Comfort most important
February 20, 2013
Reviewer: Pete from Wanaque, NJM
The shoe is super comfortable and fairly attractive, not orthopedic looking.
Wears this shoe: Daily
they dont look THAT bad
December 10, 2012
Reviewer: A.Y. from Springfield MO
I'll admit that I didn't feel the Orthofeet 525 looked quite as good in person as they did in the photographs on the site. In fact I wasn't real sure I wanted to keep them but my spouse said "they don't look THAT bad". They do feel a bit like wearing boots compared to my old New Balance shoes (that I wore EVERYWHERE), especially on stairs. They are quite comfortable, though, so I'll keep wearing them. I had to put in one of the (included) foam spacers under the removable insole in order for my foot to not move around too much. I'm not at all confident that the velcro strap will last nearly as long as my old New Balance shoes did. After just a couple of weeks it already seems loose at the end.
Wears this shoe: Whenever I am not sleeping or working out.
August 11, 2012
Reviewer: Ben from Northern California
I have arthritis and diabetes so shoes are hard to find. These are close enough to wear, but I only got them because ORTHOFEET doesn't seem to have 9 1/2 N in their oxfords. Also, I keep hoping some walking shoes will have the inside remain flat under the toes and just bevel up the outer sole the last 3/4 in. under the toe. Maybe someday someone will make a shoe for rigid big toe joints. These 650s seem OK except for my special quirks.
Wears this shoe: most the time when I have to wear shoes.
July 31, 2012
Reviewer: tim from U.S.A.
Needs to be made back in the U.S.A. cause products are true to size.
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