About Lowa Barrow Lo Herren Sneakers (For Men)
Closeouts. Your favorite leisure travel shoe has arrived. Lowa's Barrow Lo Herren sneaker takes on museum tours, light hikes and strolls in the park without a single complaint from your feet. Its cushioned midsole and buttery-soft tongue molds to your foot contours, and the Monowrap® construction affords superb stability.
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Most Helpful 5-Star Review
Verified Buyer Reviewed by oldmansknees from PA on Tuesday, April 26, 2016these fit spot on. they are like Lowa's other low light hiking shoes, but made of a high quality smooth leather that gives them a totally un-hiking shoe look. The only downside were the laces - thin dress shoe style cotton laces that were too short. Fixed for $1.89, so still a screaming good deal from STP!!! Oh, yeah, made in Slovenia so typical Lowa high quality.
Reviewed by Trader X from Downingtown, PA on Thursday, February 4, 2016I rated this a 5 star since I got it at a much better price than the current $130 price tag. If I paid over a Franklin I would give it a solid 4 and change. I only tried it on briefly and walked around like I was purchasing shoes at a store so I could not comment any more than that it fits very well and it's very comfortable. Normal sizing would do. It feels very supportive and looks stylish. Everything about it is worthy of what any high end shoes should be.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Brian from Chicagoland on Thursday, January 28, 2016I got the Black to wear for work in a restaurant. Pros- very lite, very good support, look good, very discreet, feet and legs feel good after 8-9 hrs running around (I'm a waiter at a busy restaurant). Cons- the insert initially felt good, but after a few days it proved to be very cheap and not much cushioning (however this seems to be par for the course with a lot of even well made shoes - I just replaced it, and even though I thought there might not be enough room by the looks of the shoes for an amply cushioned insert, there definitely was The other Con is really specific to what I had bought them for - they are not slip resistant - so it really isn't a fairly a con for the shoe itself. I wear a 9.5 - 10 US size, - got a 10 in these and it was a good thing. The leather is awesome, and the tongue really is soft and padded nicely too. Glad I got these to switch off with a pair of black Eccos I also got for a great deal at STP.