Closeouts. Gored ankle boots like Johnston & Murphy's Macomb lend an air of easy nonchalance to your stepping out wardrobe, and these have a unique Flex outsole that feels comfortable right out of the box.
Reviewed by barrybeng from barrybeng on Friday, November 8, 2013
If It's a Johnson/Murphy shoe it willprove to be exceptional. This is my second pair od JM and they are comfy from the get go. They are an extremely well made shoe as well inside and out. I will always opt for JM's!
Reviewed by Shoe Buyer from Michigan on Saturday, November 3, 2012
Where do you go that they don't have a tile entry way? That's right NOWHERE. A little moisture, be prepared to perform some acrobatics wearing these. The worst shoe I have ever owned once the bottom gets damp. Additionally the toe box is narrow, it feels well cushioned, but within two hours, your dogs are barking. Three weeks later, they have stretched a little, but I would NEVER buy them again. They replaced a pair of Josef Seibel boots of similar design, they do not compare. The Seibel's were not overly comfortable, but comparatively speaking, they were awesome.