Everyone knows that most new shoes need to be broken in a little bit, so why do I ALWAYS forget this fact when it comes to sandals?
Last week I bought myself a new pair of sandals (cheap ones, nothing fancy) that felt very comfortable.
OR SO I THOUGHT.
I wore them for a short outing on Friday and they were good. No problems. I thought I was free and clear to wear them for a longer outing.
Along comes Saturday and I'm out and about all day walking around in these sandals when, BA-BAM (thank you swiffer lady for giving me that expression), shoe burn hits with a vengeance. Do you know what shoe burn is? It's basically a friction burn on the bottoms of your feet when you break in a new pair of sandals.
And it bloody hurts. It feels like you're rubbing the skin right off the bottoms of your feet.
My feet are still a bit tender today.
Shoe burn. It is evil.
You'd think I'd remember by now that this happens every damn time I get a new pair of sandals.
Sometimes I just have the dumb.