Posts Tagged ‘boots’

Learning From Japan, 2013: High-Heeled, Platformed Hiking Boots – Can Your Feet Handle This? Sure, Why Not!

Monday, April 15th, 2013

This gal was invited out on a traditional hike what’s especially popular during cherry blossom season.

It goes over dirt paths and grass and cobblestones and whatnot, so this is the choice she made:

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Japan does not believe in comfortable shoes.

Japan believes in cruel shoes, fashion at any price.

We should all be so fashionable, non?

Abandoned Ski Boots on Masonic a Sure Sign of Our Coming Snow Storm – The Great Blizzard of ’11 Starts, Ends Saturday

Wednesday, February 23rd, 2011

And best of all, they’re just your size!

As seen on Masonic Avenue during yesterday’s evening drive:

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Now, scour the Western A for some yuppie’s abandoned cross-country skis and you’ll be all set for this cold, cold weekend.

Oh we’re gonna rock down to Masonic Avenue/

Haight Shoe Repair – Birkenstock, Welcome!

Wednesday, September 29th, 2010

Or maybe you’d prefer the old sign?

The Yelpers seem to like this store, but they’re hardly unified on the matter.

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San Francisco’s Youthful Tourists Seem to Enjoy Our Fake Cable Cars

Friday, December 11th, 2009

By the looks of things.

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The boys generally looked like stoics compared to the girls.


NB: Uggs are in these days:


All you tourists should consider riding  fake cable cars when in Union Square for Christmas shopping.

Have your driver circle the square endlessly, why not?