Or ugly display of wealth :) Great shot though!MersadMersad Donko Photography
Look rather spiffy and comfortable to me. :-)
D&G is not a familiar brand to me; looks like quality shoes that won't wear out quickly.
Like something the Tin Man would wear :-)
Beide denk ik, de een bewust en de ander onbewust.
A bit of both?Snakes & Ladders is a very old board game so the name Snakes & Lagers is a play on that since the bar has hundreds of board games for their customers to use. ;-)
Thanks for the explanation.
They do look comfy but not sure I'd want to advertise the company on my shoe.
having manufacturing names on shoes is common here! Is that a popular brand?
Athletic shoes often have their name on the shoes, but I don't like being a walking billboard for any company. Good photo and observation here.
I've often thought it wrong that we have to pay more to buy clothing - and shoes - that scream with the designer logo, thereby using me as a walking billboard.
Not familiar with brand names so I'm lost with this one, although the color is pretty.My SIGNS, SIGNS
Anyone who feels the need for that logo on their sneakers . . . well, you know. Good observation.
A clever one to find. We forget tend to forget that logos on shoes are for advertising.