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ECCO is a European shoe company founded in Denmark in 1963. Today they own and operate factories throughout Europe and Asia. They produce all the leather used in making Ecco shoes, taking measures to protect the environment at the same time. Their sole aim is to make a comfortable walking shoe.
Great durability in this updated version of the Track shoe
Very comfortable shoe. But impossible to keep the oiled nubuck looking nice. Bought the Eco conditioner, but I would recommend finding a different type of finish - I'll never buy... Read morePublished 4 months ago by T. Swift
I have really enjoyed the Ecco Track 5. It has become a near everyday shoe because of its comfort and reasonable style (for a hiking shoe).Published 8 months ago by Ludwig der Alte
I Bought two pairs of ECCO Men's Track 5 with the size 9.5. I love them so much. I wear every day. The shoes are really comfortable. Read morePublished 8 months ago by Yi Zhou
wasn't sure if I want to spend over $150 on a pair of shoes, but with ECCO it's totally worth it.
It's very comfortable and stylish, a bit bulky but that's okay I'm 6' 4"... Read more
the length of the shoe is just fit but it's a bit narrow and hard.
after a long walk, my feet feels not good and sometimes it's really hurt.
Let me start off by saying the thing I love about these shoes and the reason I bought them is they look decent enough to be worn to a board meeting and they are rugged enough to... Read morePublished 14 months ago by UniversalMindSpace
ECCO Men's Track 5 Low Outdoor Shoe did well in its daily wear, in the desert lands of the Middle East where it has been used. Read morePublished 15 months ago by A. O'tayo Lalude, MD
I have maybe 6 pair of ECCO brand shoes and love them all - except this one.
This is fine if you just wear it around the house or office - not if you are going to walk... Read more
These are very high quality shoes and very comfortable, except when it comes to walking. The culprit is the sole, which is too soft. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Mark Twain