|Price:||$47.99 - $64.95 & Free Return on some sizes and colors|
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- canvas upper
- Rubber sole
- Shaft measures approximately 3" from arch
- Classic retro running shoe featuring canvas and hemp upper with contrast stitching
- Padded collar and tongue
- Durable rubber outsole
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Classic retro running shoe
Walk the vegan walk through this shoe, which contains no animal products, by-products, or derivatives. The shoe uppers are made of canvas and hemp, and feature the classic Sacony design on the sides. A rubber sole keeps this shoe durable for long walks.See all Product description
- Product Dimensions: 14 x 10 x 6 inches
- Shipping Weight: 2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
- ASIN: B003C1PATU
- Item model number: JAZZ LOWPRO VEGAN-M
- Date first listed on Amazon: October 4, 2005
- 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.
- International Shipping: This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
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At around a month, a hole appeared in the mesh above the toes. I didn't catch it on anything to the best of my knowledge, it just sort of appeared, and has been growing by the week. This was just casual walking on a daily basis for work, shopping, etc. No running or traipsing through thorny underbrush. A few longer walks but nothing noteworthy. At this rate, especially with winter coming and myself being a year round bike/pedestrian commuter, I don't see them being wearable through the next 2 months.
I had been wearing Adidas Sambas for the last... forever, and I would routinely wear them out at the speed of one pair a year. I admit I am hard on shoes being a big walker, but my Sambas never wore out anywhere but the sole below the ball of the foot.
Since I can't afford a new pair of shoes every 3 months I feel like I'm going to have to go back to the leather I have been trying to escape for like a decade. It's happened to me several times before in my pursuit of vegan shoes, every pair I get seem to be ill fitting, too expensive, or just kinda shoddy, (or a combo) and I end up back wearing the shoes I know work for me better than any other, down the cost of a wasted pair of shoes.
When these become unwearable I will PROBABLY try another pair and hope for the best, as they are the best vegan option out there that I have seen, and I really want to put in my due diligence before going back to leather.
I stand in these shoes on bare concrete 7-10 hrs a day for work and they are very comfortable. However the construction quality is very poor. Within two weeks the lining on the interior began to break down, loose threads began to appear on the exterior, and within a month the fabric at the toes split and separated from the sole. The soles remain in great condition, despite being worn on concrete.
I still wear them to work, but they quickly became too worn out to wear any other place.
Saucony have always been very affordable, have great style and last as long as my trainers that cost 3x as much. I would go into my long time favorite shoe store on Haight St in SF just down the street from my house. Everything there was exceptional, stylish and put you back a couple hundred dollars! My Saucony Jazz, in all kinds of colors, were always a mere $50!
Ethically the vegan Jazz in earthy tones, and a pop of orange, make me feel even bouncier trekking around the city. This is a bonus yet not obnoxiously in people's faces. I definitely encourage you to buy these and wear them till the soles fall off!