After a pedicure, especially when you want to run errands after you’ve just been pampered, you realize how important it is to keep a pair of sandals in your car.
I hate walking around in those paper sandals they give you. I always trip when I wear them, and my feet look like I just walked through a coalmine after I finish my errands. Nowadays I toss a pair of sandals in the back of my car so I can slip them on after a pedicure. Kushyfoot seems to have a solution for this kind of issue at a very reasonable price.
→ Buy the Kushyfoot Sandal Flats to Go, $9.99, at kushyfoot.com.
Kushyfoot is a hosiery manufacturer that started making comfortable “flats to go.” I like their products because they are simple and inexpensive. I wouldn’t say it’s the highest quality shoe, but what do you expect for a quick solution and for 10 bucks?
Kushyfoot’s “flats to go” are great if you are walking to a restaurant and need to change into your heels before you enter. I know this sounds weird, but I have done this before. They actually have cute ballerina flats that make you feel like you aren’t wearing any shoes.
→ Buy the Kushyfoot Fleecy Leopard Print Flats to Go, $9.99, at kushyfoot.com.
I think if I was out of town and I needed a pair of flats, then I would definitely purchase a pack of these flats to go. But, I don’t think I would order them online to have just in case. I think this is a great business concept as a spontaneous purchase.
I reviewed the black open toe flats and they weren’t the cutest of styles, but it did get the job done. I did wear them after my pedicure and I felt comfortable walking in them. I don’t think I would wear them out unless I had to.
→ Buy the Kushyfoot Open Toe Flats to Go, $9.99, at kushyfoot.com.
I think the company has a great website for different needs. I liked their foot cushions, although I wasn’t able to try them out, so it is difficult to say if they get the job done.
I still think the “flats to go” is a great concept when you need it. If you are walking around all day and don’t have flats with you, and you don’t want to purchase $30 flats, then you can grab a pair of Kushyfoots and reuse them again. I like that they come in a compact, small bag making it much easier to carry in your purse without getting anything dirty.
Kim Moshtaghi is a contributing writer for Adventures in the Stiletto Jungle. Born in Germany, Kim is currently based in sunny Del Mar, California, where she also serves as Stiletto Jungle's Director of Sales and Promotions. Kim has a communications degree, a third degree black belt, and a totally covetable Gucci handbag collection.