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These shoes are very comfortable and lightweight. Typically, I wear a shoe between 10.5-11, and I went to the store to try them on before purchasing online. A size 11 was too big and my heel was flipping out of them. The size 10 was a little snug, but I read that they typically break in and fit better. If you were a half size, I would recommend sizing down. Overall though, great shoes.
This product has not held up well at all, and I’ve had the shoes for a week! The shoes have already creased significantly after only one day of moderate use, which is not at all what I was expecting. I don’t think I’m going to be wearing these shoes much going forward, and it’s a shame that I really haven’t gotten more than a day’s worth of activity out of them so far. The laces are also pretty annoying, as they can’t be tightened.
I love these shoes they are comfortable, stylish, and look great. I've gotten a bunch of compliments on how good looking these shoes are and I'm very happy about this purchase. One thing I didn't realize is that the laces are just for show and these are slip on.
These are a great shoe style-wise! And I really wanted to love them but unfortunately I think they fell aside in the performance department. For me, these shoes fit well, are light and work with my style. Unfortunately, Under Armour still needs to learn about the performance issues with making a shoe for wearing with no socks. The material along your ankle and heel is WAY too rough and will shred your heel up within minutes. I wore these shoes (without socks) on a day trip to the city and within 20-30 minutes of walking, my back heel was already getting cut up by the material. After a few hours, my girlfriend pointed out my heel was bleeding. Honestly, if Under Armour added a little slip of leather in the heel or at least worked with more feet-friendly material around the ankle it could've gone a LONG way. Avoid this shoe or wear with socks only.
I bought the Downtown Green slides and absolutely love the color. It's a tad darker than in the photos, which I like. Super lightweight, comfortable, and I love the fact I don't have to touch the laces to get in and out of them. Time will tell if they stand up quality wise, but overall I'm impressed.
This is my third pair of these shoes. I wear them to work since they look professional enough for the office but are WAY more comfortable than any other work shoes I've owned. I'm sure I'll be getting a fourth pair once these ones are worn to death.
Let me start by saying how light and comfortable these shoes were. They are ideal for what i do, business casual. until i walked in to my kitchen and slid across the floor. Zero grip. had to send then back
Had these a couple weeks. They’re what I wanted: a sneaker looking shoe I can quickly slip on and not worry too much about not wearing socks.
Opportunities for improvement:
- Soles are slick/slippery, could have better traction
- Probably will take a bit of break in around heels/ankles before long walks or you’ll blister then callous.
Just got the shoes and have worn them twice. They are causing some painful blisters. It feels like where they were sown together is a really hard spot which is causing the discomfort.
The shoe is exactly as described. Nice to slip into and the show is snug.
Only downside is that the back of the shoe rubs against the back of my ankle and caused blistering. I think after they get broken in that should soften the back edging. It's okay if you are wearing socks, but not barefoot for the first couple of weeks.