebok CRAP.
Great shoes. Perfect for the tropical theme.
Title says it all....yes, please stop.
I'm in my 40s and I actually like them. I've seen the green version to those, looks cool after you get used to the look.
I'm lost. What are the problem with these? They look alright to me.
For those that don't know bright shoes are in. Look at all the running shoes they have bright neon colors and they look great. And it isn't only nike that makes bright color or "loud" shoes.
I agree, it's Freekin Hawaii. When I go on a cruise or a trip to Hawaii I always buy clothes like that. They are not trying to appeal to the old guys anymore, which is exactly the way they should be going...Id be Interested in knowing the age of the folks complaining about it.
Oh my God! They tattooed that man's legs with lots of words and stuff!
That's what you're talking about right?
I shouldn't talk... I've tattooed my own legs so...
I'll just leave this thread as gracefully as I can.
Those were very popular at a clown convention I attended once.
I was going to say, where can I get some???
Yeah, but I don't know about wearing those shoes and then slipping on a helmet with a dolphin on it.
Bunch of guys in here sitting on their porch with a glass of lemonade shaking their fist at kids walking down the street.
If you'll wear those, you'll wear anything...
(in the voice of an old curmudgeon) In my day we wore dress shoes with nails in them to play our foosballin' and we loved it. Now a days these wipper snappers with there "neons" and "fairy dust" bah!
I actually saw a basketball team wearing them on
TV last night. Not sure which one... I was flipping through the channels.
I love them. The more neon the better.
Nike's laces are always too short.
I will never understand how some men have become so incessantly infatuated with shoes.
It once was a better day.