Nine out of ten dentists agree that flossing is essential to avoiding the gum disease Gingivitis. One billion out of six billion humans agree that one brand of footwear is the sweetest: Feiyue
Shodding Chinese feet from peasants to politicians since its inception in 1920, the flexible-soled Feiyue has also become the country's de-facto martial arts shoe, despite being pronounced the way Elmer Fudd would say "fairy". Historically, all you could get in the States were cheap knock-offs, but thanks to a team of French businessmen, legit Feiyues're now available in two models: the "Shaolin Lo", favored by said martial artists, and the "Shaolin Hi", the school Wu Tang members imagined themselves enrolled in while playing hooky from PS 190. The shoes come in dark and light canvas or leather, with a number of subtly differing accents -- like Sean Connery, except the accents are subtly different
Some lucky Feiyues get artist collaboration treatment, adorned with five different patterns from graffiti artists and design shops -- lending a dash of individualism that'll have you looking singularly studly even as the gum disease Gingivitis jettisons another bicuspid.