Vionic Orthotic Mesh Lace-up Sneakers - Miles

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With built-in orthotic technology, you'll cover a lot of miles in these mesh lace-up sneakers. Walk in supportive comfort and style. From Vionic(R).

  • Style: Miles
  • Lightweight, breathable mesh upper
  • 1st Ray technology in the insole and outsole
  • Lightweight, flexible EVA midsole absorbs shock, helping reduce stress on feet, ankles, and knees
  • Durable outsole with textured tread offers good traction on a variety of surfaces
  • Podiatrist-designed, removable, biomechanical orthotic footbed with Orthaheel(R) technology and a deep heel cup helps stabilize, support, and realign feet back to their natural position while wearing
  • Helps to relieve common causes of heel pain and knee pain, related to over-pronation and flat feet
  • An ideal complementary option for orthotic or arch support wearers, particularly at home on hard flat floors
  • Recommended by Dr Andrew Weil
  • AMPA Seal of Acceptance
  • Bottom construction: Brisk
  • Approximately 1-5/8"H sole
  • Fit: true to size
  • Textile/man-made upper; textile lining; man-made balance
  • Imported

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Vionic Orthotic Mesh Lace-up Sneakers - Miles is rated 3.0 out of 5 by 19.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from ver nice comfortable, true to size, attractive already received compliment.
Date published: 2018-03-15
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It's so nice to walk Last year I injured my ankle, and that's when the problems started. I tried every shoe I could get my hands on, but nothing was working. I just could not walk anymore without being in pain. Then one day while I was poking around on QVC they popped up, and I have been walking ever since. These are a must try!
Date published: 2018-03-06
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Cheaply made, no support or cushioning No podiatrist would approve this shoe. The white bottom is foam. The black area is some hard plastic- like material. There is no support. The darker areas on the sides that look like support are just a reinforcement on the mesh. There is no second eyelet at the top to secure the shoe. The sole has a severe kidney bean curve (pigeon toed) shape vs being neutral. I wear Vionic without the insert (put in foam liners), so length and width were fine.
Date published: 2018-02-25
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Very Disappointed I have several pairs of Vionics. This is the first time I've been disappointed in the quality. I like the look of them, but the structure is poor. The tongue is so thin it curls inward. The worst problem is that the back top of the heel doesn't have any structure so that I have to use a spoon to get it on. I guess I'll have to see if they still make shoe horns. The sole of the shoe has a very firm part under the bottom of the little toe area, which tends to make the foot turn in, which is what these shoes are supposed to NOT do. I don't understand who designed these. They don't work as Vionics are supposed to.
Date published: 2018-01-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best athletic shoe ever!!! I purchase this shoe and fell in love with it. It's light weight, breathable and supportive. The toe box is roomy and it doesn't rub my heel. I've had heels spurs really badly and had to change the shoes I wear. Vionic has become my go to brand. I love this shoe. Wish they had more colors. Please continue with wide-withs.
Date published: 2017-12-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from love these Broke my ankle a year ago and these were the first shoes that didn't cause me pain. They are light weight, which helps with 12 hour shifts. The grey goes great with the pewter color scrubs we wear. My only complaint is the laces do not stay tied. Had to resort to the double knots I used on my kids shoes when they were small. Would love to have another pair in a different color.
Date published: 2017-12-17
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Can’t believe I paid $100 for these This is just a cheap mesh sneaker with a removable Vionic insole. There is no support at all in the body of the shoe. I’m going to get a decent pair of leather sneakers (for a lot less than $100) and use the Vionic insole in those. I have dozens of pairs of Vionics that I’ve enjoyed wearing over the years, but these were pretty much a waste of money.
Date published: 2017-12-04
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Laces Need Replacement Two things about these sneakers: 1. The laces do not stay tied and 2. They run short. Fortunately, I learned of these two problems while reading reviews before I called my order in. Normally I wear a size eight shoe, but I heeded the reviewers' comments and ordered up a half-size. And then, they just barely fit. I probably should have exchanged them for a size nine--a size I have never worn in my entire life. As for the laces, by the time the sneakers arrived, and I put them on to try them out, I had temporarily forgotten about the useless laces. I was out on an errand when I noticed the lace had come completely undone. Fortunately, I noticed before they caused me to get entangled and trip! Really, the manufacturer should replace every pair of shoelaces that came with these shoes. I had to go out and buy another pair of laces that would stay tied, which added to the already high price of these sneakers. I have been wearing them for four weeks now and my feet and legs don't feel any better than how they feel while wearing my other (non-Vionic) sneakers.
Date published: 2017-09-04
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