Information about ECCO Travelite Sporty Shoes - Mary Janes (For Women)
Closeouts. ECCO Travelite sporty Mary Jane shoes are ideal for daily adventures -- wet or dry. They feature a quick-drying synthetic and mesh upper with ECCO Receptor® technology that maximizes the power of each step.
Quick-drying synthetic and mesh upper with touch-fasten instep and heel straps
Reviewed by The gal that rides a bike to work from Santa Cruz, CA on Tuesday, August 09, 2011
These shoes are incredibly comfy and stable. I've worn out two pairs over the last two years and am very sad they are being discontinued. I wear orthotics and these are the only shoes I've found that works well with them. I have a very high instep and my big toe goes numb if I don't wear the orth...
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Reviewed by Valerie from Long Island, NY on Thursday, July 05, 2012
Great looking shoe - quite stylish and made my big feet look less so. BUT found cushioning lacking, and while they could have been comfortable for a short time, to me they were simply not all-day comfortable shoes, so sadly I returned them. If you have a narrower foot, perhaps an innersole would help.
Reviewed by NM Shopper from Santa Fe, NM on Thursday, June 21, 2012
Good crossover from casual to casual-chic which is how I live. They are nice and roomy in the toe box, and a little too roomy in the heel, but adding a drug store heel&arch orthotic fixed that. They will be great for travel with all day walking comfort and nice enough looking to wear for dinner with black slacks.
Reviewed by Marion the librarian from Appalachia on Tuesday, May 22, 2012
I bought these to wear to work in a library, even with dresses. My feet kill me even in flats, so I wanted something as cushy and supportive as a running shoe. These are not cushy, nor do they have arch support. BUT there is plenty of vertical room. I added my arch support inserts topped by a gel pad for the whole foot. Now they feel GREAT, and they're not as dorky looking as sneakers with a dress. And the cut-out heel makes them look sort of sandal-y for summer.