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What footwear can you best drive your Alfa in?

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This is a bit random for me as usually post technical questions.

Got the idea for this thread when I sucessfully drove my Alfa in snowboots earlier! Was so pleased as my previous attempt failed. The high biting point means all my beloved shoes/boots will be tricky to drive in ;)

My last car (beemer Coupe) had a low biting point so could drive it easily in heels/flipflops.

So, what can you drive your Alfa in?


anything even flipfllops

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Puma speed cats

Dress shoes

trainers are too clumpy, i end up catching 2 pedals. I usually change shoes for driving anyway
 
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anthony davidson (brawn / merc test driver) can powerslide an m3 while wearing ice skates :crazy:
 

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Trainers :thumbs:

Leave the heels in the boot of the car and change into them as and when:lol:
 

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I suppose in Summer my flimsy sandals/mules/flipflops will be out of the question to drive the Alfa in.....

Not that I'm not looking forward to Summer of course .......:cool:
 

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i've found i've had a really heavy right foot recently. mainly on account of i've been wearing my 15 year old, nuclear bomb-proof, indestructible caterpillar boots that weigh about 400 tons :D
 

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trainers or work shoes. depends on the day and time of day :)
 

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My nice Piloti Sebrings:cool:
 
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