Is it a cleat? Yes. Is it a high heel? Yes. Are they available in a size 7? I don’t know. I don’t think I want to know. If you click these cleats together three times though and repeat the phrase “there’s no place like home” they will not magically bring you safely to home plate (perhaps if they were red?).
I grew up in the early to mid 90’s. Anyone else remember your classmates stealing bowling shoes from local bowling alleys and wearing them to school? I never understood that shoe selection and I’m not quite sure it can even considered a 90’s fad. I mean, seriously, rented, dirty, hideous, two-toned (often)…does one wear them with the tuck-and-rolled jeans or with a skort? Yuck, leave them on the shelf.
I am planning my 20-year class reunion in fact with a fun and productive committee (did you do the math to figure out how old this belle is?). The end of June we will walk down memory lane in comfortable shoes. I am fairly certain I won’t be shopping for any type of heel for the semi-formal dinner but definitely not this one. My baseball passion is deep and I could use some height because I’m only 5’2″…but no thanks.
While watching Major League Baseball, I do closely observe what the players are wearing from their sunglasses, cleats, necklaces and more. Hey, I am female, these accessories are important! I could tell you what most of the Detroit Tiger’s players wear for both home and away games-especially Miguel Cabrera and Jose Iglesias 😉
Well, I gotta run (in slippers) and I need to find my fanny pack.
Love and Laces,
Belle of Baseball