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Apparently all sorts of shoes with molded polyurethane soles--hunting boots, riding boots, walking shoes, comfort shoes, etc.-- can succumb to hydrolysis.I spent hours trying to get through to somebody who knew something at Nike, Sanita and Ecco.
Six years ago, on the first day of a vacation in Barcelona, the soles of my Ecco walking shoes had crumbled over a period of a couple of hours.But recently, we got proof of exactly how crazy: While sales of most things have plummeted thanks to the recession, footwear sales have gone up compared to the same period last year.Yes, buying a pair of shoes has always had near-supernatural effects — like instantly updating an outfit from last year or just making you feel hotter than hell — but that doesn't fully explain how footwear is beating the odds in sales.They looked fine when I put them on in the morning, but now the heel had separated into a top slice and a bottom, spitting out the air cushion that had been imprisoned inside.An hour or so later, the other heel started flapping and disgorged its cushion.Next, the front of one sole started flapping like a clown shoe.
All day, everywhere I went, I left a Hansel-and-Gretel-like trail of black crumbles as the bottoms of my shoes continued to disintegrate.
"Shoes were a measure of class," says Fisher, "and we still have a bit of that mind-set ingrained in us."Sexual Heeling Now go even higher — to stilettos — and another element rears its head: sex. "When a woman wears them, she assumes a primal mating pose called lordosis," says Fisher.
"Her butt lifts, and her back arches."But there's more to it than how hot your ass looks.
According to Daniel Amen, MD, author of The Brain in Love, our minds are structured in a way that may associate feet with sex.
"The area of the brain that communicates with the genitals is right next to the area that deals with the feet," says Dr. "These regions share neural crosstalk, which may be why shoes can be erotic." And we thought it was just our lust for high style talking.
\n Long before spiked heels with exotic names (Louboutin, anyone?