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Now the bad: These shoes collect rocks like nothing I have seen in my life. The grooves in the soles are the perfect size to grab little rocks, and the sole material has the perfect amount of softness to form around those little rocks and hold them tightly in the grooves. So every time I walk across our gravel driveway, (every time I leave the house) the soles fill up with rocks. I come back in and it's like I'm wearing freaking tap shoes until I get a screwdriver to dig all the rocks out. An added bonus is that now I have #@!$ rocks all over my floor. I will still buy Skechers in the future, but this particular model sucks.
Other than the unusually large sizing, these shoes are wonderful. They are super comfortable and so far, they're durable. I wear mine for walking and bicycling.
The feature that I do not like is their tread design. The slit designs in a soft flexible shoe grab and hold small stones and these will severely damage wood floor, tiles and scratch even composite floors. One needs to take these shoes off immediately and dig out the gravels from the tread before entering any house and walking on anything but carpet to prevent floor damage. That's your own house or any friends' houses and is the reason why I knocked two stars off my rating. Skecher models without such tread are a MUCH better choice.
I did some research on the sole materiel... it does in fact appear to be 'EVA' the same materiel as used by CROC's, that explains why they are so light in weight but terribly SLIPPERY and dangerous on wet metal surfaces... particularly dangerous on wet metal surfaces like manhole covers in the street and the edges of sidewalks that have a metal guard on thier edges.
Inexpensively made in Vietnam, hardly worth $65.00.