Cheap And Best Shoes in 2023
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
BOBS from Skechers Women's Plush Peace and Love Flat,Black,8 M US
- Classic slip-on with flexible goring wedge insert and layered construction
- Memory foam footbed
- If the W is before the number it's termed as Women's, if the W is after the number it's termed as Wide (Example: w7 is women, 7 w is wide)
- Shock absorbing low profile midsole
New Balance Women's Arishi V2 Fresh Foam Running Shoe, black/rose gold, 8 M US
- Synthetic/Mesh Upper
- NB Response 1.0 Performance Insert
- Engineered Mesh
- No-Sew material application
- Fresh Foam
adidas Women's Ultraboost 20 Running Shoe, Black/Night Metallic/White, 8.5 M US
- Snug, sock-like fit
- Responsive Boost midsole
- adidas Primeknit+ textile upper
- Regular fit
PUMA Men's Tazon 6 Wide Fracture FM Sneaker, Puma Black-Puma Black, 11.5 W US
- Run-Train Performance Sneaker
Skechers Sport Women's Bright Sky Fashion Sneaker, White/Silver, 7 M US
adidas Women's Lite Racer Reborn Running Shoe, White/White/raw Grey, 7.5 M US
- Lightweight, stylish running shoes for everyday use
- Regular fit
- Textile upper for durability
- Combined Cloudfoam midsole and outsole for step-in comfort and superior cushioning
- Enjoy the comfort and performance of OrthoLite Float sockliner; Sock-like construction hugs the foot
Nike Men's Benassi Just Do It Athletic Sandal, Black/White Noir/Blanc, 9.0 Regular US
- SPORTY STYLE: Lightweight sports slide sandal for men with a bold Nike logo embellished on the strap for plush comfort and an athletic look.
- CASUAL COMFORT: Sandal has injected Phylon midsole that doubles as an outsole for lightweight cushioning. Its soft midsole foam and jersey lining provide comfort so you can enjoy a relaxed, premium experience.
- NATURAL MOTION: Men's Nike slides have flex grooves help the slide move with your foot, while foam outsole provides impact protection.
- SPORT SANDAL: Men's slides with one-piece, synthetic leather strap for durability that has jersey lining for a soft feel.
- NIKE SLIDES: Imported with synthetic sole
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
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The Red Shoes
I buy a pair of used shoes at a hospice thrift shop.
Firehouse red, they are. Or, as known to others, "do-me" red. They're shiny, too, but too cute to be called slutty. Having modest heels (my podiatrist would actually approve) and dainty red bows on the tops, I'd call them flirty. They're downright irresistible, and in excellent condition.
I bought them for $10 at a hospice thrift shop.
A hospice thrift shop? you ask, thinking, My God. Not only does she buy used shoes, but dead people's used shoes.
Well, I'm not ashamed of either. Okay, maybe a little about them being used. But the dead part, not one bit.
Look. It's not like I waited by the woman's deathbed and wrenched them off her feet as she took her last breath. Or that she fought for them, leaving claw-marks down the sides (although, if there was ever a pair of shoes worth fighting for, these are the ones). And it's not like I read the obituaries every day, hoping a woman with a closet full of Ann Kleins, Jimmy Choos or Guccis -- and was a confirmed size 7 -- has dropped dead. If that was the case, I'd be prying opal rings off of bony fingers and diamond earrings off of dry, shriveled ears.
I would never go that far.
I don't think.
Say what you will. In the final analysis, I think this is what matters: If the dead woman had known me, she'd have wanted me to have them.
I know this as surely as I do that macaroni and cheese and Nutella won't bring back my waistline.
I am the woman who, in better economic times, passed an obscene number of hours in shoe sections of every major department store (and Marshall's Super-Shoe Outlets) from here to Idaho. (I live in New Jersey.) Who matched her clothing to her shoes, rather than the other way around. Whose computer screen-saver is a close-up of her cherished blue butterfly mules (purchased online four minutes after she learned she owed $1,300 in taxes).
I am also the woman who has developed Achille's tendonitis, and is warned by her podiatrist not to wear high heels or flats.
This effectively retires 98.3% of my adorable shoe collection.
It is a barbed swizzle stick through my heart, causing anguish on par with that of my parking trials.
You know what I think?
I think if the dead woman had known me, she'd have left me all of her shoes, and a couple of scarves for good measure.