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Anon, you are my kind! I agree that paying for the...

2007-07-16T17:57:00.000-04:00

Anon, you are my kind! I agree that paying for these two types of shoes means being frugal with the wardrobe, but our knees come first. I love the MBT's but opted for the other so I could get a pair of Earth sandals, which I wear constantly. And my posture is certainly "looking up."



I own both Earth and MBT shoes. I only wear the MB...

2007-07-15T23:11:00.000-04:00

I own both Earth and MBT shoes. I only wear the MBTs on paved surfaces. Sometimes the balance just seems too precarious for hiking. And the manufacturers recommend not wearing them on wet surfaces. Having said all that, they really are terrific shoes if you have bad knees like I do. They really lessen the impact. The Earth Shoes are comfy, too. My legs don't feel as fatigued as they used to after a long walk. Needless to say, after spending the money on these shoes, I economize by getting the rest of my wardrobe at thrift stores. But being able to walk in absolute comfort is worth it . . .