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After buying two leather styles last winter, I was a big fan of sneakers. I am very happy to see the same insole online this year. They are exactly as expected; in my opinion, the insole/pad is the best on the market - even better than a custom orthosis. These are real shoes, you can wear them all day and walk comfortably. I will definitely buy them in more colors. Don't hesitate to buy these shoes.
This is my second pair of sneakers. I already have a pair of blue clothes, I hope my autumn clothing is khaki. I like these shoes. I work in a retail environment, sometimes I can only stand for nine hours at a time. I found these shoes to be both comfortable and supportive, yet attractive. I have to say that I have taken the entire size to get the right fit. I usually wear very wide shoes, which fits my shoes by eleven. (I did some trials and errors on my first pair until I found the right size, but this is right, as I expected.) As an extra bonus, my feet even look at me More petite. Indeed, these shoes are expensive, but in my opinion, they deserve every penny.
Love the fit, style and color. The arch support is great. Usually wear wides, but Taos doesn't make wides, so going up half a size makes these super comfy. I was able to wear them straight out of the box for the entire day, walking 5 miles and I had no problems.
These are my new favorite shoes. They have a roomy toe box, and the footbed feels like it's custom-made. The sides are low enough so they don't rub against my ankles. The throat is high, but doesn't cut off the circulation at the top of the foot. In regard to pronation, they seem neutral, but I haven't had them long enough to show any wear at the heel that would indicate under-or over-pronation. I knew they were going to "fit as expected," because I bought my first pair in person at a store, so I knew my size. They seem true to size, but they may be too roomy if you have very narrow feet.
These are the best canvas shoes with arch support that I have bought and stylish, too. They fit a size smaller than marked. My size is a women's 9 and I bought the size 10 for a perfect fit. The 9 1/2 were still too small. Ditch the Converse and give your feet some love.