Reviewed by KC Bob from Missouri on Monday, July 8, 2013
Before purchasing this shoe I read all the reviews. I normally wear narrow shoes but because the reviews indicated that they ran a little small, I purchased a half size longer than normal and a medium width. The shoes were still a little tight but I am sure they will streach a little when worn. A great buy at this price.
Reviewed by East Coast hiker from Chatham, NJ on Monday, April 22, 2013
I have three pairs by now, all from STP. They do take a few days of break-in to be super soft. They have a somewhat narrow shape which in my case tend to squeeze the toes a bit, but after break-in they're much better. They are also fairly flat soled with little arch support, I fixed that problem with a pair of insoles that I just switch around. Appears well made. Overall very nice, good looking. 4 stars for the initial problems, otherwise I would have given them 5.
Reviewed by TSC from Santa Cruz, CA on Thursday, January 24, 2013
As soon as I put these shoes on I could tell they are total junk. I would not even consider ever wearing this shoe. The inner sole felt as if it were designed for a foot other than a humanbeing's. I could envision someone contracting foot problems from wearing these shoes. They are the worst shoe I ever bought (and returned).
Reviewed by Engineer from Colorado on Monday, January 21, 2013
I wear orthodics in my shoes, and have had several pairs of Neil M shoes that were well built. This pair is nothing like others I have worn. One shoe squeaked without orthodics. Both squeaked when orthodics were inserted.
Reviewed by A guy who walks a lot from Seattle area, WA on Sunday, May 15, 2011
The right shoe was poorly finished out where the bottom of the tongue is attached, leaving a large "bump" that hurt my foot within 5 steps. I returned them. It is a good looking shoe and the LEFT one seemed very comfortable. But the company needs to do better inspections before sending them to a distributor because as I said, the RIGHT shoe was unwearable. So far the ECCO brand has been the most comfortable and best fitting shoes I've found. Unfortunately they seem to fall apart if worn daily, [...] I hate paying retail which is why I tried these shoes.
Reviewed by HarryR from Salt Lake City, UT on Monday, May 9, 2011
I have trouble finding comfortable shoes because I have a wide toe box (typically buy New Balance in a 4E, for example). This shoe runs quite wide and a bit large, and is comfortable but I almost need a half size smaller.
Looks good for casual/business casual wear. Quality appears good.