2 - 3 Inch - Men's Shoes
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Tue Apr 30 00:00:00 MDT 2013austexboy Rating:4.0
Overall, I am very happy with these shoes. The quality seems to be really good. My only complaints are: 1) the sizing is about a half inch bigger than my actual shoe size so you may want to order a half inch smaller than your actual shoe size. 2) the bottom of the shoes are red and leaves red scuff marks on tile and other hard surfaces.
Sat Nov 09 00:00:00 MST 2013cakesalvatore Rating:5.0
Love the fit I bought them a half size larger and this was the right decision I wear a us size 10 and got this shoe in a 10 1/2. The extra 1/2 inch gives toes room, but does not make the shoe slide on my foot. and is comfortable both with and sans socks.
Sat Apr 25 00:00:00 MDT 2015chris w. Rating:3.0
Shoes are comfortable and stylish and I wear them in a professional work setting 2 to 3 times a week. The only issue is the SMELL! The leather has a loud chemical, gas like smell. Must be the low budget man made vinyl.
Sun Feb 10 00:00:00 MST 2013nken Rating:5.0
I like the look and feel of these shoes very much. they are light but snugger than boat shoes, which I usually wear. They are quick and easy to pull tight and tie, with just 3 eyelet pairs, and the top ones are open swivel type. Color is very good and goes with lots of looks like Dockers or jeans or shorts. They are water resistant also so they can be used at the beach or while boating, they just are not a slip-on/slip-off type of shoe. Very happy with the shoes, and the lengths that Overstock went to make sure I was satisfied! Great customer support and attitude! Just order them 1/2 to 1 size smaller than you normally do and you should be fine!
Sun Jan 27 00:00:00 MST 2013whiteowls Rating:4.0
I perform tours as a costumed character, and I needed a new pair of boots that, 1. were not too flashy, 2. looked like leather, 3. were easy to get on and off quickly, and 4. were comfortable to walk a 1.5 to 3 miles in. These fit the bill. They add a nice look to the costume but are not too "Pirates of the Caribbean" the black zipper blends nicely so it's not too noticeable. They are pretty comfortable so but I will probably add an insole for extra comfort. And the best part was the price! All in all I am very pleased with purchase!
Thu Nov 04 00:00:00 MDT 2010coespi Rating:4.0
I have used it to stretch 3 pair of shoes and so far 2 of the 3 have been saved! So easy to use and now the shoes that I was ready to toss out are super comfortable. I would definitely recommend.
Sat Oct 25 00:00:00 MDT 2014Red Head Shanks Rating:4.0
This is a beautiful-looking shoe but there were a few problems with it. 1- The shoe is more orange than yellow. This is not that Timberland boot color. 2- The insole is lacking. You may need to buy insole is your feet are not flat-footed. 3- The tongue is very thin. I could deal with 2 & 3 but the deal breaker was the color. If you can rock slightly orange shoes then this shoe is for you.
If shoe sizes are listed using a system you aren't familiar with, it can be difficult to know how to buy shoes that will fit. Most of the shoes listed on Overstock.com are in U.S. sizes, which can make purchasing shoes online confusing if you are shopping internationally. This international shoe size conversion guide is here to give you an easy reference when you're shopping for shoes online. If it has been a while since you measured your feet, you'll want to do that first. Measure them late in the day, as they tend to be larger at this time. You should also wear the socks you plan to wear with your shoes. Have a friend trace your foot on a piece of paper, so you can stand up straight. Measure the tracing, finding the length of your foot in inches closest to the next 16th inch. Find the width of your foot, and then measure your other foot; use the measurements from the largest foot when referring to the shoe size conversion table. Remember that, even with the correct shoe size, shoes from different manufacturers will fit differently. Be sure to read customer reviews to see if the shoes you are shopping for run true to size.
Online shopping for men's clothing and men's accessories can be difficult when you don't know what size you wear. This guide is here to help you find clothes that will fit. You just need a cloth measuring tape, paper, a pencil, and a friend to help. For accurate measurements, make sure to measure over bare skin or your underwear. Once you're finished measuring, check our apparel sizing guides to find the correct sizes.
There's a reason why men's jeans are a men's clothing favorite: They're comfortable, casual and look great with just about everything in your wardrobe. When you're shopping for pants, however, you'll want to make sure the jeans you purchase are the right size and fit for your body. The following tips can help you size your men's jeans for the best fit.
Kids can get away with clip-on neckties, but if you're older than 12, you should know how to tie a necktie. Although there are many ways you can tie a tie, here are four traditional knots. All guys should master at least one knot, and it can't hurt to know at least one other method as well.No matter which knot you choose, the tip of your necktie should come to your waistband or belt buckle. If you have a tie that's a bit long for you, tie a larger knot. If you're very tall and have trouble finding ties long enough for you, choose to tie a smaller knot.
As one of the few accessories for men, neckties get a lot of attention. Ties complete a suit, show respect in a formal setting, add color to an outfit, and make excellent gifts. This buying guide has tips on buying men's neckwear for yourself or for a gift, tying and wearing ties properly, and keeping your ties looking great.
More than any other piece of golf equipment, golf clubs affect the size of your golf handicap -- and the size of your wallet -- so you want to make sure you find golf clubs that are right for your golf game. Nowadays, it is difficult to figure out which set of golf clubs is the right set. Golf club shafts used to be made from hickory but are now made from steel or carbon fiber (called graphite). Woods are no longer wood and irons are no longer iron; they're made from modern metals and alloys. This golf clubs buying guide will help you understand the characteristics and varieties of modern golf clubs, which will help you know how to buy golf clubs that best meet your needs.