I have searched but could not find any real discussions on driving shoes. Does anyone wear them? Pros/Cons? Suggestions or just a waste of time?
Yes pictures please.I have a pair on right now. I live in them in the house, using them as slippers. I actually have three pairs. I'll do pics if anyone is interested.
No, lol, I just got off their site though!Piloti's?
Agreed! But I AM incredibly handsome, and I look even better, being mistaken QUITE often for a YOUNG Paul Newman.I dislike driving and try to keep it to a minimum but I prefer soles which are not too thick so I have better pedal control. Any shoes which are comfortable enough to wear at home are fine for driving which is solely on urban roads in a modest mid sized manual gearbox family car, averaging 75 miles per week. The idea of shoes specifically for driving, for me, seems a little silly.
True. Look at the difference in my ancient J&M slipper thingies and the Born ones that are not used much outside of the house.I have a pair of Rockport loafer style driving shoes.
I like them very much. The heel is rockered up the back making using gas pedal easier than a regular walking heel. They are nice, light weight and supple.
Using them as regular use shoes wears them out sooner as the soles are a softer less hard material.