The 22 Ugliest Examples Of ’90s Footwear To Ever Meet Your Eyes

None of this ever had to happen. (But what do you bet you owned at least a couple of these shoes.)

1. Steve Madden platform sandals with that stretchy vamp.

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2. John Fluevog’s “Munster” shoe. Why entrusting your feet into the care of someone named “Fluevog” is beyond me.

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3. Oh. No.

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4. Clomp-clomp. Folks heard you coming from miles.

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5. Leopard platform sandals. Did you also use those furry pens? You did, didn’t you?

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7. Adidas unisex sport sandals. If you were a cool boy, you’d wear them with socks. All through the winter.

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8. Slam your body down! (Just count on spraining your ankle.)

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9. Ugh, barf.

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10. Baaaaaaarrrrrffff.

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11. Cookies: tossed.

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12. Chunks: blown.

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13. Airwalk made these shiny sneaks, and the red ones had hologram sparkles in them.

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14. Vom.

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15. Foam footwear. Never shoulda happened.

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16. Blaahhhh.

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17. Remember these Chinese-inspired Mary Janes that offered guaranteed pain thanks to no arch support?

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18. Jelly high heels. Awesome at the time. Kind of embarrassing when they made a “comeback.” Please no more comebacks.

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19. Nike split-toe sneakers. For all those edgy weirdos.

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20. Technicolor yawn.

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21. Keds. A standard. Except did you ever wear two different ones on each foot? You did? Oooh, you rebel.

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22. And last…technically Heelys debuted in 2000. But this was a terrible footnote on which to end the decade.

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