Comment from: Andy Williams [Visitor]
Andy Williams

Socks and sandals are never a good thing surely?!?

01/18/12 @ 11:53
Comment from: james [Member]  

@Andy, Certainly my wife thinks so. Ever since I started wearing toe shoes and sandals, I've also stopped caring what might be good or not to others.

01/18/12 @ 18:58
Comment from: dan [Visitor]
dan

i'm with andy. i cant take anyone seriously who wears socks and sandals. unless it's my grandad...

01/18/12 @ 21:34
Comment from: RunningTim [Visitor]
RunningTim

Earthquake Sandals? Rather ironically named given that running in minimalist shoes lessens the impact you make on the ground :)

01/20/12 @ 02:19
Comment from: james [Member]  

@RunningTime, Perhaps they thought they were so rugged, they would survive an earthquake?

01/21/12 @ 07:58
Comment from: Roger [Visitor]
Roger

Socks with sandals look fine to me. I myself prefer to go sockless though, even in cold weather. My feet are always warm.

02/10/12 @ 19:17
Comment from: Saad [Visitor]  
Saad

Hi James,

Thank you for reviewing the original Bedrock Sandals and the new Earthquake design. Upon reading your review, I've ordered a pair of Earthquakes and they are absolutely amazing.

I am not a frequent runner but I "power" walk very frequently and do sprints as well. I took the Earthquakes to a 6mi "power" walk finishing with sprints on a mixed path (dirt+paved) and they held absolutely fine. I am a strong VFF fan and I was wondering if these huarache sandals were just a Tarahumara fad or a solid option. And they proved flawless for me. I've never tried exercising bare foot yet (except at the beach) but these sandals were kind of liberating.

As for the socks, they are past my weirdo trigger. That's how it goes in France :-)

Again, thank you for taking the time to write such a great review. Keep up the excellent job.

06/30/12 @ 14:59