Salutations Steven, et. al!
Due to my crazy work schedule, I had only been able to wear these critters doing somewhat sedentary activities before/after my shift until I finally got a free day! Not only did I use it to see what I could do running [a lot faster than I expected and far more fun,too] but I used the day to give the Invisible Shoes a good acid test/workout by going to a large park on my city's outskirts with a good hiking trail! How did they fare?
Well, first off let me say that they did quite well climbing on slopes up to 45 degree inclines on gravel, dirt,grass, woodchips and even mud. It amazed me that these critters no more than 4 millimeters in thickness could actually grip whatever terrain I was putting them through- sometimes even better than other hiking boots with treads thicker than 4 millimeters! I wondered how this was possible, then I realized that by by curling my instep,toes and crooks of toes I was able to grip it better than barefoot using the tiny studs as though they were part of my soles thanks to the fantastic flexibility! This especially proved true climbing onto fallen trees. Oh, yeah and I was climbing the hillsides faster and more sturdily than folks in their 20s wearing their s-words! I credit the Invisible Shoes but I also think working out on Ellipse machines thrice weekly instead of texting all the time gave me better stamina. They wondered how my feet stayed clean while their s-words got all muddy but the thing they didn't see or take advantage of was that many of these muddy parts had fast running clear creeks right next to them so I was able to give my feet [and Invisible Shoes] instant, invigorating baths- not that getting my feet muddy wasn't fun in itself but those creeks were refreshing! Yeah, I can see that these critters turned an ordinary walk in the park into an amusement park- with me as the ringmaster and clown!
Oh, and before I forget- remember how I mentioned doing martial arts kicks to get the Invisible Shoes dry? Well, I had so much fun doing that, that I've started doing sets of those every single day whether my feet are wet or not- and I have noticed a markedly increased flexibility in my legs and that the angle of the kicks are getting higher. Maybe one day, I'll be able to touch nose with toes. One thing I think should be mentioned re Invisible Shoes is that when kicking, they have an excellent recoil so you can tell exactly how hard a kick you've unleashed which regular shoes+ foot gloves would muffle, bare feet would give no feedback- and ordinary flip-flops would have it negated due to having to grip those toes to keep them on! So, anyone reading interested in martial arts, these may be the best footwear to practice those kicks in.
I wish you all well and thanks again for making the Invisible Shoes[ and reading this]!
Needless to say, it's our PLEASURE when someone else discovers the fun we've been having with Invisible Shoes for the last 18 months!
Send some pictures if you get a chance (of you, of your feet, of you *and* your feet… whatever)
Glad the posts have helped. Not sure about the photos as yet. I'm a bit of a Luddite re scanning photos- and I don't want my images to fry any servers. LOL
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