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 eyelean54 from The Vineyard on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
Too snug for my 6.5 foot --gave to younger twenty something friend. Sox fit like knee high hose but so snug that if my feet get puffy like they do at the end of the day would not be comfortable. Nice quality and feel but not for me and not worth expense of returning- so passed on to someone else.
Reviewed by Prairie Girl from Virginia on Tuesday, October 6, 2015
I was a little worried about ordering European sizes online, but these shoes were so cute that I had to give them a try. I'm so glad that I did! They were comfortable right out of the box and fit perfectly. Very well made and the style is versatile. I will get a lot of miles out of these shoes. Maybe I should order another pair before they sell out....
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