Thursday, May 1, 2008

Sassy Fashion Thursday: Get Your Rear in Gear

Okay. Not the most fashionable footwear in the world. Is that an understatement? It may be. But the benefits could possibly outweigh their appearance. Toned legs? Tighter rear? Hmmm... yes.

Masai Sneakers are the latest thing to be worn by celebrities and un-lebrities alike. Since the bottom is rounded it's akin to walking around on an exercise ball. You know. That thing you keep in the spare room or coat closet and always say you're going to take out and use but never really do? These shoes work your muscles while you're walking around doing your day-to-day stuff.


Given, Katherine Heigl would look in anything, but...

Skeptical? Watch this quick video and hear the testimony. But for $245? Well, it's cheaper than a gym membership.

Tell you what. Someone give me a pair, I'll test them, and come back with honest results. Eh? Sounds good to me.
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8 Comments:

Lalena said...

$245!!! Yikes!

Nicole said...

I have a friend that got something similar in flip-flops for $50 or $60 (I think). Still incredibly ugly, but she claims they work.

Ati2ude said...

$245?! Ha! Try not having them in a job where you walk on cement for 8 hours a day. Think of the long term impact on your spine, the degeneration of discs and the medical bills down the road....not so bad afterall...

Jeremy said...

Reminds me of the speed shoes which were also featured in an episode of Seinfeld...maybe the ugliest creation ever but supposedly made you run faster and jump higher.

Lalena said...

What in the world do you wear them with? Skinny jeans? I think not.

Milk and Honey said...

umm, they remind me of a combo of the skater shoes/ raver shoes people used to wear when I was in highschool! I think I will stick to chasing my boys around...

Bee Repartee said...

Are you kidding? Those are ugly. This means they are comfortable, I guess. Isn't that the way it is? (Crocs, Burks)

Did you get my email chicka?

Bee Repartee said...

Today I went to like.com and I think I'm in love with a pair of Steve Madden shoes. In love, I say!