Birkenstocks are always a favorite, but it is cold in Vermont much of the time so socks are a must.
Clogs are poplar, too. Sometimes they are worn with socks as well, but you really get the full ugly effect by going without socks and without ever attending to the layers and layers of built up callousing on the heels.
Vermont teens are tough. They wear flop flops like everyone else...
or Uggs or mukluks, depending on what would be considered most inappropriate.
And we certainly cannot forget barn boots:
In recent years, Crocs are more and more common. They are especially attractive with the fuzzy lining.
I guess they should be considered more colorful clogs so the lack of foot care still applies.
This is what I most dread about the future:
I have yet to see a pair like this walking around Jericho, Vermont, but I suppose it's a matter of time.