Average Rating based on 3 reviews 4.666666 0 5
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Joy from Minnesota on Tuesday, March 7, 2017I can fit my Women's size 9.5 running shoes AND the flip-flops I wear in the shower in this bag. It's snug, but they fit. Zips from both/either side, with a hanging loop on top and smaller loop on bottom. Mesh front for breath ability. I love this for putting my shoes in within my gym bag for transport, then I can pull the shoe bag out at home/office and hang it to air out without shoes being all over.
Reviewed by Random Guy from California on Tuesday, January 24, 2017As another reviewer said: watch the size. The description provided by STP is correct, and per the packaging: "FITS UP TO W 9.5 | M 8 | EU 41". I put men's size 8 in there. and it was tight, but really functional. BTW: it's not too hard to figure out how to fit them in there: there's a little pic on the packaging, and shoes really won't fit any other way.
Material is that lightweight sil-nylon fabric, which is just right for this application (IMO).
Reviewed by Ethics Prof from Maryland on Sunday, August 14, 2016When I first saw this product on the STP site, I was delighted. As I often go to the gym in my athletic duds and simply change footwear there, a shoebag is frequently more needful than a full-sized gym bag. And this one appeared to fit the bill. I've just tried out my new shoe bag, and it does accommodate my 9.5 M Asics cross-trainers. But the fit is pretty snug; and had I not gone to the Eagle Creek website and looked carefully at the photo of this bag [...] shoes, I might have struggled indefinitely to get my trainers in.
The bag is designed to hold shoes side by side (face up), heel ends up and toe ends down. However, this is not self-evident; and other customers may have tried, as I did, to put their shoes in the way you would usually find them in a shoebox -- which doesn't quite work.
I have yet to buy an Eagle Creek product that wasn't well thought out. This bag is no exception. But there ought to be a card inside showing exactly how to insert one's gym shoes; and more generous sizing is definitely in order. For now, those with large feet -- like my husband and daughter -- are out of luck.