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Reviewed by Shoe Attic :) from North Carolina on Wednesday, March 25, 2015
I liked this shoe but I needed a wider size. Brought back memories of high tops I use to wear back in the late 70's, 80's. I didn't get to wear them around so I don't know how they feel after a while wearing them.
Reviewed by Jeep from Ohio on Monday, March 23, 2015
These were nice, but one of the two pairs was a large size although I ordered medium and the packaging indicated medium. B/c of the return fee, I will eat the loss, but this was not the first time receiving incorrectly sized items. This time it was not Sierra Trading Post as the outer packaging appeared to still be sealed fro. the manufacturer. This rendered the per pair pricee more.than if I had bought at a big box store.
Reviewed by suejoobee from SOUTH DAKOTA on Friday, March 20, 2015
Very attractive and arm length is nice, however it is short through the torso and length. While I am tall, if you are swinging a club, you are going to want longer length. So while I will never wear this golfing, it is a cute casual sweater for work.
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