Best Shoes For Salesman in 2023
Skechers Performance Men's Go Walk 4 Incredible Walking Shoe, Black, 12.5 M US
- Radically lightweight ; Tapering midfoot design for improved arch support ; Side S logo
- Bamboo lined footbed for anti bacterial odor control
Brooks Womens Ghost 11 Running Shoe - Black/Ebony - B - 9.5
- SHOE SIZE: "B" = Medium width, "D" = Wide width
- FOOT SUPPORT: Ideal for runners with a medium to high arch looking for neutral support.
- BALANCED, SOFT CUSHIONING: BioMoGo DNA and DNA LOFT cushioning work together to provide a just-right softness underfoot without losing responsiveness and durability—yet it feels lighter than ever.
- SMOOTH, STABLE RIDE: The Segmented Crash Pad is designed to adapt to each foot fall, so no matter how your foot lands, you’ll enjoy the smoothest ride possible.
- SOFT, SECURE FIT: The newly engineered mesh upper practically disappears on foot with strategically placed stretch and structure where you need it most.
Mizuno Men's Wave Rider 23 Running Shoe, dark shadow, 11.5 D US
- The Wave Rider 23's Mizuno Wave cushioning technology provides ultra soft comfort in a super secure fit
- Lightweight and breathable mesh upper offers controlled temperatures and top unwavering performance
- Wave Rider 23 features a dual compound midsole using U4ic and U4icX technologies for unrivalled responsiveness and exhilarating runs
- This neutral favorite works best for slight underpronation all the way to very slight overpronation. For moderate overpronation the Wave Horizon 3 or Wave Inspire 15 would be best.
High Heels Are Murder (Josie Marcus, Mystery Shopper)
Saucony Men's Cohesion TR10 Trail Runner, Black/Grey/Yellow, 12 M US
ASICS Women's Gel-Kahana 8 Running Shoe, Black/Ice Green/Hot Orange, 8 Medium US
- Rear foot GEL Cushioning System: Attenuates shock during impact phase and allows for a smooth transition to midstance.
- SpEVA Midsole Material: Improves bounce back characteristics and decreases midsole breakdown.
- DuoMax Support System: A dual density midsole system positioned to enhance support and stability, positioned sport specifically.
- Trusstic System Technology: Reduces the weight of the sole unit while retaining the structural integrity of the shoe.
- Trail Specific Outsole: Reversed lugs provide uphill and downhill traction on all types of terrain.
Camp Idol - a New Summer Camp for Kids
Starting this summer, kids age 12 to 15 from all over the country will converge on a small town in Western Massachusetts, hoping to use the camp as a springboard to fame and fortune.
In early July, 700 kids - selected not by their singing ability but by a written essay - will descend on Northfield, Massachusetts. Celebrity artists, past contestants on the show and other "surprise" guests will attend sessions, and there will also be more traditional summer camp activities, such as swimming and field sports.
The camp is set up, not as a fast lane to fame and riches on the highly-rated television show, but to learn vocal performance, choreography, set-building, music video production, and possibly most important to some of the attendees - how to audition. "It's structured to provide an inspiring environment that's all about self-esteem, self-empowerment, self-expression, and friendship," said Felicity Carr, director of sponsorship and live events for FreemantleMedia, co-producer of the television show.
Telling people the camp won't be about competition, the author says, is "like having a military boot camp ... but saying, 'Oh, we're actually pacifists,'" Halpern continues. "Everyone knows what 'American Idol' stands for." But the camp literature and application makes clear that being selected for the camp does not guarantee a spot on the Fox television show, nor does it have any affect on any future audition.
But don't be surprised if some of the Idol Camp participants leave a little bit confused, says M.J. Santilli, who runs a popular blog devoted to the television show. The camp is being billed as "you can be anything you want, no matter how talented you are, and you're all winner," Santillia said. "Well, that's not what 'Idol' is about. 'Idol' is about, well, most of you [stink], and get lost."
The applications to the camp became available Friday, and for the winners of the essay contest, a "passion for the performing arts" is paramount, Carr said. But just as there will be no required singing in order to qualify, there will be no final contest at the end of the week. Even so, it's a "good bet that youngsters will come to Idol Camp with the show in mind," according to Jake Halpern, author of "Fame Junkies: The Hidden Truths Behind America's Favorite Addiction."
The 700 selected campers will be grouped into four sessions of no more than 175 students. The camp is being housed at the Northfield Campus of the Northfield Mount Hermon School, which has previously hosted camps focused on soccer and Ultimate Frisbee.
The camp will cost $2,900 per student for 10 days. That includes room and board, classes in singing, dancing and acting, and souvenirs. There will also be a "certain percentage" of students eligible for full scholarships based on financial need. Carr recommends families begin applying now. The "winning" essays will be announced beginning March 9.