While a person’s arms and hands are heavily involved in the process of driving a car in that they handle steering and changing gears, these upper extremities don’t deserve all the glory. After all, without legs and feet to work the gas, brake and – when applicable – clutch pedals (as well as occasionally provide bracing for the driver’s body under heavy braking or cornering loads), you’d just be able to adjust the angle of the front wheels and stir the gears in the transmission. Yes, there are modifications available for folks without usable limbs south of the equator, but the overwhelming majority of automobiles in their natural states demand operators with paws up high and down low.
So it’s no surprise that since the feet are tasked with such critical tasks as telling the car to go and stop, there are literally thousands of styles of shoes on the market that profess to provide optimum comfort, maneuverability, tactile feedback (e.g. letting the driver feel the brakes starting to lock up, or the clutch approaching the verge of its bite point) for their wearers. But which articles of motoring footwear are among the elite? Find out after the jump.
Where are Tod’s shoes?
excuse me? Where are the nike air max?
NICE COLLECTION THANKS A PAIR OF EACH PLEASE? NOT JOKING……….
MAN AT OUR AGE WE NEED SHOE’S LIKE THIS ! BUNIONS , CARBUNCLES ! WART’S AND FUNGUS ?? SPOSE THEY 54 YRS OLD ?