Wednesday, October 8, 2008

The Chosen Shoe



When you're in synagogue this Yom Kippur, be sure to check out your fellow worshipers' feet. Chances are you'll be seeing a lot of Crocs this year. They have literally become the chosen footwear. Why are Crocs all the rage? Some say that they're the perfect shoe for a holiday that prohibits wearing leather. Many like the fact that they're comfortable. Others feel that they're just "hole-y."

If you're looking to dress cool in shul and match your your yarmulke with your footwear, check out the Kroc Kippah at PopJudaica.com!

(Photo courtesy of Bangitout.com)

1 comment:

chaviva said...

Definitely wore MY croc sandals to shul, and so did the rabbi. But I was AMAZED at how many people wore leather shoes ...