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Not bad but NEED a shoehorn.... they should include one with the price of these things!
on October 9, 2014
They do slip on wet floors like most flat bottomed shoes do. Also they are VERY hard to put on even when unlaced so have a shoehorn ready SERIOUSLY or they will get ripped up quick! Also get some comfortable inserts and order about 1/2 size larger so you can stick them in. Otherwise nice and better protection than a tennis shoe without the bulk of a full on boot. The look could go with many outfits. Also, I have had them now for a few months. I noted that the bottoms are separating from the shoe. Yes, I will glue them but for over $100 I would not expect to have to. Otherwise they are holding up well but VERY difficult to put on, it takes me over 1 min sometimes.