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Athletic shoes are designed for use during the performance of a specific sport or physical activity. Athletic footwear encompasses a wide range of specified products to enhance the ability to participate in sports. Whether you need cleats to dig into grass or dirt, or a new pair of basketball sneakers, we have the best selection of all athletic shoes. Athletic shoes often include comfort features to protect the foot and ankle in activity. Additional cushioning support and arch support are types of these athletic shoe enhancements.
Footwear made of flexible material, typically featuring a sole made of rubber. Sneakers were originally sporting apparel, but are today worn much more widely as casual footwear.
Propet Stability Walker Happy customer
March 14, 2013
Reviewer: Ralph from Utah desert
This is the 7th pair of Stability Walkers that I have purchased. I walk 4 miles a day on a chip sealed road. The chips of stone take a toll on the bottom of these shoes in about 5 months. I still only buy these shoes because of the comfort and stability they afford me. All 3 colors look great.
Wears this shoe: Walking, casual
Propet PedWalker 25 the tongue keeps popping out
February 11, 2013
Reviewer: Judy S. from Houston, TX
I got these for my son because this brand fits him very well. For some reason in this style of shoe the tongue ends up coming out through middle of the two velcro spots no matter how often they are tightened.He doesn't mind it but it drives me CRAZY! Will definitely stay with this brand but not this style!
Wears this shoe: school
Orthofeet 610 Lace free
November 27, 2012
Reviewer: R. Roland from Oviedo, Fl
I found that I have to tie the shoe laces every time I put them on in order to get them tight enough. Go with the "620" if you want the "ease" of not tying your shoes every time.