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Do you ever wear closed shoes without socks?

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No, it is something I don;t like as the shoes can end up "smelly".
I could do it with runners and of course I DO do it with summer shoes that are open, but never wear a runner without socks.

A lot of men seem to do it for some reason. I find it not so comfortable.
by Finy
Is it just me, or do those feet seem to be back to front . . .?
by Rice
Absolutely. All the time. I don't own any socks. My Sketchers are so comfortable that I don't need any socks. Sketchers are like walking on air.
Me too Lluxi, I just love my Sketchers! I'd stick them in the wash if they got smelly. I haven't tried wearing them with or without cotton sox, only nylon 'no sees' which do make the 'no sees' smelly! When I buy a white or black Sketchers just for my morning walks, I'll try & wear them without sox, which I would rather do anyway. I wear them every day I go out wearing my dresses. So good!
by Miro
No for me too. my feet stick to the shoes without some sort of foot covering! Bare feet can lift the inner soles and stick to the bottom of the feet, also not a nice feeling without socks and can produce blisters etc! There are so many various no show types, thin and thick around that it can give the illusion of no socks. Footwear fit better with a "sock" and do protect the feet.
I can, for all of 10 minutes.........then it's ''where are my socks''!#*#!
More protection for the feet with socks. I too have a pair of Sketchers but find they smell even with a brief wearing so it's sneakers and socks for me.
My shoes tend to smell, no matter what shoes I wear, but I put talc in my shoes and they smell sweet every time.
by Lluxi
No, it's uncomfortable. There's nothing worse than getting some dirt in a shoe when you're not wearing socks. Yuck!
Time to buy some Sketchers :)
No, I can't. . . . I would end up with blisters.
by Rice
I wouldnt get blisters but they would smell after a while with no socks....yukkkk
by Finy
I have lots & lots of sox. I can't wear my lace up walkers without sox. When my Sketchers 'joggers' wear out ( 1'd bought 3prs of plain white ones) I'll buy extra non lace up Sketchers for walking in, & wear 'no see' sox with them. I wish those sox were cotton & not nylon.
by Miro
Yesterday I tried wearing my Skechers without 'sockettes' & they were very ok during most of my 3k walk, but by the time I got home, I had a blister on the side of 1 of my toes! No, I won't be trying that again! Ouch!
by Miro
No. My feet feel uncomfortable without socks if I am wearing closed shoes. I have certainly noticed the sock-less fashion but it's not for me.
I have to wear no-see sockettes with my runners, walkers or whatevers. However, I don't think you are supposed to wear sockettes with "sports" shoes. I was told they have special lining in them.
Biut I get blisters and my feet sweat without socks.
IT depends on the shoe. I can do it with espidrilles but not runners
by AJ
No way, even the thought of it "feels" disgusting in my mind. Very uncomfortable.
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