Clothes of the Eighties, Birkenstocks
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Description
Sex: unisex
Type of clothing: shoes
When it was popular: 1975-1992
Description: Cork-soled suede 2-buckle hippie sandals, came in many colors, usually paired with "crazy" socks or toe socks, most popular among hippies, heads/"druggies", and the older "hello Kitty" crowd. Phenomenon known as "rocks-in-Stocks" occurred when walking on unpaved terrain, "sloshy-socks" when wet. Maintainence required frequent re-corking of soles, creative washing to remove foot stench.
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kent - October 16, 2008 - Report this comment
you got the "when it was popular" dates wrong. birkenstocks came back into fashion in '89-90 and stayed popular throughout the 90's. the 80s were a relatively closed-toe decade.
creamaura - March 26, 2013 - Report this comment
Wide-bed were awesome, they stopped making them, can't find them now :( The footbed has dried out wear'rs foot soles! Thats the only problem. Swade footbed, not so gooda'

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