Friday, September 11, 2020

Kansas City Tech Titan Turns Cobbler

Career switcheroo because women need shoes more than local social media hype . . . Checkit:

Tealbottom heels might just save the planet, says tech founder-turned-luxury shoemaker

Tealbottom - a collection of bamboo-based shoes engineered in a lab to leave a smaller carbon footprint - strolled from an inconvenient pain point, debuting on social media earlier this year and hitting the boutique shelves at Black Label Threads in August.

6 comments:

Anonymous said...


Those shoes are great if you were a 1970's hooker.

Anonymous said...

^^Like your mom was?

Anonymous said...

^^^ Lulz.

Anonymous said...

Women who are obsessed by shoes and their purchases, are the most superficial people in the world. Now if you wore them on your hands or head, but your feet drag them across germ and gunk covered walkways. The cement grinding them away with each step you take. There is more weight to most hard plastic packaging used to wrap items on the shelves of Walmart than the average shoe. Nobody wants them once you have used them. Yes as children are dying across the world, and terrorists rape hundreds of school girls, the women in Kansas City spend hours fixated on what shoe they want to buy next. That shows the have a really superficial and ignorant view of the world around them and that their value system is not in touch with reality. I have never seen a woman buried wearing more than 1 pair of shoes! And what worse - 95% of men can't even tell you what shoes a woman was wearing who spoke to them just 5 minutes earlier. Men dont care.

Anonymous said...

Smaller carbon footprint? Have you seen the carbon created by the fires in California/Oregon/Washington and the fertilizer explosion in Beruit? Save the world? No.

Anonymous said...

Women dress for other women. What other explanation would you have for 3" towering heels and spandex. LOL