Closeouts. An air of casual, upscale nonchalance infuses the slightly distressed style of Bacco Bucci's Jordan -- fine leather sneakers with plenty of attitude and the slip-on comfort of positive-fit technology.
Reviewed by ShoeUser from Cincinnati, OH on Tuesday, May 8, 2012
After reading negative reviews, I was skeptical about the quality of the shoe. But after wearing the shoe for about 10 hours total I have not yet noticed any quality issues. The shoe is made very well. The leather (tan in my case) has a very rich, very classy look. It is hard to describe, but you know it when you see it. One thing I would change is the white fabric trim. The white fabric satins too easily. There is the same shoe with gray trim. I wish it were an option here. Overall, I am very happy. Wish I had also bough that brownish color shoe when it was available in my size
Reviewed by El Presidente from Lake Tahoe on Monday, April 9, 2012
Question some of the reviews on these shoes. Everyone seems to agree that they are great looking, but some question how well they are made. They are just tennis shoes! They won't last forever! Just enjoy them! Fun retro look. Remind me of my old Converse low cuts but upscaled with leather. Easy on/off with no ties. Fairly snug. Think they work best without socks.
Reviewed by Italodoc from Illinois on Wednesday, December 8, 2010
Great looking shoe but gave me a serious blister at the Achilles tendon. Closer examination revealed uneven stitching at the seam. Usually wear a size 8 sneaker. Had to add an insole and it still felt a bit wide and long.