What we say...
A Dual-comfort Croslite material footbed offers heel cushioning while an outrigger tab helps add to forefoot stability in a classic style.
As reviewed in our 2014 Shoes Test: Once you get over the looks, you’re left with a surprisingly light shoe that offers a comfortable fit. The upper doesn’t feel as high quality as some, and the grip doesn’t excel, but it’s a reasonable budget option for dry days. A roomy shoe, especially in the toe area. Some would prefer a more traditional offering but the padding around the ankle helps tailor the fit and add comfort. The spongy underfoot helps cushioning.