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Dr. Scholl's Men's Winder Work Shoe
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- Manmade sole
- Heel measures approximately 1.25"
- Platform measures approximately 0.75"
- Pebbled work loafer featuring concealed goring insets and padded collar
- Dr. Scholl's Massaging Gel cushioning insole
- Slip-resistant TX Traction outsole
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The Dr. Scholls Winder men's casual shoe will help one stay light on their feet. This men's casual shoe has a leather upper. There are dual side elastic gore panels to provide a comfortable fit. Comfort is provided by the padded collar and tongue. Feet are dry and comfortable in the shoe thanks to the Dri-Lex® moisture wicking lining. They are kept odor free by the Aegis Microbe Shield®. Shock absorption is done by the Dr. Scholl's(R) Massaging Gel cushioning insole. Excellent traction control is provided by the unique MLD® grid design while durability is taken care of by the Slip-resistant TX Traction® outsole. Men can wear the Dr. Scholls Winder men's casual shoe to work for the comfort it provides.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: China
- ASIN: B00HNKHGG6
- Item model number: Winder-M
- Date first available at Amazon.com: May 8, 2010
- Domestic Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
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Top Customer Reviews
A week into owning these shoes, the left sole started to come off at the heel. This was when I discovered that the shoe is simply glued onto the top of the sole. Not to be deterred, I got some Lock-tite liquid glue and fix the shoe myself... Problem solved right!
about a month later, the RIGHT shoe did the same thing, except it was doing it all the way up to the ball of the foot on the inside of the shoe. So same fix, used the remaining Lock-tite and just filled the shoe sole cavity with it. 2 weeks later, the front of the LEFT shoe popped off... more Lock-tite...
So basically... once all of the glue from the factory pops off, get some good glue, fill the sole with glue, and clamp the shoe to the sole for a day or two... Then you might have a decent pair of shoes. But if you don't want to mess with this, I would strongly suggest looking else where.
feet. I am so happy. Thanks
-The soles are extremely hard. They make a lot of noise not only when walking on hard surfaces, but people can even hear me a mile away when on semi soft surfaces. Clackety clackety. I don't mind it most of the time, as it does make you sound like you're wearing some high-class dress shoes, but it's something to be aware of when purchasing.
-The build quality isn't top notch by any means. The lacing in the front of mine came un-stitched inside of the first two weeks, exposing the inside of the toe. I could have sewn it, but I don't have any heavy duty needles, so , being a guy, I just epoxy'd it. You can't tell that I used epoxy, but you can see the area where the lighter thread is missing. It has held up but I don't feel they should be this way.
-The insoles that come with them may be adequate for most, but if you take them out, you'll see a very odd, hollow design in the rubber beneath them. Whatever, it works - I added my own insoles with some stiff arch support and made these shoes dreamy. They are far more comfortable than various other shoes I have tried with the same insoles.
I'm not sure how long these will last, but 50.00 for dressy-casual shoes is a steal these days. Top that off with the fact that they're the most comfortable I've ever worn and don't require constant re-tying throughout the day, and they're my favorite shoes to choose from. They're semi-breathable, and slip off and on easily.
I have plantar fascia issues in my left foot, and MOST shoes worsen it. Only very wide, neutral shoes that I can add my generic insoles into seem to work well.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Very comfortable shoes if you stand/walk all day at the office. However, you probably don't want to use them for a long distance walk because it does not feel like there are a lot... Read morePublished 11 days ago by ~AA
This is my third consecutive pair... I wear them out in about 8-9 months... but thats not bad considering the contracting work I do and how much they cost. Read morePublished 25 days ago by Tom Chartrand
I've used these shoes for work (security/bouncing) and have been on my feet for a minimum of four hours and these shoes gave me the feeling of walking on a cloud. Read morePublished 1 month ago by S. Hendrix
My husband just wore it for 2 months.Now it broken！ Don't buy the shoes.！Published 1 month ago by wenjiekiki
I highly recommend, since I do have foot problems. Works well with causual wear or with suits.Published 2 months ago by Amazon Customer