- Dynagrip outsole
- Standard footbed
- Outer Material: Leather
- Inner Material: Manmade
- Sole: Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Material Composition: 100% Mesh
- Shoe Width: Normal
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- Package Dimensions : 30.4 x 23.4 x 11.6 cm; 997.9 Grams
- Date First Available : 24 Sept. 2014
- Manufacturer : Karrimor
- ASIN : B00LIJ34NW
- Item model number : K750-BLC-157
- Department : Men's
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,812 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- Customer reviews:
Karrimor Bodmin Low 4 Men's Shoes. New Mens/Gents Leather Suede & Textile Mesh Waterproof Weathertite Upper Walking/Hiking Shoes. Phylon Midsole For Lightness And The Karrimor Duragrip Outsole. Metal Eyelet Lace & Ski-Hook Fastening System For A Comfortable Fit.. Dark Brown.
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By Pen Name. on 20 May 2018
(Although I had one new pair that died after getting them wet, the suede shrank, stitches burst and they went “hard”, they’d lasted all of six months)
Now I have these - Karrimor Bodmin Low IV weathertite (men). What’s wrong with them?
The insole slips up behind the heel, and eventually can poke out of the back of the shoe. That’s an annoyance, and for whatever reason, all Karrimor shoes do this. Sort it out guys.
No, the issue with my new, and slightly more expensive Karrimor shoes is this, the left heel has worn through to the hollow spaces in the heel structure in less than a month! A month!
It’s appalling, even the right heel is showing more wear than I would expect in that time.
“Oh” you might say “I bet you walk for miles and really challenge your footwear”. No.
I wear these to walk twenty minutes to work and twenty minutes back again, plus other necessary walking. I can pull my Google data to show exactly how far I’ve been in them since purchase, it’s not far.
I think these are the last pair of Karrimors I will buy, they are just too poorly made for normal usage.
They've been a daily choice for a year, racking up about 7000 steps a day & have now pretty much had it.
The outers are still decent and the sole is ok, but, the heel has failed in both shoes, the insides are falling apart and they let water in now. The laces are also crap & never stay tied for long.
They've been comfy, whether round town or jogging up hill, and in winter the same as summer. The sole is especially good on rocky stuff
Generally pretty decent, but never fantastic & would have liked them to last longer