New Balance M2040|
April 17, 2013
Reviewer: SeniorPapa from Baton Rouge, Louisiana
Initially, I was worried about the cost/benefit but as soon as I wore these the first time I realized they were the most comfortable pair of shoes I've ever worn!I almost lost my right foot in an auto accident 7 years ago and live with foot pain on a daily basis and these shoes help reduce that pain. I highly recommend these to anyone!
Wears this shoe: work and personal
ECCO Biom Trainer 1.1|
Womens ECCO Biom Trainer 1.1
December 07, 2012
Reviewer: dragonfly from Cincinnati, OH
Just what I wanted. A heel cup that holds tight, good arch support, and shock absorption. I can walk on cement and uneven surfaces with no impact on my heels or knees. My feet stay dry in the rain. Thumbs Up.
Wears this shoe: Shopping, trips, tai chi and casual outings.
TrekSta Evolution Mid GTX|
Like walking Barefoot
October 24, 2012
Reviewer: Brian !^ from New City NY
I normally wear a 11.5 EEE, I took a chance and ordered these in size 12. I suffer from Plantar Fasciitis and after wearing the TrekSta for a week I am cured. I just wish they came in syles that I could wear to work. I will be using TrekSta's for all my activities that don't require me to dress up.
Wears this shoe: all the time
TrekSta Evolution Mid GTX|
remarkably comfortable hiking shoes
October 03, 2012
Reviewer: Alexia from Lexington, VA
These shoes immediately felt very different and much better than other hiking shoes I've tried on. They seemed to hug the foot and yet provide plenty of room for the toes. I have narrow, blister-prone feet, narrower in the heel. At the suggestion of a shoe salesperson (who carried Treksta but didn't have my size), I decided to try these. Now I've had a chance to wear them on the trail, and so far they've been remarkably comfortable right from the start (resulting in a very slight blister-tendency, nothing like what I usually experience). I'd certainly recommend these shoes to narrow-footed folks like me, and I suspect they would adjust to wider feet as well, by way of the good lacing arrangement.I tried two sizes, 8 and 8.5, and ended up keeping the 8.5s. I'm not sure that was the right choice. In a hiking shoe, it's hard to tell whether the toe room is adequate for downhill hiking until you get out on the trail. The unusual shape & fit of these made this guess a little trickier. The foot-shaped interior of the smaller size might have been a bit more comfortable. Ideally, you'd be able to give these a good try on a downhill slope before settling on the size.
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