56 thoughts on “You don't need more than 10 shoes.

  1. Anonymous says:

    id say practically you dont need more the 6 pairs of footwear:
    1 open toe versitile
    1 athletic shoe
    1 work/hiking boot
    1 rain boot
    1 formal shoe
    1 additional in accordance to whatever it is you do for a living that can be swapped oit with the closest equivalent above so you aren’t wearing the same shoe every day and they can air out.

    • Anonymous says:

      This, but I’d pare it down to 3-4
      – Sandals
      – Dress shoes
      – Walking boots
      – Winter boots

      But I also wonder if specific boots for some sport (aka ski boots or rock climbing slippers) count towards this number?

      I’ll buy ten more pairs of shoes, you’ll never stop me. Pry Italian leather from my cold, dead hands

      Your blind consumption is never going to fill the void in your soul.

      • Anonymous says:

        How is it blind consumption if i wear them and make educated decisions you hecknut. I wish anons would stop caring about what others did with their lives when it had zero impact on them. Its the most pathetic shit to let another man take up so much room in your head, neurotic

    • Anonymous says:

      This, but I’d pare it down to 3-4
      – Sandals
      – Dress shoes
      – Walking boots
      – Winter boots

      But I also wonder if specific boots for some sport (aka ski boots or rock climbing slippers) count towards this number?

      […]
      Your blind consumption is never going to fill the void in your soul.

      this is the fashion board

    • Anonymous says:

      This, but I’d pare it down to 3-4
      – Sandals
      – Dress shoes
      – Walking boots
      – Winter boots

      But I also wonder if specific boots for some sport (aka ski boots or rock climbing slippers) count towards this number?

      […]
      Your blind consumption is never going to fill the void in your soul.

      converse for summer
      doc martens for winter
      salomons for hiking
      black brogues for formal

      literally what else do you need

          • Anonymous says:

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            the high tops are associated with gays, along with doc martens are the quintessential "dyke" shoe. broguing on black shoes (dare I say, at all) is just queer to say the least

            >brogues
            >formal
            vomitus

            just more rootless americans filtered by brogues

          • Anonymous says:

            corny maybe to a rootless american, but rootless americans also created the country as it is today so i think its safe to ignore their opinions, especially on culture

          • Anonymous says:

            corny maybe to a rootless american, but rootless americans also created the country as it is today so i think its safe to ignore their opinions, especially on culture

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            >Given Sean Connery’s rugged appearance and rough charm, Hamilton initially thought he was an appalling person and was not attracted to him until she saw him in a kilt, declaring him to be the most beautiful thing she had ever seen in her life.

            the american mind cannot comprehend the power of scottish formal attire

            Not an American but for someone so disapproving of American taste you sure love hecking talking about them constantly like they’re some kind of boogeyman.

            They’re simply not formal attire. They never have been. Not in Europe, not in America, not anywhere. Nothing you say will change this fact, but that’s okay, since I’m sure you don’t get let into a lot of black tie events anyway.

          • Anonymous says:

            >they’re not formal attire
            brogues are the standard formal shoes with kilts you clueless stupid. don’t talk about european culture or formal attire if you don’t know basic shit about either.
            if you’re not american you do a good impression of one and every time you speak on shit you clearly know nothing about im gonna call you one, especially since calling you one clearly pissed you off to the point of stupidation. tragic behaviour

          • Anonymous says:

            aye i’m sure it does for a dementia patient like yourself, but for those of us who can keep track of a conversation it’s pretty hecking simple: you made the deeply embarrassing error of pretending to know anything about anything when you clearly can’t even tie your own shoelaces together, and have been very quickly revealed as the thoughtless frothing stupid you were born as. embarrassing.

