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  • July 09, 2019
  • Alex Sampson

Crocs - Colourful and Comfortable!

Crocs are a little bit like Marmite: you either love them or hate them! These divisive shoes have won over millions of customers since their first bright and colourful break onto the scene back in 2002 – despite being listed as one of the worst 50 inventions by Time magazine in 2010! Whether it’s their comfort, terrific range of colours,...

  • June 20, 2019
  • Alex Sampson

Treat Your Feet with Caprice Shoes

The good people at Caprice know a thing or two about designing shoes. They’ve been doing it with precision and attention to detail since 1990. Based in the town of Pirmasens – the centre of the German shoemaking industry – they have plenty of knowledge and inspiration to draw from. The results are stylish and practical shoes made with the...

  • May 29, 2019
  • Alex Sampson

A Brief History of Casual Shoes

These days, casual shoes are the go-to for men and women alike. You rarely see people wearing more formal styles of shoe – including brogues, mules or stilettos – while doing daily chores, such as walking the dog or supermarket shopping. At Sweetfeet, we’re big advocates for casual shoes and love nothing better than spending a day in comfortable and...

Put Comfort First This Spring with Hey Dude Shoes

After a long winter of heavy boots and thick socks, you might be looking forward to a change in seasons – and a change in your footwear. With temperatures finally rising, you might be seeking a stylish yet comfortable new shoe for spring and summer 2019. We don’t think you’ll need to look further than our great range of Hey...

  • April 15, 2019
  • Alex Sampson

Choosing the Right Sports Shoes

While no one is going to guarantee that a new pair of sports trainers will make you the next Usain Bolt, it’s true that having the right pair of training shoes will make a difference to your overall performance. Our new range of Vibram Five Finger shoes are revolutionising the way we enjoy sports. Let’s examine what you should be...