Customer Reviews Of:
Converse Work Skate Shoes - Suede (For Youth Boys and Men)
Closeouts. Who says work shoes can't offer a casual look? Converse Work suede skate shoes have a composite safety toe and slip-resistant outsole alongside a suede upper and classic skate shoe style that's at home at after-hours gatherings.
Average Rating based on 3 reviews 4.000000 0 5
Reviewed by gingermesiah from Clearfield, Ut on Tuesday, May 13, 2014Good looking and pretty comfortable once I swapped the insoles for some gels. lasted about six months before the toe stitching started coming loose and the interior lining began to tear. at about 9 months the composite top came loose and began wearing on my toes. This is under more extreme indoors conditions, walking over 5 miles a day. If your job is less physical they would probably be fine.
Reviewed by PDX Mariner from Oregon on Monday, December 30, 2013I'd give the shoes 4 stars @ full price- and w/o hesitation 5 stars @ STP's price. Had a couple previous pairs purchased somewhere else @ full price- one (the high top version) had defective glue and over time the outer sole partially separated from the rest of the shoe and began flapping around a bit. Regardless- still got my money's worth so @ the STP price w/extra discount I went ahead and purchased 2 new pairs. Put one up on a shelf and am wearing the other right now. I work on a ship in the engine room- so my environment definitely qualifies as harsh and at times extreme. These shoes do not replace leather boots- but they work about 90% of the time.
Reviewed by Joey, outdoor enthusiast from Maine on Monday, March 18, 2013Have only worn the shoe in the house for a short time, but seems like a good deal for a good shoe. Sturdy and surprisingly comfortable. Heavier than a typical skate-style shoe (probably due to the hazard ratings). Good foot volume--wide means wide. Ordered 1/2 size smaller and it fits well. Attractive shoes even if they were not "work shoes". Appear well-made and good quality.