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Propet Men's Lightweight OrthoLite Sneakers - Propet One LT

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Propet Men's Lightweight OrthoLite Sneakers - Propet One LT is rated 3.3 out of 5 by 4.
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Overpriced and Not the Quality I Expected This shoe is a work in progress. It is overpriced to be sure. Certain qualities are missing that would make this a really good investment. First of al...the heel counter is not very strong. Rule of thumb is, if you need a stable heel, it should be higher and much firmer. It adds to pronation and subpronation, which is rolling to the inside or the outside. This effects the knees and the hips and spine. It was noticeable. A good heel counter will counteract this and give you a straighter, more stable stride. This shoe does not have it. The sock abrasion material in the heel is sub par. It is not thick enough. It would have solved a lot of problems. The material would have held the sock and the foot from slippage. Now I will preface this by saying that by not being able to try the shoe on, you could not know how wide the last or bottom soul for the shoe would be. I am not upset by that, but if I were to buy this shoe again, I would have gone for the medium width. Another feature that a really good walking or running shoe has is an extra lace whole over the ankle area. This again would draw the heel back into the counter and give you a more secure fit. It is also the reason that the laces are much too long for this shoe. This would have made all the difference in the world in the orthopedic value of this shoe. I always walk in a shoe a couple of days to get a feel for it and by just ordering a very secure and solid EVA plantar fasciitis friendly insert, it made all the difference and gave me the stability and comfort that I needed. I was going to return this shoe, but I feel that I want to see how long the shoe lasts. I walk 2-4 miles a day so I am curious to see how it holds up now. The bottom part of the shoe is fine and the rubber soul bottom is very good. It just needed some changes to the concept design and for paying so much, you got very little evidence to justify the cost The other day I saw that Propét came out wit a newer, more built up walking shoe. I think it looks better than this one. However, you can spend less with some of the name brand shoes and come up with a better outcome. Nice try, but it just misses on key issues.....
Date published: 2021-02-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from I AM SENDING BACK TODAY MY HUSBAND WEARS A 12WW AND IT WAS TOO SHORT AND HURT HIS TOES. HE SAID HE WISHED YOU WOULD HAVE MORE MODERN LOOKING SHOES AND MORE WIDE SHOES TO PICK FROM.HE WANTS COLORFUL AND YOUTH LOOKING SHOES .THE VIONIC BRAND NEVER FITS HIM EITHER.
Date published: 2019-09-18
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Happy Mom My Son has problems with circulation/varicose veins. I saw these sneakers and thought these would help. My son got them right away and Loves them so much for their lightweight feel and support..he wanted another pair. He has a very active life, rides bike to work, gym, and always on his feet. He never thought of this brand till now.
Date published: 2019-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Propet Shoes Ordered a 11 1/2 wide but it was too tight so I had to return send it back for a 11 1/2 ww, Hope I get the right one but they seem good all but the tightness. Thanks QVC
Date published: 2019-07-04
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