Reviewed by Bradley from Bellingham, WA on Monday, November 14, 2011
These shoes are comfortable for truly narrow feet. They are a little tight in the toe box and rubbed my little toe even though I have narrow feet. I put a super feet insole in them and that widened the toe box enough that they no longer rub and are quite comfortable.
Reviewed by none from Fort Collins Co. on Monday, September 26, 2011
Wore these to work for two days and the pressure from the elastic has worn a hole in the top part of the first joint of the big toe. These shoes hurt your feet even though the width and size are correct.
Best Uses: Business Casual
Cons: Causes Hotspots or Blisters, Has blistered top of foot
Reviewed by Ana from Florida on Tuesday, May 17, 2011
First let me say that my husband has both the Caddo and the Website Loafer styles by Neil M, and both were purchased at STP. He usually buys shoes in the $200 range but said that he would pay double that for the Caddo and Website Loafer. He even made me purchase a second pair of each to put away! So he was very disappointed when he tried on these shoes. Although they were the right size for the length of his foot, the instep was so tight that it gave him strong pain after five minutes of walking around our house. In addition, his heels lifted out of the shoes with every step. Finally the leather felt too stiff for his liking, and the shoes did not have enough cushioning. Please note though that the materials and construction of Neil M shoes are excellent and the prices at STP are the best; they are worth more than double the price. We will continue to buy this brand, but will focus on the more casual styles (softer leather and tons of cushioning) as these seem to work best for my husbamd's feet.
Best Uses: Business Casual, Casual Wear, Date Night, Going Out, Work
Cons: Causes Hotspots or Blisters, Poor Cushioning, Poor Fit, Too Stiff, Uncomfortable