In my previous reviews about the TOSTA Silver Leather Sneakers I talked about how much I fell in love with them. Now that I have had them for three months I am starting to get to know them a little better. One thing is for sure, I like to wear them with long jeans so I did not bring them to Italy where I was expecting it to be really hot, and I couldn’t wear them here in San Jose when it was pretty hot until the middle of August. By the time the weather cooled just a little bit I was really anxious to wear them again. I do not know how to express this but my feet were longing for the time I would be able to wear them: they’re just absolutely in love with these shoes.
After three months of use I am starting to get to know them and here are my impressions. It took a little while for the shoes to break in at the beginning: they felt a bit stiff, but that is normal in new shoes and part of if was caused by me tying my laces too tightly. Figuring out exactly how tight to tie them took a little while. If they are too tight it will hurt your ankle and if they are too loose they will easily come undone. Part of the fear of tying them comes from the silver dust that you generate when you tie your shoes during the first few days of use. By now I expected all of the silver to be gone from the the top of my laces but it looks like some of it will stay–enough to still look silver and not completely brown.
Yesterday I walked for more than two hours with them because I took Marco along to get the car serviced and then we went for a really long walk while we waited. That was after we had taken another walk to the park in the morning. I think that because the weather was cooler, it didn’t reach 80 degrees, I didn’t get hot and uncomfortable so I didn’t get tired at all. I felt that my Maledetti Toscani shoes were broken in and fit perfectly snug.
Ultimately, the reason why I love my TOSTA Silver Leather Sneakers is that I believe they look great on me when I wear my distressed gray jeans. Feeling like you are wearing something cool is priceless.