Shoes make the man/woman

Each year I spend way, way more on even a single pair of cycling or running shoes than I do work/dress shoes. (By the way, yes, yes it shows.) Perhaps I’m the only one who’s shoe purchases are misaligned when compared to the rest of the working population, but I doubt it (at least my desire of belonging doesn’t allow me to accept it).

So, if you are even a little like me in the athletic vs wingtip budget battle, you may find this a little interesting.

Bicycling Magazine’s article on “The 2013 Cycling Shoes We’re Most Excited to Wear.”