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- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately Low-Top" from arch
- Heel measures approximately 1 1/2"
- Platform measures approximately 3/4
- Medicare/HCPCS code A5500 diabetic shoe
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Hurrying to work or kicking back, the casual Propet Commuterlite will keep you relaxed both on and off your feet. The full grain leather upper of this men's oxford has a breathable, brushed nylon lining and lace closure for an adjustable fit. The removable, replaceable EVA insole cradles and supports, and an internal heel counter reduces fatigue and enhances stability. Part of the Featherlite collection, this Propet sneaker's resilient, cushioning sole has wraparound heel and toe bumpers and a rubber traction insert, adding extra grip whether you're dashing or sauntering. Make your next trip your best trip in the Propet Commuterlite.
Where have you been all of our life? This cushioned and perfectly fitting shoes are as comfortable as they are smart-looking. Known for creating shoes that fit hard-to-fit sizes, Propet outdoes itself. The smart leather upper can be dressed up or down, making it perfect for work or play. The rubber sole ensures that you’ll be walking on air, whether it’s too the office, the ball park, or the pub.See all Product description
- Package Dimensions: 14 x 5 x 5 inches
- Shipping Weight: 4 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B001H548SC
- Item model number: M1019
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 21, 2002
- Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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These shoes are just a bit narrow for optimal comfort over a whole work day...in my case...especially with a winter sock, but the positive trade-off is that, since my orthotics tend to make my feet slide to the outside in the shoe, stretching the uppers and wearing the heels to the outside, the slight constriction exerted by 5E, the widest Propet width, as opposed to, say, the 6E I usually order in a Drew Arlington Oxford, tends to anchor the foot, even out the heel wear, and give me a better walk and a more even footprint.
Secondary benefits: less strain on all the the micro-muscles in the feet and legs, and the glutes, all of which ramifies positively up through my back. In fact, my next Drew order will probably be for 5E.
I'm very pleased with these shoes. They're disposable, since you can't resole them. But the price was right as well. May get 2 more pairs. If I like a shoe, the manufacturer is sure to discontinue it!
First, my pair seemed to run wide. I normally take a 9 medium but I think a 9 narrow would have fit better. The toe box is big, I think I would have had wiggle room even with the narrow, and this is a good thing compared to shoes which smush your toes together. The shoe is very comfortable to walk in, very cushioned, very light weight. It's not designed for hiking or power walking but for normal walking or standing it's great. Traction seems good. It breaths about as much as any leather shoe with no venting. I wear it to work and while it looks a bit clunky it certainly fits into a professional environment.
Comparing it to my old shoes - Rockport ProWalkers - the Propet's are more cushioned with much nicer leather that you could polish to a reasonable shine. Perhaps the Propets have a bit less support and their sole is designed more for sidewalks and floors versus the Rockports which you could do simple hikes in.
In a few years, when I've worn these out, Propets will be tops on my list for a replacement.
UPDATE: I am on my second pair. I still think they are very comfortable. However, durability is an issue. The sole is too soft and wears out quickly. I had hoped that the second pair would be more durable, but it was not the case. After a couple of weeks, the sole showed very visible wear. I have downgraded my rating from 5 to 3 stars.
The good: these shoes are INCREDIBLY lightweight; I keep picking them up, and expecting them to be much heavier.
The bad - I got a 5E size - and they feel like 3E - they are causing pain to my feet. I wore them for a while, hoping that they would expand, but nothing doing. I'm looking into returning them. I'll be going back to the trusted-and-true Village Walkers.
I also did not know that I will have to pay another 50 dollars after it lands in India, which was almost the cost of the shoe. Make sure if you are buying from Amazon.com instead of Amazon India, you ask about these hidden costs or check out if the product is on the Amazon Global page.