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Shoe has good support and I can go 12,000 steps a day in them.
C.Robinson
· January 30, 2019
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I haven’t had any problems. They stick well on dry. When wet they’ve been just as good as my Nikes or other brands. I’ve bought 4 pair already since they’re at a great price, good shoes, and I won’t have to buy new shoes for a while.
F. Samson Jr.
· October 11, 2018
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my size is 8.5D and I found these shoes to be a little tight at first, but I am sure as I break them in they will be fine. I'd say they are fairly true to size.
Joemc
· March 6, 2018
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They are available from Skechers in wide, however doesn't look like Amazon carries them in wide
Cos
· October 10, 2019
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Not really waterproof at all, they are a kind of mesh material.
David Carriker
· December 2, 2019
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11.5 should be perfect. These fit as expected.
Don K.
· November 8, 2018
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This particular shoe is not. Skechers does have slip ons.
Lyle
· March 26, 2019
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Not sure but I have had absolutely horrible pain in my feet from wearing ill fitting shoes. From day one these have been by far the best wearing shoes I've ever owned. I know people have said in the past "These shoes are like walking on air" but with these shoes it's true. If you buy them you won't be disappointed.
bryan l.
· October 10, 2018
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· August 23, 2020
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Any insole can be removed for orthotics. But, some brands glue them in. The shoes that I got are glued. But, I can remove the insole if I want to. It's just a bit messy.
John the elder
· January 10, 2019