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The men's Reebok Time and a Half walking shoe boasts a Walking Stride Guide which provides you with a smooth heel-to-forefoot transition. The leather upper provides comfort, support, and breathability, while the oil-resistant and slip-resistant outsole delivers enhanced traction.
Walk strong in the Reebok® Time and a Half II men's walking shoe. The outsole is both oil- and slip-resistant, so you can be assured exceptional traction on a variety of surfaces. An Opti-Flex zone increases forefoot flexibility, while DMX foam technology delivers supportive, comfortable cushioning.See all Product Description
Thses shoes are vey supportive, motion control shoes. There is room for orthotics when you remove the insoles. They grip the wet floors well.Published 22 months ago by J. Gray
My husband has a wide foot and these sneakers according to him fit well and are very comfortable. He walks at least 3-4 miles a day. Read morePublished 24 months ago by Cathy A.
I ordered these shoes for comfort, being it is hard to find a atlethic shoe for tired bad feet who work in a hospital setting at night. Read morePublished on April 14, 2011 by Ernestine Watson
My wife says I am worse than a woman when it comes to buying shoes! I went four different shoe stores looking for the right kind of walking shoe and left very disappointed. Read morePublished on March 23, 2011 by Kevin Perks
Having recently taken a job that requires black athletic shoes with no visible logo, I ordered these and a pair of Asics, both from the Amazon website, so I could rotate the pairs. Read morePublished on March 13, 2011 by Robert John White
I bought this shoe because I needed a better work shoe that could hold up for ten hours on concrete. It is a good work shoe. Read morePublished on August 11, 2010 by R. Westmoreland
I purchased this product because I had previously purchased an identical procuct twice before. This product came with insoles which were glued in, which was not the case before. Read morePublished on July 14, 2010 by tom