Kushyfoot Sandals Flats To Go: Worse for Wear(er)

I don’t usually write product reviews, especially negative ones. But I felt compelled to share this one. In the past couple of years, I have found myself wearing high heels less and less often which is infuriating since I have a closetful of cute shoes that I rarely wear.

Nevertheless, the other day I threw cation to the wind and wore a pair of Vince Camuto booties to work. By the end of the day, I switched to a spare set of kitten heels I had in the office since I had to run around town doing errands.

A couple of hours later, limping, I headed over to a drugstore to see if I could find a pair of cheap flip flops to get me home.

I didn’t find any. What I came across was a pair of Kushyfoot Sandals Flats to Go for $9.99. I’ve always been a fan of Kushyfoot stockings and although I couldn’t see how much support the sandals offered in spite of the see-through packaging I thought myself what the heck and bought them.

I was quite dismayed when I went outside and ripped open the packaging in search of relief was that the sandals were literarily no better than paper held together by a few pieces of elastic.

Unsure and torn between returning them for a refund or limping home, I decided to just push forward since I was exhausted and too tired to hobble back to the long line inside.

I was terrified I would cut my feet open on the rough, dirty streets near Times Square, or that I would stub my toes or worse that some or hurried or careless soul would stomp on my naked feet.

I was really dissapointed with this purchase and felt that the paper booties they give you in  the hospital were basically the equivalent of this “sandal.”

if you ever find yourself looking for respite for tired feet, do yourself a favor and skip these all together.

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