2 - 3 Inch - Men's Shoes
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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.
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!
Wed Jul 31 00:00:00 MDT 2013ladybakersfield Rating:1.0
I absolutely love this shoe! Flip flops are the norm for 8 out of the 12 months of the year where I live. I wear women's 9 or 9 1/2, I ordered the 9 and it is perfect. I first saw this flip flop at a store out of my area and liked the look and feel of it. They didn't have my size, but they had my husband's size. I talked him into getting them, based on me slipping my foot into his size which was way too big for me. It was instant love. The soul of this shoe is so soft and cushy, and designed to propel your forward movement. It feels like walking on a cloud! I have trouble getting flip flops that the strap on top isn't too loose. My foot measures 8 3/4" around the instep just where the straps ride, and this one fits perfectly. Not too loose like most plastic or rubber material straps are. I haven't washed them yet, but have had a different brand flip flop with a cloth woven strap which I just tossed into the washer with towels and it came out like new. I anticipate that these will too. btw my husband's bunion pain went away after he threw away his old flip flops and started wearing these. I would recommend this flip flop highly.
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.
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.
Tue Dec 31 00:00:00 MST 2013ashmah Rating:2.0
I bought these for my husband, who wears an 8.5. The slippers were a size 8 and his feet hung off the back by about 2 inches. Definitely returning. Also, they aren't the soft sole shoes I was expecting, they have a bit of a hard sole. But, if you get the right size and these are the kind of slippers you are looking for, the quality does seem quite nice.
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.
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