When Karl Toosbuy moved to western Denmark to start making ECCO shoes in 1963, he knew launching his own business would be a challenge. Despite the risks, from day one, Karl’s mission was to craft the most comfortable shoes possible without cutting corners or compromising on the details -- a legacy that has remained strong for more than half a century. Thanks to that uncompromising commitment, the ECCO footwear company has grown from just 16 employees into an international brand with loyal customers in 50 different markets across the globe. If you’ve been sear ... Learn more about ECCOching for footwear with a remarkable heritage of quality and class, consider giving ECCO sandals, shoes and boots a try. ... Less
Reviewed by RMc from Western PA on Monday, May 25, 2015
They fit and felt great right out of the box. The heel cup and ankle support give stability to the rear foot without overly restricting movement. The instep gives a firm hold through the midfoot with no hot spots (so far) and keeps my feet from sliding forward when going downhill. The toebox has lots of room for my toes. I don't expect any issues there. The forefoot has a nice flex that I like, especially on quick day hikes. The only reason I haven't given them five stars is that I haven't had them long enough to see how long they stay waterproof. (Spring hiking in the northeast is usually wet.)
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