After I wrote that post my SweetiePie said to just toss the shoes out and "move on". Well, I have never been one to just accept something. My Mom often referred to the trait as"stubborn as a mule" (it's a Southern thing!!). But I started researching the one shoe market and was really surprised to find that it's a pretty large market. When I was telling SweetiePie about it he said maybe it was a good thing because it could become a new area for sales. While, I don't think I would concentrate on the one shoe market heavily I would look more at shoes to see if I could sell the better one of a pair for more than the pair.
So, I have listed 2 1/2 pairs of the three pair that were mismatched. I need a shoelace for one shoe so I am on the look out for one and if all else fails I'll purchase one.
Although for the life of me I don't see an amputee playing golf with this shoe.
They are the ones with metal spikes, not the soft spike ones. I was looking at the spikes and wondering if you could replace the metal spikes with the new soft plastic ones. I'm sure that a golfing buyer would know.
These make more sense.
The soles are made to be slip resistant and do their job very well. I can see an amputee using these on multiple surfaces not just a boat deck because of the stability.
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