- Product Dimensions: 12.7 x 12.7 x 12.7 cm ; 263 g
- Boxed-product Weight: 408 g
- Item Model Number: UTFS5720
- ASIN: B07DFVH9ZK
- Date first available at Amazon.com.au: 3 June 2018
- Average Customer Review: Be the first to review this item
Amazon Bestsellers Rank:
- #1438 in Men's Trainers
- Memory Foam Insole
- Flexible sole
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The Equalizer 3.0 is extremely light, like wearing slippers. As a matter of fact, if you are used to wearing leather sneakers these will feel "too light", and you may question their durability. I get about 300-400 miles per pair. But most importantly I HAVE HAD ZERO FOOT PAIN AND NO CALLOUSES WHILE POUNDING OUT THE MILES ON THESE SHOES. I have always developed callouses in the past while walking a lot. Sometimes to the point of bleeding, always to the point where I'd be in pain until I warmed up. All of that is in the past with these Skechers.
I take an extra wide, 4x shoe, and the width on these is great. I just wish all of their shoes were available in extra wide, as my only complaint would be that the color and style selection is limited in extra wide. But it's a small matter in comparison to how much better my feet are thanks to Skecher.
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As for durability? Only time will tell - I literally just got them about an hour ago. The particular color (all black) and size (14m) I bought only cost $39.99 so, if I get 6 months out of them, I will feel as if I got my money's worth out of them. Of course, I would love it if they would last a year or more, but I don't have high hopes for ANY brand or style of shoes. I've rarely owned a pair of shoes that last me that long.
I do feel it's important to note that there is very little traction with these shoes. I've yet to wear them outside, but we have a painted concrete basement floor and they definitely don't have much grip on that surface. They're a little better on our hardwood floors in the living room and bedrooms, but not much. I don't see them being very good on wet grass, that's for sure.
Overall: I'm giving them 5 stars, mostly based on comfort. Having said that, I am absolutely someone who regularly comes back and gives updates if my opinion changes. Some say they will do that and then they forget. Not me. If I say I will come back and update, I will. If the memory foam wears out sooner than expected, I'll be back with an update and my rating will change. If they start busting at the seems, same thing. Likewise, if they seem to be holding up as well or better than expected, I will also return and brag about the durability of these shoes. Honestly, I'm rooting for this shoe. I truly want to love them. But I also want to give a fair and unbiased opinion that will help others to make an informed decision on whether or not to spend their hard earned money on these shoes. So far, though, my initial impression of these shoes, is that they're VERY comfortable and I think the quality is great enough that they SHOULD last at least 6 months. Anything over that is just the cherry on top.
PS - I don't think the traction of these shoes would qualify them to be used for running/jogging, but I believe they will be awesome walking shoes. If you're going to an amusement park and plan on walking several miles in the hottest part of the day, I think these will be great for that. Also, I think the design of the outer fabric is such that they will allow PLENTY of air to circulate throughout the inside and help cool your feet. Luckily for me, it's rarely ever hot (even in July and August) where I live. It's a big deal if it gets up to 80 degrees in Marquette, Michigan. There are even times when we don't see 70 degrees for an entire month during the summer. Considering the fact that I was born and raised in Florida, I'm perfectly happy with that! Not that the last sentence or two has anything to do with the shoe itself, but I just wanted to give a little insight on why MOST people would really appreciate the cooling factor of these shoes. I hope my review helps in some way. Stay tuned for updates!