I’ve been wanting a pair of CHURCH’S BURWOOD studded model since last year.
First of all, I couldn’t find them because they were not available before the price, and even if they were, they didn’t have the size I wanted in stock.
But recently, I’ve been seeing them in various select stores, as if they were produced all at once.
I finally bought one.
The best thing about CHURCH’S BURWOOD
First and foremost, it looks great!
The huge studs scattered all over are gorgeous and have a strong presence.
And comfort to wear
The toe is wide and the waists are loose, so 7.5 seems to be just right for me, who has one foot 2E, one foot 3E, and both feet about 241mm long.
I thought so when I bought a pair of SANDARS the other day.
A good shoe has a sole that holds your heel and supports your weight.
Or rather, I just like shoes like that. I do.
I’m glad the soles are non-slip.
I don’t like leather soles because I fall down in the station when it’s raining…although they look luxurious.
What made me happy was the information that the studs are hard to remove.
He said that he had never seen studs being removed at shoe stores, and he had never seen them being removed at repair shops either.
I guess the studs are inserted at the right length so that they bite into the leather.
If I had to say what’s not good about it, I would say
It’s glass, so it’s hard. It’s already hard.
So my feet hurt in the morning because the part where my fingers bend hits my instep.
I’m gradually getting used to it, so it won’t be a problem by the time I get to work, but it’s still a pain…
Also, by the time I get home, the jagged edges of the tongue leave marks on my feet.
Well, they don’t hurt me, so it’s not a problem.
I wrote about this the other day, but I feel like one pair of these will take me to a whole new level.
No matter how simple your clothes are, you will feel like an advanced fashionista just by wearing them.
UNIQLO is fine.
The simpler the shoe, the better it looks.
It’s expensive, but I’m glad I went ahead and bought it. I’m so happy. I feel like I’m wearing them twice a week now.
There was a pitfall after this….
To be continued…