          • Anonymous says:

            >americans have to outsource tough guys cus they dont have any themselves
            lol, lmao even. devastating self own there anon
            come glasgow, see how a real country treats the modern american male and pray that you dont come back to the states with a smile on your face

          • Anonymous says:

            Don’t act tough buddy, in America we dont bother to punch a shithead like you, we just shoot you.
            Euros think they’re so tough because there’s no risk of you instantly dying

          • Anonymous says:

            >dont act tough buddy!
            do americans actually think this is a intimidating way to talk LOL

            >s-stop insulting me, i-ill shoot!!!!!
            no wonder your police have problems with this. and your schools. and your inner cities. afraid to deal with problems like men, you once again outsource your strength because you have none yourself. many such cases. sad!

          • Anonymous says:

            >no wonder your police have problems with this. and your schools. and your inner cities.
            We dont care about those shitholes

          • Anonymous says:

            >schools? we dont care about those shitholes!
            it writes itself.
            youve got to be trolling at this point, and for your own sake i hope you are, it would definitley be a sneaky way to run away from you getting BTFO in the first place. if you arent trolling though LOL what a dunce

          • Anonymous says:

            >Glasgow
            A city so bad, they had to come up with a name for the unexplained lower life expectancy of Glaswegians even when accounting for poverty and other factors. You’ve got no reason to be keeling over seven years before the average binge-drinking Britbong, yet you do it anyways.

          • Anonymous says:

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            the high tops are associated with gays, along with doc martens are the quintessential "dyke" shoe. broguing on black shoes (dare I say, at all) is just queer to say the least

            >brogues
            >formal
            vomitus

            There’s nothing wrong with them, it’s just they’re not a formal shoe. You look corny.

            >Given Sean Connery’s rugged appearance and rough charm, Hamilton initially thought he was an appalling person and was not attracted to him until she saw him in a kilt, declaring him to be the most beautiful thing she had ever seen in her life.

            the american mind cannot comprehend the power of scottish formal attire

    • Anonymous says:

      You don’t "need" anything.

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      what’s wrong with converse

      the high tops are associated with gays, along with doc martens are the quintessential "dyke" shoe. broguing on black shoes (dare I say, at all) is just queer to say the least

      • Anonymous says:

        I suppose if I really wanted to I could buy some cheap shoes but I’m trying to make the best of what I have and slowly get enough money for something that will last. I considered 2nd hand shoes but there is strong opposition in my blood for 2nd hand shoes, even if I can clean it just fine, the idea to me is as disgusting as using toilet to an Indian is.

        • Anonymous says:

          >I considered 2nd hand shoes
          literaly the best option for shoes. most of my shoes are secound hand miildy worn it but completely functional that get downpriced like 80%. And I only bother with higher quality brand stuff. Just picked up some 250$ heavy duty winter boots for like 60 bucks. quick scrub down and they’re good to go for 5 years.

          Unless you are on the cutting edge of the fashion scene, there is literally no reason to not.

          • Anonymous says:

            Ditto. Half my dress leather shoes are thrift store finds, I polish them and glue half-soles and heel caps on them. Might need to re-glue some edges once every couple of weeks because I don’t have a good cobbler’s anvil, but I have been wearing a pair for several years now with no damage whatsoever. I could also simply not bother maintaining them beyond polishing them, but I want them to last.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Nice sneakers for restaurants n shit
    Black leather shoes for weddings n stuff
    Everyday sneakers
    Outdoor walking shoes for dry days
    Outdoor shoes for rainy days
    Sandals

  3. Anonymous says:

    Who the hell even needs more than 6-7?

    – Black and brown dress shoes for spring and autumn
    – Black and brown loafers for summer
    – Flip-flops for the beach/pool
    – Sneakers for sports/outdoors activities
    – Leather boots for winter

    Sometimes even I think this is too much.

  4. Anonymous says:

    i have
    3 pairs of sneakers including semi formal dunks
    1 pair of sneakers that turn into work/get rekt shoes after i retire them from the above list
    1 pair of shitty dress shoe
    1 pair of designer dress shoe
    1 pair of flip flops
    1 pair of slippers
    1 pair of hiking boots
    i only the top 4 though because im a shut in.

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