How cold must it get before you stop wearing sandals?

@urbandekay (18312)
September 24, 2012 3:48pm CST
Now every right thinking person prefers to wear sandals, no need to bother with washing socks and all that malarkey. And nice cool feet but hold cold must the temperature be before you wear other foot wear. Do you, like me, wait till it is actually snowing? all the best, urban
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@JohnRok1 (2051)
24 Sep 12
My feet need support even through the summer, so I'm afraid I wear shoes throughout. Also, sandals are brilliant at picking up pebbles.
@urbandekay (18312)
25 Sep 12
Yet another advantage of sandals all the best urban
@JohnRok1 (2051)
25 Sep 12
If you see this as an advantage, why don't you go the whole hog and walk on spikes - pointing upward? Eat your hearts out, fakirs!
@urbandekay (18312)
25 Sep 12
From the sublime to the ridiculous, some things are matters not of kind but of degree all the best urban
@williamjisir (22903)
• China
25 Sep 12
Now after the long summer vacation and back to school, I am not wearing my sandals any more. I am wearing my shoes to work every day to make myself look formal back to work. Back home, I wear slippers and I feel very comfortable with them. Take care.
@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
24 Sep 12
I am like you. I wait until it is snowing. In the meantime, I wear black socks or stocking with my sandals, and I switch to the sandals that I have to wear socks with because they hurt the top of my feet if I wear them when I am bare legged. Of course, I have wide feet, high arch, and bunions and I also have to look for socks that are not itchy. Shoes sort of hurt my feet. I would love to get boots for my wide front and narrow ankles, but no luck unless they are old lady boots and just go half way up my calves.