Love the style and quality of materials and craftsmanship, but the ankle area was very tight (and I have rather skinny ankles). I have a true 9.5 (41) foot and its slightly narrower than average. I've tried on other Remonte styles before, and most seem to fit me a bit closer than the average shoe, both in length and width. I highly recommend either ordering a size up and putting in your own arch supports (the ones here are removeable). I personally didn't try this, (I returned mine) but I bet it would work for most people.
I love this shoe!! Best pair I've had in 46 years! It feels like I'm walking on a memory foam bed. My feet still feel good when I get home from 8 hours of standing. I would recommend this shoe to anyone!
Classic and cute white shoes. Got them for my daughters Hip Hop routine but definitely glad she can wear them again. My only complaint is that they ran big so I had to exchange them.
I usually wear a 7-7.5, or a 38. I ordered a 39 due to other reviews and what was available. It was a good length, and the boot is pretty roomy--i have a wide foot and high arch, both of which were accommodated nicely. However, as another reviewer mentioned, the footbed seemed too narrow, meaning that even though my foot didn't feel squeezed, it felt like I was hanging over the side of the sole. And the heel was too loose, slipping up at lease a half inch when I walked.
I think once I wear these in they will be perfect. I love the look of them, and Toms is a great brand. I didn't feel wobbly walking in them, I think I just need to break them in a tad. Good purchase!
I have wide feet, so heels are not my favorite. Yet, these are comfortable. They do start to hurt after 6 hours, so if you're going to an evening event, be wary. Otherwise, they are comfortable.
These are very comfortable! More so than I expected - the insole has a lot of cushioning. I usually wear a 6 1/2, which I ordered and they fit perfectly without socks (which is what I want). The only bad thing is that the right shoe has a little defect where the fabric inside got folded at the top of the seam - it created a little bump which rubs my heel. So I had to put some moleskin over it.
Bought these for my daughter and she loves them. She is a big vans and converse girl. Not anymore. They are so cute, and comfortable!Would definitely buy again.
I scoured the internet looking for reviews on this show; however, I couldn't find anything (due to it being a newer shoe for the UA line). SO, I felt I would do my own since I've used this shoe and trained in this shoe. Comfort: Right out of the box, it felt stiff and did not provide a lot of flexibility. With time, it has broken in and it has become more comfortable. I'm willing to bet as I continue to wear, it will break in further. 4 Stars: Training: It has a solid base and I feel very grounded when doing lower body lifts (deadlift/squats). I would NOT recommend this as a running shoe! I can see it used for indoor exercises (cone drills, short sprints, ladders, etc)...however, I have not done this yet. It does feel sturdy and not cheap. I have not had a chance to do any outdoor training either due to snowy conditions. I'm willing to bet it will hold up. 5 Stars. Style: The "burrito tongue" style is new to me. I was uncertain at first but I must say, my foot feels locked in place and I have not noticed a lot of slip. I love the color(s) and the texture (personal choice). I would have liked the bottom portion of the shoe to have been black so staining isn't so apparent.After leaving the gym the first day, the bottom of my shoe was black due to the gym mats. It's a small complaint (I don't really care). Overall: I've grown further accustom to UA in training products opposed to Nike as time progresses. I feel Nike is more about distributing cheaper products opposed to investing in quality. (I too, have had faulty UA products but feel Nike is more consistent with making cheaper products ). This is a solid shoe. I looked forward to seeing how it stands during my training. "4.5" Stars Overall. I should also clarify, I'm an above average gym "goer". I'm a prior collegiate athlete and have spent a fair amount of time clanging plates together in the gym. I do not do "crossfit", but I would be willing to bet this shoe would hold up just fine.
These boots were so comfortable the first time I wore then to work.