Casual Walking Shoes

Zee09

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For everyday use.
Black sizes up to 14
Who makes the most comfortable shoes especially for a bad back.
Spira are nice but getting expensive ( spring loaded)
Gravity defeyers are well made but the spring rates are all wrong giving you the feeling you're walking in mud...lol
Any suggestions. Thanks all.
 
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No matter what shoes you buy, I'd recommend getting a Shoe / Glove Dryer.
Once I bought one, I'd never be without it.
Not the one I bought, but you get the idea.
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You might look into Ecco shoes. I’ve had a pair for almost two years, and despite nearly daily use, they remain comfortable, dry (Gore-Tex lining), and show remarkably little wear. They are not cheap, but they have lasted far longer than Timberland, Rockport, and similar brands.
 
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For dress shoes,I like Rockport. They're as comfortable as my Asics. Both have perfect arch support, which is what I need, because I have really high arches.
 
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I've heard the rockports are hard to beat. I've been looking for a pair as the Dr. Scholl's I purchased recently have very little roll and Walk a little flat.
 

Zee09

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Merrill Moab 2 hiking shoes are very comfortable and are waterproof. Very secure in wet weather or snow too.

Seen a really good deal on these.
Picking up one pair and about 4 others listed here
Shoe time.... nothing worse than a bad pair of shoes-thanks
 

Zee09

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I have two pair of these also. Asics Gel Nimbus 18. Feels like you're walking on a cloud!!

Don't Asics widths run tight- I remember owning a pair that was Medium- guess I need to go with Wide
Although I'm not Wide regularly... thanks
 
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Don't Asics widths run tight- I remember owning a pair that was Medium- guess I need to go with Wide
Although I'm not Wide regularly... thanks
I wear a D (medium) and Asics fit perfect. My favorites were my Gel Enduro's,from probably around 2012 or so. If I ever see a pair for sale somewhere I'm grabbing them. Best shoes I've ever had.
 
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