Merrell Zest Glove|
Cute...but not going to last!
April 03, 2013
Reviewer: Karen from New York
As a long-time fan of Merrell shoes, I bought these for comfort to wear on a warm weather family vacation that included lots and lots of walking... zoos, amusement parks, etc. I wanted a lightweight leather barefoot shoe that would cover my foot but not rub or get hot. Previous reviews were all very positive, and I have had great experiences with my pace gloves, sundial sandals, lorelei zips. Never before had I a merrell shoe start to fall apart on day two. Half way through the zoo, the tape-like lining by the pinky toes started to bunch up and peel away, making it rub against my toes and cause discomfort. Now it will not lay flat and I only wear them to run to the store or for driving. Big disappointment.
Wears this shoe: Running to store, driving...short walks.
Merrell Trail Glove|
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: Zack from North Idaho
These shoes are awesome if you want to strengthen your feet for trail running. I like to use them because I like making my body stronger in every way possible. Do be careful if you have never really run barefoot. You need to work up to regular running in these shoes if you are used to using tennis shoes. The intricate muscles of your foot are worked much more by this style of running, but if you want a challenge, or just like to strengthen your body every way possible, these are for you.
Wears this shoe: Running
ECCO Biom Lite 1.3|
Ecco athletic shoes
December 29, 2012
Reviewer: Charlene from Pacifica, CA
I was leery when ordering this shoe because I have for the past several years worn another Ecco shoe that they have discontinued. I am partial to Ecco athletic shoes because I have a narrow foot and it is difficult to find an athletic she that does not slide against my heel. I am very surprised and pleased with this shoe. It is extremely light weight and fits like a slipper. My one concern is whether the sole will last with all the walking I do. I walk on concrete and dirt surfaces, so time will tell. But thus far, I've already recommended this shoe to friends.
Wears this shoe: I wear it mostly for walking 2 - 4 miles daily.
Merrell Reach Glove|
Big difference Reach vs Radius Glove
December 18, 2012
Reviewer: mcdee from Northern California
I initially purchased both shoes as the difference was the reach is a tie and the radius is a slip on. I first received the reach and it is very light weight, comfortable with a nice snug fit. I then ordered the radius as I preferred the look/picture of the slip on but it felt like a completely different shoe. The radius was very uncomfortable, it felt a whole size lagers and much wider, even with thick socks it felt too big. I thought maybe it was a wide width but not so. Needless to say I returned the radius and kept the reach, still surprised but how different they fit.
Wears this shoe: Casual
Keen A86 TR|
Very thin soles
December 13, 2012
Reviewer: Zendot from Florida
I really liked the feel of the uppers. They are very light and comfortable. I thought they looked great with jeans. A little weird but that's why you buy them, right? Very light like you are wearing no shoes at all. Unfortunately, the soles are so thin that I could feel the little bump tread on the bottom. They felt like I was walking on marbles. My feet started to hurt after half an hour. Not at all comfortable. Too bad.
Wears this shoe: casual
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