Mr. Pineapple Head. I'm in talks with Playskool.
I don't remember how I came by them, or the exact date I got them, but I'm thinking my mom probably got these slippers for me for Xmas sometime back in Reno? Ma, can you confirm?
I aim to give you some information about what could be a life changing piece of footwear.
Beat Up Old Slippers!!
Let us not waste time with fancy technical manufacturer specs, here's what I say:
This is a Zero Drop piece of footwear.
I can't tell what the overall stack height is, or was. Let's say 12mm, and I'm gonna call the cushion "Somnambulate Satisfaction"
That's 12mm of plush responsiveness right there.
There is no Post underfoot. Post is the fancy word used for the build under the arch in Stability shoes. If you over-pronate maybe stick a freakin' pair of Superfeet in 'em, I bet that'd be comfortable.
Unless you're running in snow over 6 inches deep, you won't need gaiters.
Although you can wear them on all terrains, the grip of these is less than ideal on technical trail. (See Pineapple picture above)
The lacing system is simple and easy to use.
The slipper is the one on the left, the one with no laces at all. Doesn't get any simpler.
They weigh in at 5 grams each. I know that because I guessed.
Other than my Merrell Vapor Gloves, this has possibly been the best pair of footwear I've owned.
Camping? Hell ya! These aren't galoshes, but they're pretty durable, and warm!
That's my angry face, because I'm cold.
Walking the dog? Dunno, I don't have a dog.
Snowboarding? No. Hell no.
Cleaning the catbox? Sure why not.
That is a bigcatbox.
Rolling Sushi? Yep.
Can you wear these Mountain Biking?
Only if they match your killer cycling kit.
And maybe everyone doesn't want a spouse, but I bet everyone wants a quality slipper.
If you have a favorite slipper, or just want to share stupid pics of you doing stuff wearing slippers, please post below.
Thanks for reading,