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but if you want better shoes, pay more money for them
on March 31, 2015
Keep in mind, I write my reviews based on value of the product. For a $40 a pair, these shoes meet every criteria for a five star. These shoes do have flaws, but if you want better shoes, pay more money for them. It's as simple as that.
Good fit. I was worried that my wide feet wouldn't fit comfortably, but there were no issues.
The design is sound. My feet don't slip out, the sole of the shoe is a solid rubber and feels to be decently durable.
They made a significant attempt to make the shoe comfortable. Lots of padding inside the shoes.
Passes as a professional shoe. Unless under close scrutiny, nobody would really notice you're wearing cheap shoes.
The inside padding is definitely cheap and doesn't provide prolonged comfort. However, it is enough for intermittent standing.
The traction isn't very impressive. If you enter a slick area, you are at risk of slipping.
The material reminds me of a cheap couch.
The shape of the shoe isn't the most appealing. It's hard to explain, but it doesn't have many arches or bows which are found on most dress shoes.
The heel should probably be raised slightly.
Does not breathe
The soft material causes a large crease to form on the top during the first use.
Overall, a good professional shoe for someone without a lot of cash. You won't get better than this for $40.