So is it good? Well, it's snug and comfy and there really is a teeny bit of instability on the soles but it's not enough to make you fall down or something. You can feel the instability a wee bit more when you're walking up and down the slope but honestly, it's stable but it does walk a bit different. It walks fine nonetheless and I do feel that I'm flexing my calf muscle a wee bit more and that I need a wee bit extra effort to walk but it's not like a huge difference there to be frank, so I dunno how effective the toning effects are. But these are supposed to be subtle effects and I hope it works!
So for a pair of sneakers, it's not bad cos even if it doesn't work, it looks quite nice and funky. But the problem is, how the hell am I gonna wear my normal clothes with running shoes??? For the sake of getting better butt and legs, I would want to wear it all the time but then how do you wear running shoes around without looking like a dork?? And I don't think I can pull off the Lily Allen prom dress and trainers combo without looking like an IMH patient....
Let's leave the dress and sneakers combo to Lily...I can't and wouldn't want to pull that off
Seriously? It's not even converse sneakers that would look half decent with most outfit, it's full blown running sneakers...so I dunno man...The only time I can think of wearing it without looking weird or like a NTU computer engineering student from China (sorry no offense, lots of them china blokes wear jeans and trainers) is when I go to the gym...oh nooo, I gotta think of how to wear sneakers with fashion now...tough one indeed!