Are Skinners shoe socks worth the hype?

The Skinners shoe sock has a water resistant coating around the foot region

Are Skinners shoe socks worth the hype?

Skinners are vegan friendly

This, according to the company’s Kickstarter page.

I think it means that Skinners won’t attack your vegan friends. They won’t taunt them for not eating meat either.

I think.

Actually, it means that no animals are harmed in the making of these shoe socks.

Skinners sock shoes are the Disney movies of footwear.

No animals are harmed in the making of Skinners shoe socks
This little guy is not hurt in the making of Skinners shoe socks. I can think of a few gardeners who’d kick him while wearing shoe socks, though.

OK, enough of the negativity. The Skinners shoe sock definitely has some good things going for it. I think the makers are just overselling their product.

They do have the following disclaimer on their Kickstarter page: Please remember, Skinners are partly puncture and cut resistant and provide basic protection to your feet. Skinners are not a full-time substitute for regular footwear. They are not recommended for extreme conditions or environments where you would not walk barefoot. Proper and reasonable use is strictly advised.

So, after telling you that the shoe sock is something you can use for everything, they tell you that you shouldn’t use it for everything.

The shoe sock is not your do all shoe. It’s more of a complimentary footwear item.

[bctt tweet=”Wearing Skinners is like giving your feet a few beers and letting them relax by the fireside.”]

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