Pros and Cons
- high-res pictures
- zipped photo sets
- low-end membership fee
- low-quality video
- discontinued updates
Before entering Exquisite Feet, we're greeted with the following statement, "I, Miss Brittany Andrews, otherwise known as the Goddess of Feet, have decided to put together the premiere foot site for foot fetishists like myself… Happy Masturbating!!"
The term "premiere" comes from the French word for first, so knowing that ExquisiteFeet wasn't the first foot fetish website on the internet leaves us with the other English derived definition of the word meaning first among many, better than the rest. Although, the foot content here is decent and plentiful, it hardly comes out in front of all the rest of its competitors unfortunately.
The site is definitely heavier on the photos than it is on the clips. In all, there are 180 good-looking galleries with scenes including foot fucking, toe sucking, trampling, shoes, feet worship, stockings and Miss Brittany's centerfolds. The pictures can be viewed as a slideshow, while clicking on images allows you to toggle between the smaller slides to full-sized frames, at least on shots long on the vertical, while lengthy on the horizontal can't be resized. Most of the galleries can be downloaded as Zip sets.
The video section only contains 22 average to mediocre-looking videos, some in sets of short clips others in a single file. Multiple formats are used including Windows Media, RealPlayer, QuickTime and even an iPod compatible format. Many of these clips are such poor quality that it hardly seems worth one's bother to watch them. Of course, the site does link to a store selling Miss Brittany DVDs.
There are loads of articles about feet and site news to give it a real community feeling. Exquisite Feet costs about a third less than many other sites and it does offer professional-looking layouts with some well-known models, but it also hasn't updated in over two years and as stated before, the video quality isn't great. If you're willing to take the good with the bad, you might find the site worthwhile. Nevertheless, I wouldn't call this "the premiere" of any niche.