Propet Men’s Walking Shoes Review – Comfort & Toe Mobility
Propet Men’s Walking Shoes
Price: $46.81 – $99.00
Color: black, bronco brown
Size: 7-12 3E-5E
Propet men’s commuterlite walking shoes are men’s wide shoes made of leather with a rubber sole and the heel measures approximately 1 1/2 inches. These propet shoes are extremely lightweight but sturdy enough to cushion your feet. They are very comfortable, almost like wearing slippers. The full grain leather upper of this men’s propet shoe has a breathable, brushed nylon lining and lace closure for an adjustable fit. The removable, replaceable EVA insole cradles and supports, and an internal heel counter reduces fatigue and enhances stability. This propet shoe resilient, cushioning sole has a wraparound heel, toe bumpers and a rubber traction insert. These shoes also give plenty of room in the toe box so that your toes aren’t squeezed together. Propel shoes are good for people who have foot problems because you can put orthopedic inserts inside the shoe to give more cushion, support and comfort. It is designed for normal walking on streets or floors but not hiking or power walking. Traction is good for normal walking. The shoe breathes about as much as any leather shoe with no venting. These shoes are so comfortable that they can be worn at work everyday. One drawback might be that in very bad weather such as heavy rain or snowy conditions you might want to wear a heavier shoe like boots to keep your feet dry and warm. The propet walking shoe still can be worn in most weather conditions during the spring, summer, fall and winter. These propet shoes definitely give more extra room for your feet than medium or narrow shoes which are tight and painful around the middle of the shoe and in the toe box. Also if you wear propet shoes for a while they will eventually stretch.
Personally, I wear a pair of black propet shoes called the executive walker (size 12 3E) and they are very comfortable to wear at work. These propet shoes with the plain toe provide extra room for my toes. I hope you enjoyed this propet walking shoes review and if you have any questions about the shoe please leave a comment below.
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