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Although Kushyfoot products are known for
affordable legwear and footwear products with the emphasis on fashionable
comfort, I had never tried any of their socks, shaping
tights or foldable shoes to travel with you until I was approached to do this
review. As you can guess, I was intrigued to see how my feet would like
The Shaping Tights I got were black that
fit comfortably for something that hides your bad tummy, hip, and thigh spots and keeps them sucked in
until you wiggle out. Unlike some tights that you practically have to
dance to get into, this one was easy to slip into, being a certified Lycra
beauty fabric. Other colors and varieties are also an option that I plan
on exploring in the future.
I also got a cute pair of Flats To Go!
foldable ballet flats that cuddled my feet nicely. This line
is available in other styles and textures from patent, metallic, perforated, snake
skin print, zebra print, alligator embossed, and the fleecy leopard sent to
me. My particular pair has a felt-like upper with a padded sole that came
with its own plastic carrying case.
|Flats To Go|
I thought Flats To Go! was a wonderful idea
for sticking into your desk drawer at work for an unexpected emergency like wet
feet from being caught in the rain or painful feet from those new killer heels
that you didn’t get a chance to break in yet. Since these hardly take up any
room in your suitcase or carry on, these also are ideal for taking with you when
traveling on vacation. Then again, these ballet flats would be great for
anyone about to go to the hospital for the convenience or to give as a gift for
someone about to be admitted.
Last of all, PR sent along a pair of Kushyfoot
Fleece Trouser Socks in black. How could my feet and calves not
love being snuggled against the inner fleece lining of these socks? Socks
like these are what makes feet happy when venturing outdoors in cold weather.
The lower the temperatures drop, the more you need to keep
those feet warm and toasty. Take it from me that Kushyfoot is the
way to go. I do recommend a visit to their website is in order.