Elvira Kurt just can't kick it with 'flatform' Teva sandals

Comedian Elvira Kurt says "hell no" to up-scale Tevas. Apologies to all fashionable physicists.
Teva says the Flatform takes their "iconic Original Sandal to new heights". Comedian Elvira Kurt begs to differ. (tevaonline.ca)

In this week's instalment of q's Cultural Hall of Shame, Elvira Kurt says no to Teva's "fugly" summer sandals — "Actually, make that hell no." 

"Their original purpose was to be an amphibious utility sandal. Now you want to make this something I wear to a wedding?" says an incredulous Elvira. "They are 100 per cent the devil's footwear." 


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