I am very sastified
Fit is right for my 12 Extra Wide front of foot and narrow heel. I have severe arthritis and, on my right foot, a large bunion on my big toe. My second toe is deformed and crosses left over my big toe. Shoes have flexible fabric in key places and are easy to put on with a long shoe horn. Shoes are easy on my wallet at an all in price of $39 per pair with free shipping. Thanks!
shoes are comfortable. Owing to age and health problems my feet swell and become uncomfortable. This retards exercise so I put on weight and then my feet start to hurt! A vicious cycle. Having worn these sneakers aday I already find that I can last longer, so I can be more active and lose some weight. I like the colors, I have the bright yellow, that also means I will not lose them. These are the first sneakers I have felt really comfortable in.
Can't give much review. Right now my feet are too swollen to wear the shoes. But I did get them on the first day they came I love the way they felt on my feet. Can't wait until my feet go down and I get to wear them all day.
The title says it all, really - these are supremely comfortable, they slip on without hassle and stay on securely. They're pretty lightweight also, I barely even notice I'm wearing them for the most part. The sole is comfortable and supportive for walking (which I do a fair amount of so this is important to me), not stiff.
The thin top layer breathes well and is great for hot climates, I never feel like my feet are overheating despite 90+F temperatures (and I expect the same will be true when the temperatures get hotter). By the same token, they are probably not great for colder climates. I live in a warm place so I can wear them year-round, but someplace with actual winters not so much.
I would also maybe avoid wearing them in rainy places, by which I mean they are absolutely fine for walking on a wet surface (it's a thick sole) but the top is probably going to let rain through and you wouldn't want to step in a puddle.
I like them so much I bought a second pair shortly after the first just as a future spare :)