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- Is Discontinued By Manufacturer : No
- Item Weight : 690 Grams
- Date First Available : 25 Jan. 2016
- Manufacturer : Karrimor
- ASIN : B01B1LWRBQ
- Manufacturer reference : 187037
- Department : Women's
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 1,817 in Shoes & Bags (See Top 100 in Shoes & Bags)
- Customer reviews:
Karrimor Mount Low Ladies Walking Shoes
The Karrimor Mount Low Ladies Walking Shoes benefit from a full lace up front and cushioned foam insole, whilst the breathable and waterproof design helps keep your feet dry and comfortable.
Ladies Walking Shoes benefit from a deep ridge sole for traction and support, whilst the Karrimor branding offers a great look.
> Ladies Walking Shoes
> Weathertite waterproof / breathable
> Phylon midsole
> Heel and tongue pull loops
> Arete III womens outsole
> Suede and mesh upper, Textile inner, Synthetic sole
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Pros - These shoes are comfortable. When I wore them for the first time it was for a good 3 - 4 miles and they didn't rub at all. They are light weight. They are not too expensive. They look quite good for walking shoes.
Cons - They are not waterproof at all, even a decent morning dew means wet feet. When walking on hard wet services such as bitumen or concrete they have poor grip and are a bit slippery. I expect they could be worse in winter when it gets icy.
Overall - If you are wearing them in nice dry conditions, they would be great walking shoes however in the UK's wet climate they aren't good and much of the time I can't wear them because even if it hasn't been raining on most mornings the dew is a problem.
They arrived in time to the delivery date, and are very light weight, but on the second time of wearing them, the in sole came loose half way through a walk, which in turn made the trainer uncomfortable and gave me a blister from the hard part of the sole, I couldn't change them or buy new ones at the time as I was in the countryside.
I now have to pay for these to get repaired at a shop to try and get a proper wear from them without any more discomfort.
You'd be best buying slightly more expensive shoes with a better built to last quality!