Pros & Cons
What we like ...
- Driplex fabric wicks away perspiration
- Premium orthotic insoles designed with anatomical arch support
- Wide toe box benefits a range of foot issues
- Rocker cushioning helps improve the ease of walking
What needs improvement ...
- Could use some more color options
- On the more expensive side for a knit-material shoe
While a bit on the pricey side for a knit-material walking shoe, there is some good technology and materials that are included with this style. They include an arch booster designed in the insole that helps to realign the foot while also helping with your overall body posture. Doing this can help to relieve some foot and heel pain you might be experiencing from other shoe styles.
The knitted upper does have the advantage of moving with the contours of your feet and doesn’t require any break-in time like a leather style might. This helps to reduce any pressure on sensitive feet and makes them easy to get on and off if you have any type of mobility issues.
With a 60-day wear test, this tennis shoe has a lot to offer without a lot of risks if you don’t love it. The foam padding on the tongue gives it more cushion and the ergonomic stride design helps anyone walk with a little more ease after slipping this shoe on. The material is also easy to care for and the rubber outsole has a superior grip helping you to feel secure and stable with each step.