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American men don't like women who wear wedges

New York , Wed, 03 Jul 2013 ANI

New York, July 3(ANI): American men find wedges to be the least attractive style of shoe, followed by Uggs, Crocs and platforms, a study has revealed.

According to the new research conducted by CouponCodes4u.com, flip flops, moccasins, Mary Janes ballet shoes, kitten heels and sneakers also feature in the list, the New York Daily News reported.

The survey polled more than 2,100 adult men currently in relationships.

79 percent of them said they usually noticed what kind of shoes their partner wore.

When asked if they prefer to choose shoes for their partners, 43 percent said yes while 52 percent said that they leave the decision on their partners.

The research also revealed that men are surprisingly intolerant when it comes to their wife or girlfriend's shoe preferences, with 59 percent saying they did not believe that their partner had good taste in shoes.

The least attractive footwear styles, according to men, where survey participants were allowed to select more than one answer, are listed below:

1. Wedge shoes - 71 percent

2. Uggs - 67 percent

3. Crocs - 63 percent

4. Platforms - 58 percent

5. Flip flops - 55 percent

6. Moccasins - 49 percent

7. Mary Janes - 42 percent

8. Ballet shoes - 37 percent

9. Kitten heels - 34 percent

10. Sneakers - 25 percent (ANI)


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