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    Posted: 01 July 2007 at 12:54am
Originally posted by reifidom reifidom wrote:

Originally posted by Ticalxx421 Ticalxx421 wrote:





Jerusalum Cruising Shoes....at least thats what we call them where I live.

I bought my last pair of flip flops in Mexico...for $12(US). Comfy and cheap.

I have a pair of the adidas "sea of nubbins" sandals that I use as shower shoes at work. They are only comfortable for a short time...back and forth to the shower is about all I a can stand.
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Originally posted by Yomillio Yomillio wrote:

I have the Calissage.  I think they're way more comfortable than the nubby ones - those can be painful after a while.  I guess if you wear them a lot they are okay, but for the whole period before that its annoying.

Originally posted by choopie911 choopie911 wrote:

So I bought these today, but blue/ white, not black. The nubbins are smaller/ pretty comfy, and the strap is as comfortable as I'd hoped. I can return them for up to 15 days, but so far so good.

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i had the nubby ones, they suck and hurt your feet. my brother has the calissage, and those are a lot better, but still kind of uncomfortable. now i have the chayaassage, and these are by far the best. they are comfortable, don't hurt your feet, and everyone that i let wear them said these are the best ones they felt. definatly recommended

http://www.shoebuy.com/adidas-chayassage-2/156833/362315


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Are the SuperNova Slide, or whatever you guys were calling it, are they the memory foam feeling ones?

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So I bought these today, but blue/ white, not black. The nubbins are smaller/ pretty comfy, and the strap is as comfortable as I'd hoped. I can return them for up to 15 days, but so far so good.
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The nubbins just kill my feet.

Feel like they're on fire if I walk on them for more than 5 minutes.
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Cool, ima go sandal shopping after work I think
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Originally posted by High Voltage High Voltage wrote:

I used to have those, both styles, and while they were comfortable, I would not buy them again. I have the Supernova Slide adidas sandals now. Pure win.I like my color scheme though..


I agree the supernova slide is the most comfortable sandal that Adidas make. The adisage sandals dont seem to bother my feet and I wear them daily since I wear Steel Toe boots at work and I like to air out my feet while not at work.

You can find Adisage for like 20 bones US in most places now daays.. They are a good back up sandal but some have problems with the innersole.
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I used to wear the addidas sandals all the time, before it became stupid to wear anything but rainbows.  I always thought the santiossages were more comfy.
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I got some flip flops from Aeropostle for like $3 the other day.
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I have the Calissage.  I think they're way more comfortable than the nubby ones - those can be painful after a while.  I guess if you wear them a lot they are okay, but for the whole period before that its annoying.
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Originally posted by reifidom reifidom wrote:

Originally posted by Ticalxx421 Ticalxx421 wrote:

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I have sandals similar to those that are now... 13 years old and have been
to four different countries and to the majority of US states. They're
broken in. I love them. They cost me $30.

Edit: No socks worn with them. Ever.




Yeah those sandals are great...I have a pair myself..well HAD a pair. I
accidentally set mine on fire...

I like to go bare foot and walk around in my neighborhood shirtless, and
with a 40oz of malt liquer...

That > anything else
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Originally posted by Ticalxx421 Ticalxx421 wrote:



I have sandals similar to those that are now... 13 years old and have been to four different countries and to the majority of US states. They're broken in. I love them. They cost me $30.

Edit: No socks worn with them. Ever.

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I personally Perfer the whole Flooded pant/Jesus Sandal4000 model equiped with a fresh pair of knee highs


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The nubbins are alright while you're wearing them but your feet feel akward for a while after you take the sandles off. You can definately find a more comfortable pair.



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I used to have those, both styles, and while they were comfortable, I would not buy them again. I have the Supernova Slide adidas sandals now. Pure win.



I like my color scheme though..

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I like those adidas sandals. but i don't think they are becoming popular. i mean they've been kinda big since the mid-90's. hell even i had a pair when i was in 3rd grade.

go with the black. more versitile.
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i know most riders are crap and they fall apart and give blisters, BUT i found this reallllllly simple pair in athletes world one time, no flare no Fluorescent colours, just a really simple black rider sandle(think of the most basic sandle design.... thats what they looked like) , it turned out to be super comfortable and really durable, if you see those, try em on.
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