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In 1979, AVIA was founded on a passion to provide footwear for serious athletes. As technology advanced so did AVIA, developing innovative shoe designs that revolutionized athletic footwear. With designs such as the Cantilever heel, the Anatomical Cradle and Fom Technology, AVIA proved to be passionate, progressive, and at the top of the game. Today, the company continues to lead the performance training movement and further its dedication to endurance sports performance.
Go for a supportive and reliable walking shoe like the Avia A378M. This men's walking shoe features a combination leather, synthetic, and mesh upper for comfort and durability. This Avi-Motion style features a removable molded EVA sockliner as well as a molded EVA midsole. This Avia walking sneaker also has a solid rubber outsole for forefoot flex grooves for good grip. Get the most out of your walks with the Avia A378M.
I purchased these based upon the reviews. They were SUPER comfortable. Unfortunately, for me they just did not hold up to the relatively light use I put them through (I don't run... Read morePublished 1 month ago by George Chaney
These walking shoes were very flat feeling with no bounce. I have only worn them twice and I still have a major blister on the side of my big right toe. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Michael Turnipseed
I wanted to order two more pair because it alleviates pain in my artificial hip but I can't find it in my size after trying for months.Published 2 months ago by Punster
Liked the price and needed to replace some old NB shoes. These seem to be working fine. Time will tell.Published 4 months ago by Michael Nozaki
I did choose a half size larger than I normally wear based on reviews. Glad I did. They fit nicely and are a joy to walk in.Published 6 months ago by Amazon Customer
its very tight fit and is does not fell wide enough i tried this sneaker but i think new balance is betterPublished 6 months ago by edward lynch