Bonded Footsies 1 Pair Pack
I love these bonded footsies! I have had the usual tights material ones and with the back rubbery bit they are ok, but they show a bit too much round the sides and top when I wear my ballet pumps. These bonded ones sit just over the toes so you can't see them at all, they stay in place completely and they are thin and comfortable so you can't feel them although they feel tough enough to take a good bit of wear. I have sent them through the wash only once so far but they are still fabulous and good as new. Only wish they weren't so expensive as I clearly have to get myself at least another pair if not more.
30 April 2015
I was a bit skeptical about wearing these as do not want to look like an old frump. The current fashion for skinny jeans and bare feet combined with my wide feet (which I cannot always find leather shoes which fit and have to wear man made resulting in foot odour) . The footsies are ideal to help keep my footwear fresher for longer,
28 October 2014
No more blisters!
The cheaper variety were OK for a while, but started to wear and caused blisters.
The small extra cost offsets the expense of buying plasters....
23 October 2014
Best footsies ever
You can't see them and they lie flush to your skin so are very comfortable. Bought about 8 pairs incase their run out!!
19 September 2014
I agree with everything everyone else has said about how comfortable these are and how great they are for not showing over the edges of shoes.
BUT, for me at least, I can't wear them properly because they make a really embarrassing farting noise when I walk. I presume the fit at the edges is just a little too snug, so escaping air makes a noise. I've tested this with two pairs of flats and two pairs of heels, so it's not just specific to one pair of shoes. (I was relieved to see that other people have reported the same phenomenon, so it's not just my feet either!)
They're *so* good in every other respect, I might experiment with talc, or possibly cutting notches in the edges to see if I can get rid of the noise. If anyone from M&S would like to send me some samples to help in my scientific endeavour, I'd be more than happy to write up my results for you ;)
11 September 2014