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Rockport Men's Wachusett Trail Sport Sneaker
$49.99 - $54.99
- Rubber sole
- Rockport provides traction, support, and stability in this confident walking shoe.
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Comfortable and stylish are few words that describe the Rocport Wachusett Trail Sport Lace Up. Made of high quality full grain leather, this men’s tennis is easy to clean and maintain. Strobel provides forefoot flexiability to aid the walking motion, while Padded collar and tongue help prevent blisters and lace bruising. EVA with Adidas adiPRENE® footbed provides a highly shock-absorbent cushioning that protects the heel at impact, while it also reduces moisture and odors to help the foot stay dry and comfortable. PU outsole provides traction, support, and stability for a long term use without sacrificing comfort. Take off in style and confidence with Rockport Wachusett Trail Sport Lace Up.
Rockport has always been one step ahead of the times, believing the perfect shoe has not yet been invented. This positive dissatisfaction compels them to constantly improve upon their footwear. Founded in 1971, they were the first company to use advanced athletic technologies in casual shoes to achieve lightweight comfort, and the first company to engineer walking comfort in dress and casual shoes.
- Product Dimensions: 12 x 8 x 4 inches
- Shipping Weight: 3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- Origin: China
- ASIN: B008DUO8SE
- Item model number: Wachusett Trail Sport Lace Up
- Date first available at Amazon.com: December 26, 2012
- 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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Top Customer Reviews
In my view the shoe is fairly sized...if you wear a 10 medium, order that size.
I think that $40-$60 is a fair price.
I have worn the shoes two days, mostly around the house and in town running errands. It is fine for that type of purpose. Comfortable. Cool. Attractive
In my view this shoe is not for any serious walking, exercise, or hiking. It lacks the cushion and side support I would want for those activities. I may get another insole along the way.
I did eventually get replacement insoles. I went on a few day-hikes in these and didn't damage any part of my body, so I'll call that a success. I mostly ended up replacing these when they start to irreparably smell. I've had my most recent pair for about 15 months, and the only damage is a cut on the top that clearly happened because of something sharp and external and is in no way related to a seam on the shoe. Really, the only reason I feel the need to replace them is that they eventually — like all things that live on gross human feet — start to hold the smell, and they do fade and get dirty over time. Again, this happens to literally all shoes ever.
If you have wider feet, you should find comfort here.