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Sanuk Randolph Shoes - Slip-Ons (For Men)
Closeouts. Put the right foot forward when you sport Sanuk's Randolph shoes. Featuring a crisp canvas upper, these shoes have a unique look, and the new "No Ledge" profile offers a strong and sleek design that makes heads turn. Oh, and don't forget the supersoft, high-rebound EVA footbed, which is basically where feet dreams come true.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Breeze from Chicago on Tuesday, September 29, 2015These shoes have a little more support than other sanuk shoes. So you not only get the comfort that all sanuk shoes have but a little more support. Note these shoes are not for running or rugged activities but more for comfort casual.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Fitmomof3 from Indiana on Saturday, September 19, 2015Great looking shoe and soft like most Sanuk. Careful ordering if tou dont have a wide foot; i ordered a half size down and still slipped out on every step. Adding another insole beneath helped quite a bit.
Verified Buyer Reviewed by Graham from Austin, TX on Thursday, May 21, 2015I bought these to be my slide-on summer shoes, basically as an alternative to 'Vans' slip-ons. They run a bit small if you are wearing a thick sock, but are obviously intended to be worn without socks.
The material/canvas is double sided but very thin. The foam sole is comfortable but not as durable as a rubber sole. The actual rubber on the bottom is only 3/16" thick or so.
I'm pretty hard on shoes, I ride motorcycles, crawl around the garage and just generally tear up shoes pretty fast. I don't think these are going to hold up as well as a comparable pair of vans, but I can't be sure until i put a few miles on them
I think this would be a good shoe if you are a condo-dwelling yuppie type that drives your Lexus 3 blocks to a Starbucks. I'm enjoying the comfort but within about a week they are already muddy, stained and getting worn.
I do think they will continue to be a comfy shoe for a couple months as they blow out, but they really aren't made for the way I use and abuse my shoes. ... hah that rhymes!