- Jan 26, 2008
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I am talking about the ones where you just buy for the looks and not for any practical purposes (like jogging). Won't the heel get worn down in a like a month and then you have to buy a new pair? Then do people really spend like $1200 a year on new shoes? What about the creasing near the toes? Won't that ugly up the sneaker? I guess that is not a problem since 90% of people wear ugly shoes so yours won't stand out anyways. Then why spend so much money on those "high-end" sneakers? Sneakers are sneakers, they will always be low-end footwear, who are these designers trying to fool? You can't add some patent leather or suede and think it will compete with dress shoes. And back to sneakers, how do you deal with the dirt, it is pretty hard to clean off, it will at to the dirty look and help your expensive sneakers blend in with the average shoes that most other people wear, money well spent I see. And why do people wear Chuck Taylor shoes, not only are they ugly they are uncomfortable and they are made of cloth, comon, that is not right.