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- Materiale esterno: Pelle
- Materiale suola: Sintetico
- Chiusura: Senza Chiusura
- Composizione materiale: 100% pelle
- Larghezza scarpa: Normale
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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Dimensioni prodotto : 12.2 x 32.4 x 21.2 cm; 340.19 grammi
- Disponibile su Amazon.it a partire dal : 19 novembre 2016
- Produttore : Clarks
- ASIN : B01ACQYH8M
- Numero modello articolo : 26119614
- Categoria : Uomo
Posizione nella classifica Bestseller di Amazon: n. 1.708.505 in Moda (Visualizza i Top 100 nella categoria Moda)
- n.3833 in Loafer e mocassini uomo
- Recensioni dei clienti:
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Post-trip, these shoes have held up remarkably well. There is some expected wear from around the edges, as well as on the sole, maybe ~1 mm. The shoe itself retains its aesthetics from before the trip. During the week at Disney World, the shoe was subjected to rain, varying heat and gravel/sand and I'm quite satisfied with its performance in keeping my feet dry and comfortable. Where my S/O received blisters on her feet wearing Crocs after the second day, my feet remained unaffected for the entire duration of the trip.
I have no complaints about this shoe other than - and remember that this is mostly a characteristic of all shoes - the top of the shoe between the toe and the ankle will crease over time as it bends and flexes. Obviously the severity of this depends on how you plan to use the shoe. Also - read the recommendations of other ratings and get half a shoe size down.
To me, these shoes have already proven their worth, and I'm already considering getting another of the same pair so I have replacements once these ones wear out.
First impressions: lightweight; narrower and therefore arguably dressier than Keen shoes which fit wide.
Construction: 7/10, made in India (I visit India periodically, I have stopped buying shoes there - not exactly Germany), leather upper, synthetic lining and sole; some double stitching, which looks conscientiously done.
Fit: OK, so I am size 8.5-9 but should there be 3.5 cm of space after the big toe? Left (smaller foot) too loose in heel. Even right is slightly. 8.5 would fit L better but would they then be to tight in R? I am not going to find out.
Insole: 5/10, cheap, no arch support, wouldn't be able to replace with orthotics
Sole: 3/10, one-piece cheap (?) plastic, slightly nubby texture and probably better than that of my SuperBirki clogs, but not wet weather confidence-inspiring.
Comfort: 6/10 OK. When walking indoors on hardwood they feel soft enough, also good when tested on hallway carpet. These are *not* hiking or even urban walking shoes, and they are not marketed as such. I would not take these on a walking tour of Kolkata or Budapest.
Ease getting in and out: 3/10, even with elastic on each side of tongue these are hard to put on. Easier to pull off though. Not suitable for my activities in Asia, where according to custom and hygiene I must remove and re-don my footwear dozens of times daily.
Appearance: 7/10, rich ever so slightly burgundy-brown colour, interesting texture; stitching lines accent the length (unnatural shoe shape which does not match the organic real shape, catered to in children's shoes and Birkenstock type clogs). This design might suit those who want a classic-looking semi-dress shoe. I feel like a university Professor on the job.
Value: 6/10, these might be OK if $50 shoes, but not at $90 CAD after 12.5% in sales taxes. I would rather spend twice the price and get ten times better of a shoe. Seems Clark has lost its place as a high-end shoe manufacturer. But that was what, twenty-five years ago?
My feet: My feet are slightly wide, I have a high arch, slightly high front top of foot and slightly narrow heel, but all within normal parameters. My left foot us 8.5, right 9. Depending on shoe or boot manufacturer and model toe box (and whether I insert a custom/off-the-rack orthotic or use just a silicon heel support [also thickness of sock or bare feet]) I wear between an 8.5 and a 10, typically a 9.
Context: I am comparing to my never-found ideal shoe (very poor) and the best I have found so far - Keen, several models, albeit $120-200+ (poor)
These shoes did and do!
Hopefully Clark will continue to provide shoes that make my precious feet feel good!
Shoes are taken for granted till plantar fasciitis strikes!
For me Clark shoes are both attractive and take care of my plantar fasciitis!
Only issue is the seams where there is threading is not well done. I don't know what to call it. One stick broke on both shoes right at the place the foot bends, just after the toes. I can see the small opening on both shoes where the stitch broke and its mildly infuriating.