Best Shoes Under 40 in 2023
adidas Men's Lite Racer BYD Running Shoe, black/white/black, 10.5 M US
- Running shoes with a stretchy build and sock-like fit
- Stretch mesh upper for breathability
- Combined Cloudfoam midsole and outsole for step-in comfort and superior cushioning
- Enjoy the comfort and performance of OrthoLite sockliner
- Sock-like construction hugs the foot
adidas Performance Women's Cloudfoam Pure Running Shoe, White/White/Black, 8 M US
- Women's specific fit
- Cloudfoam memory sockliner and textile lining
- Easy, everyday runners
- Hugs the foot. Lace closure
Skechers Men's Classic Fit-Delson-Camden Sneaker,black/Grey,12 M US
- Air Cooled Memory Foam
- Classic Fit
- Air Cooled
- Bungee Lace
KEEZMZ Men's Running Shoes Fashion Breathable Sneakers Mesh Soft Sole Casual Athletic Lightweight Gray-45
- SUPER LIGHT-WEIGHT, BREATHABLE
- FITTING ADVISE: TRUE TO SIZE!
- Selection of good material, breathable, lightweight, comfortable shoes. Fashion unique durable, safe environmental protection material
- High elastic MD outsole,slip resistant,easy to manage any area;Suitable for party, sports, indoor, outdoor ,any occasion, casual and trend
- Men's Running Shoes Fashion Breathable Sneakers Mesh Soft Sole Casual Athletic Lightweight
Under Armour Men's Charged Assert 8 Running Shoe, Black (001)/White, 10.5
- NEUTRAL: For runners who need a balance of flexibility & cushioning
- Lightweight mesh upper with 3-color digital print delivers complete breathability
- Durable leather overlays for stability & that locks in your midfoot
- EVA sockliner provides soft, step-in comfort
- Charged Cushioning midsole uses compression molded foam for even greater responsiveness & durability, providing optimal cushioning & energy return
adidas Men's Grand Court Sneaker, Grey/White/Grey, 12
- Regular fit
- Lace closure
- Suede upper
- Rubber outsole
adidas Women's Grand Court, Black/White, 8 M US
- Tennis-inspired shoes with pillow-soft cushioning for everyday wear
- Regular fit; Lace closure
- Synthetic leather upper for durability
- Cloudfoam sockliner for comfort and lightweight cushioning
Whitmor Over the Door Shoe Rack - 36 Pair - Fold Up, Nonslip Bars
- Neatly stores and organizes 36 pairs of shoes without taking up additional floor space
- All twelve bars have the ability to fold up to create a more customized storage option for shoes of all sizes and heights
- Constructed of non-slip coated steel bars with white resin sides
- Assembled Dimensions: 7.5 x 22.6 x 74.5 inches
- Easy to assemble, no tools required
- Coated metal bars keep shoes from sliding or falling off
- Non-slip door pads help prevent damage to the door
- For over 70 years, Whitmor has been bringing organization home. If you have questions or problems, please contact us for immediate assistance.
adidas Women's CF QT Racer W Sneaker, Core Black, Core Black,White, 8 M US
- Pattern mesh upper with synthetic suede heel piece
- Seamless 3 Stripes
- Comfortable textile lining
- cloudfoam MEMORY sockliner moulds to the foot for superior step in comfort
PUMA Men's Tazon 6 Wide Fracture FM Sneaker, Puma Black-Puma Black, 11.5 W US
- Run-Train Performance Sneaker
Is New Technology Harming Us?
In our rapidly growing society, are we bound to lose our capability and normal function as human beings? The growing trend of electronics, devices and automatic machines are filling the shoes of mankind's responsibility.
With newer and newer technological features hitting the markets everyday, one has to wonder how easy life can be in the years ahead of us. For many of us techies who enjoy pressing the easy button, we look forward to the day of robotic maids, emotionless companions and a car that fills its own tank when it gets empty. Although the growing number of technological merchandise has a booming market, its plunge is pointed at the very people who created it. We've become so dependent upon these devices it's hard to envision how we could possibly function without them. Are we doomed to lose are capability? There was a way once called, "The good ol' fashioned way." Out with the old, in with the new is what many people say now. The world of technology has opened a door full of opportunities for people to lose their love of learning how to do things on their own.
Child obesity has been a huge problem (no pun intended). As more and more video games are created each year it gives kids an incentive to stay in the house. The more realistic the toys and video games, the less chance of children getting outdoors for exercise and fresh air. Bigger problems may persist if parents continue to support it.
The more simple and convient the technology, the more likely crowds will flock to it. In essence it becomes more favorable for owners to put to use. Thus, we as people may continue to become far too independent on these things. We'll always use dishwashers instead of washing by hand, we'll let auto mowers cut our yards and let talking toys read to our children before bed.
Some of these items prove to be quite frivolous to our spending accounts. Why do we need cell phones that have Microsoft Office and Windows Media if we already have desktops and notebooks at home in the first place? When the new I-phone hit the market it cost consumers $600 a pop! Now the word on the street is that they're down to $200. A lot of people could've been $400 or $600 dollars richer.
How important would learning be at this point if it's so easy to get into this tech industry and support the items that hit the shelves? Many of us will have an unwillingness to learn since these items can read and process memory a lot quicker than we can. Since we live in such a rapid economy where inflation is key, perhaps we should all begin to think twice about how important some of these tech instruments are.