TJ from PA
Would need to wear it 8 hours a day -plus---could never do
that with the cardboard 3/4 sole. Saw it, got upset that it
was not mentioned in the description, and tried it on- no
go. I can feel that and don't like it.
Jack from Milwaukee, WI
I am typically a 10 wide. The 2E turned out to be narrow.
They are very comfortable with a thin pair of socks but
athletic socks make my feet feel cramped. I don't give them
too many points for style either. I will wear them with
pants but I'll have to find another pair for wearing with
shorts. Personal preference.
No more Toe Pain from Washington,
I purchased two pairs (white and black) because my
orthopedic doctor recommended I try them. I also tried
another comparable brand at the same store, at the same
time, but discovered that the Brooks shoe allowed me to walk
without any arthritis pain, while with the other, pain was a
bit more noticeable. Now, several months later, I still walk
long distances with them without the toe pain that I get
when walking in normal dress shoes. I would encourage anyone
with an arthritic big toe give them a try.
J the avid walker from Raleigh
They remained very stiff. They never broke in. Material in
heel box and sole quickly wore out. becoming very abrasive,
causing terrible blisters. Even with moleskin and blister
pads, the shoes still abrade and blister badly. Since they
were Adidas, I gave them a year to break in. They never did.
I wish I'd sent them back immediately. In the past I used
Brooks trail running shoes for walking shoes and I have had
good luck with them.