The Benman is one of the most well-known shoes in the world, and you may have even heard of it if you’re in the US.
But there’s a problem: there are a lot of Benman-branded shoes out there, and most of them are terrible.
But the one you probably don’t know about is the Benman Shoes 4.1, which is made by the Japanese footwear company Denim.
The shoes are available in several different styles, and they’re incredibly versatile, with a range of different materials available to choose from.
In fact, they even have a brand-new shoe, the 4.2, that they’re releasing for the first time.
The 4.0 is the same size as the previous model, but it comes in four different colors, from dark blue to pink.
You can pick up both the 4,2 and 4.3 models, and the 4 and 4 models come in sizes small and medium.
We’ll get into each of the different options later, but first, we have to explain why they’re so bad.
Why the 4-1 and 4-2 are bad?
You’ll need to know a bit about what Benman has been up to since the 4th iteration of the shoe.
The first iteration was made in 2014, and was dubbed the 4X, or “Extra X” because it was made with a lower-cut rubber sole instead of a conventional rubber sole.
While it’s technically not the same as a 4X shoe, it is still a very good one, and is currently available in two sizes: Small and Medium.
You might think that it would be nice to wear this new version, but the 4 is a little too much.
It feels like a very large shoe that you’d probably be comfortable with at the gym or a workout, and it doesn’t really offer much of a cushioning effect.
The sole is made of a thick layer of polyurethane, which actually makes it very hard to remove.
Even though the rubber is thick, it doesn