ECCO Men's Transporter Casual Tie Sneaker
|Price:||$46.26 - $139.95 & Free Return on some sizes and colors|
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- Synthetic sole
- Casual lace-up sneaker featuring debossed logo on tongue and lightly padded collar
- Removable insole
- Cushioned foot bed
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Laid back sneaker with tonal overlays, adjustable lacing, removable insole, durable non-slip outsole
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.
- Package Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B00IP7M83M
- Item model number: Transporter Casual Tie
- Date first listed on Amazon: July 16, 2014
- Domestic Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
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If you want more padding, consider purchasing the Ecco Fraser Causal Tie. It's very similar in style but maxes out at sizes 46 and 47 (us.shop.ecco.com/men-casual/ecco-fraser-casual-tie-539504.html). Keep in mind, the Ecco Transporter is one of the only shoe models that comes size 48 (US 14). So if you have large feet, your choices will be very limited with this brand.
1. The thickness of the front outersole, compared rear outersole is too thin. When walking, the rubber has a lot of flexibility and the shoe gives too much. You can easily push in the sole with your fingers. It's possibly a compromise Ecco made to reduce weight.
2. Inside the collar, there's a glossy faux-leather material that's used. It's too thin and would really benefit from the textile lining that's found in the ECCO Fraser Casual Tie. This would also provide more support and warmth to the shoe, especially during the fall and winter.
3. The tread on the front outersole does not provide much traction so be careful when walking in wet conditions. These shoes are ideal for sidewalks, light gravel, and mostly flat surfaces. If you want to do some light hiking, consider the Fraser Casual as it's generally more rugged and has the textile lining mentioned above.
Most of my shoes are ECCO, and over the last 20-25 years I wore a lot of different ECCO shoes. All of those shoes were comfortable from the moment I put them on the very first time, and every day ever since.
These, however, are not the same: as soon as I put them on one of the seams on the left leg was rubbing so hard that I almost got blisters on my foot after less than an hour of walking. I thought - may be it's a bad pair. Amazon was great and exchanged them for another pair.
Oh greatness, the bad seam is gone! But wait... Now the shoes have several smaller seams or corners on the inside rubbing both of my feet now.
Not comfortable, not usual ECCO, not keeping them. Will be sending the replacement back as well.