How do you like your soles?

Discussion in 'Barefoot' started by barefootonli, Sep 15, 2013.

  1. barefootonli

    barefootonli Member

    clean or filthy?
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    GLENGLEN Lifetime Supporter

    I Very Much Doubt I Have Checked Them Out 7

    Times In 7 Years, I Just Go About My Everyday Life, And My Feet

    Take Care Of Themselves...:).

    Cheers Glen.
  3. DirtySoles

    DirtySoles Member

    Depends where I am and what I am doing. Both can be fine given the circumstance
  4. Whaaaaat? Do people really sit their thinking, hmmm, my soles are a little too on the clean side, think I'm going to run around in some dirt
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  5. Shakti_Om

    Shakti_Om Local Pixie

    :smilielol5:err, some do.

    It's a fascination with some who go barefoot especially in the early adventures. Kind of a 'badge of honor' - 'oh look at me and my dirty feet, I'm the real deal' and all that guff.
    After a while it's something I believe you rarely think about.
    Unless of course that's your kink :biker:

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  6. hillman30

    hillman30 Member

    I tend to sit crossed legged a lot. So I sorta am aware of dirty soles.
  7. Tech Mo

    Tech Mo Member

    Mmmmmmmmm ... additionally it is a kink for me. :love:
  8. hillman30

    hillman30 Member

    Ok Ok, there is that
  9. hillman30

    hillman30 Member

    shoes do stay clean if u leave them at home. Clean shoes, dirty feet.
  10. uniped

    uniped Member

    Not a big deal for me. I take whatever comes.
  11. What the deuce does a neutral rep mean? And for that post? Seriously? Its the bottom of your feet, who cares. You cant even see them unless you do some funky yoga position

    GLENGLEN Lifetime Supporter

    A Neutral Rep Comes From A Member Who Has Not Yet Reached

    Forum Puberty...[​IMG].

    Cheers Glen.
  13. Henryy96

    Henryy96 Guest

    As dirty as possible!
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  14. rol the sole

    rol the sole Member

    I take the state of my soles as it comes. Sometimes I can be out for 10 hours and they are quite clean. Other times I can be out for the same amount of time going over the same territory and they are filthy black. A lot depends on the weather. Warm /hot days my feet get dirty very quickly. I quite like having my soles black and my toes dirty - that way I feel I have had a good days barefooting!
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  15. Barefoot Guy

    Barefoot Guy Member

    If you call it a preference I like mine filthy, tough and calloused. While I don't go out of my way to get them as such I do avoid puddles of water, etc. Dead shows were great places to meet others who wandered the parking lot all day and the stadium floors got your feet so black and dirty! Street painting festivals do the same.
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  16. If ya get them dirty then you just have to go to all that effort to clean them, unless you don't mind dirty sheets down the feet end of the bed.
    Maybe for some people going barefoot is a novelty, something they came to later in life, but for me when I was a kid I always went barefoot, except to school, probably because I had no other shoes apart from school shoes, so it's no novelty, and you soon get sick of stepping on sharp burrs.
  17. YouFreeMe

    YouFreeMe Visitor

    I'm not an all year barefooter, but I like my feet dirty!
  18. Rugged_Soles

    Rugged_Soles Member

    In a business setting or someones home I'd rather cleanish. Outdoors it depends on the area, trails may involve some mud or leaves, sand on beaches, parking lots and urban areas would be entirely different. If they (feet) look natural for the surroundings shouldn't draw much attention. Barefeet look best on confident folks who are comfortable with themselves on all terrain.
  19. Shakti_Om

    Shakti_Om Local Pixie

    I think you summed it up, confidence is 99% closer to acceptance ;)

    Shayla x
  20. nuspieds

    nuspieds Hip Forums Supporter Lifetime Supporter

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