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I hate to be the naysayer, but these shoes don't really work for me. A shoe with a strap is essentially dynamic; it must (at the very least!) appear to be functional. A well-designed monk will show tension at the buckles. This is the basic drama of the monk. A double monk is a bit trickier, but potentially even more pleasing and beautiful--at its best the double monk will show the straps being pulled in slightly opposing directions as the shoe is fastened. As in this Koji Suzuki shoe:Originally Posted by pejsek
Well, yes, rnoldh. You're certainly right. That's exactly what I would do. I was simply trying to give some reasonably sensible advice to those not so fortunately situated! I don't think most here would take me seriously if I suggested they save their $800 and buy a lifetime's worth of shoes at the thrift store.Originally Posted by pejsek