This shoe company is selling a 'groupie wedge' for female sports fans




    Talk about a misstep.

    Sports shoe retailer Cuce Shoes is receiving backlash online for naming its poorly chosen shoe style names — most notably the “groupie wedge,” a velvet wedge that bears the logos of various MLB and NFL teams

    Holy crap, what the hell is this? “Groupie Wedge?!”

    — Craig Calcaterra (@craigcalcaterra) November 16, 2015

    A reporter for NBC Sports pointed out the questionably named shoe on the Atlanta Braves’ merchandise website, and it was then traced it back to Cuce, which is owned by sisters Kathleen and Kristina Cuce. The company also sells shoes branded “the admirer,” “the cheerleader” and “the junkie.” You get the idea. Read more…

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