- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm ; 408 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 408 g
- ASIN: B079Y9R5G2
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 19 February 2018
- Customer Reviews: 388 customer ratings
Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
39,428 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories (See Top 100 in Clothing, Shoes & Accessories)
- #153 in Men's Loafers & Slip-Ons
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Sadly, I wore out a pair of leather ones because I often slipped them on without putting my heels in the shoes. Eventually my heels wore through the material around the elastic band at the rear, leaving the band flopping around to get tangled in my foot when slipping them on and making it pretty much impossible to get my heels to stay in the shoe any longer.
I don't blame the shoes, it was completely my fault, but when I saw these backless Sanuk's, I knew I had to get them so I could avoid the problem in the future.
The only reason I didn't give them five stars is they could fit a bit more securely. They are snug enough, so that's not the problem, but my foot doesn't go far enough into the shoe unless I really make an effort to do that. They're fine to slip on for a quick trip to the mailbox or to grab something from the garage or garden shed, but I wouldn't feel safe driving in them or engaging in any fast moving activity.
Despite the lack of anything holding them at the ankle, they rarely come off when I walk around outside.
Yes, some people call me nuts for walking around outside with these in the snowy New England winters. But with a warm pair of water-resistant wool socks, why not wear the sandals you love?
Personally, I prefer either NO arch support (like these - just like walking on the ground, not toe shoes, but otherwise similar) OR very solid arch support (like a great running shoe). In between is where you go wrong.
For me, it's usually these. I don't like high-impact shoes.