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Cole Haan Air Quincy Sport Oxford Reviews

14 reviews
total

Overall Rating:

67%Rated 5 stars

22%Rated 4 stars

0%Rated 3 stars

11%Rated 2 stars

0%Rated 1 stars

Customer Fit Survey:

76% "Felt true to size"

88% "Felt true to width"

65% "Excellent arch support"

13 are "Favorable"

Most Helpful Favorable Review

Posted 12/25/11
Overall Rated:5 stars!
Comfort Rated:5 stars!
Style Rated:5 stars!

First off, all my Zappos purchases have arrived very soon. On to the shoes: These are my new favorite sneakers. They look good dressed up or down, although the sole makes them a no-no for traditional business casual. These are my first Cole Haan's, and I am extremely impressed!

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1 are "Critical"

Most Helpful Critical Review

Posted 3/25/12
Overall Rated:2 stars!
Comfort Rated:2 stars!
Style Rated:3 stars!

These are overpriced arrogantly marketed shoes that are trying to ride in on the outdated and proven terrible Nike Air technology, which even Nike is trying to shake off. In the 1990's most major running/sports shoes manufacturers like Nike with "Air" and Brooks "Hydro Flow" were dumping and jumping ship on what runners already knew to be faulty technology that failed in application as assisting in injury prevention, and was nothing more than a marketing front. Companies such as Saucony and Mizuno who sold stabilizing plate configurations that worked, and Asics Gel technology which stood up to engineering standards were the only ones that in reality worked. At the dawn of the 21st century, the less is more paradigms were the new marketing standard. Large air chambers and sacks containing silicon were sacrificed as quickly as possibly in lieu of weight reductions using unreliable data sets and questionable tests to protect runners and athletes from injury. Race courses across North America and Europe are becoming littered with poorly trained athletes wearing micro weight shoes before their bodies have adapted to the new shoe weight standards being pushed by shoe companies.

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2 people found this review helpful  

May 20, 2011

Anonymous

from Oakland, 510

First pair was a defect in size, should've known better since it was made in China. Once I got the right size, by far the most comfortable sneaker. Definitely worth the price tag.

Overall Rated:5 stars!

Comfort Rated:5 stars!

Style Rated:5 stars!

 

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Fit Rating

Felt true to width

 

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2 people found this review helpful  

April 25, 2011

Anonymous

from Toronto

I purchased the "Air Quincy" and it has been the best purchase every. I own a few Cole Haan shoes and have never been disappointed. These shoes are very comfortable and they look amazing.

Overall Rated:5 stars!

Comfort Rated:5 stars!

Style Rated:5 stars!

 

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Fit Rating

Felt true to size

 

Runs Small

Runs Large

Moderate arch support

 

Poor Support

Great Support

Felt true to width

 

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2 people found this review helpful  

April 3, 2011

Anonymous

from Dallas, Texas

These shoes are nothing short of amazing. They look great with chinos or shorts. I have received numerous complements from male and female peers alike. Don't let the steep price tag scare you away. These shoes have the arch support and comfort you would associate with running shoes and stand out in a world full of Sperrys.

Brands I'd also recommend: jack purcell converse, allen edmonds

Overall Rated:5 stars!

Comfort Rated:5 stars!

Style Rated:5 stars!

 

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Fit Rating

Felt true to size

 

Runs Small

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Excellent arch support

 

Poor Support

Great Support

Felt true to width

 

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2 people found this review helpful  

November 26, 2011

Anonymous

from California

Normally wear a 9, but had to exchange for an 8.5. Nice shoe to fill the void between athletic sneaker and dress shoe.

Overall Rated:4 stars!

Comfort Rated:4 stars!

Style Rated:4 stars!

 

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Fit Rating

Felt a half size larger than marked

 

Runs Small

Runs Large

Moderate arch support

 

Poor Support

Great Support

Felt true to width

 

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2 people found this review helpful  

September 8, 2011

R.C.

 

I have other Cole Haan shoes in size 11 and ordered 11 in these but they were 1/2+ size too big. Re-ordered 10.5 and hope they fit correctly. The shoes look great

Overall Rated:4 stars!

Comfort Rated:4 stars!

Style Rated:4 stars!

 

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Fit Rating

Felt a half size larger than marked

 

Runs Small

Runs Large

Moderate arch support

 

Poor Support

Great Support

Felt true to width

 

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1 person found this review helpful  

May 11, 2012

Michael M

from Largo, FL

I read all the reviews before I purchased. They were all good and decided to spend the money. Worth the purchase. Each time I have worn them I got a nice compliment about them. Tough to wear for work because of the white sole but they are a great looking casual shoe you can feel at home to wear any place. Amazing how comfortable they are. I wear shorts most of the time so I normally wear them with no socks and the comfort is the same as with.

Overall Rated:5 stars!

Comfort Rated:5 stars!

Style Rated:5 stars!

 

Was this review helpful? Yes

Fit Rating

Felt true to size

 

Runs Small

Runs Large

Excellent arch support

 

Poor Support

Great Support

Felt true to width

 

Runs Narrow

Runs Wide

1 person found this review helpful  

March 25, 2012

Robert H

from Charleston, WV

These are overpriced arrogantly marketed shoes that are trying to ride in on the outdated and proven terrible Nike Air technology, which even Nike is trying to shake off. In the 1990's most major running/sports shoes manufacturers like Nike with "Air" and Brooks "Hydro Flow" were dumping and jumping ship on what runners already knew to be faulty technology that failed in application as assisting in injury prevention, and was nothing more than a marketing front. Companies such as Saucony and Mizuno who sold stabilizing plate configurations that worked, and Asics Gel technology which stood up to engineering standards were the only ones that in reality worked. At the dawn of the 21st century, the less is more paradigms were the new marketing standard. Large air chambers and sacks containing silicon were sacrificed as quickly as possibly in lieu of weight reductions using unreliable data sets and questionable tests to protect runners and athletes from injury. Race courses across North America and Europe are becoming littered with poorly trained athletes wearing micro weight shoes before their bodies have adapted to the new shoe weight standards being pushed by shoe companies.

Brands I'd also recommend: Asics

Overall Rated:2 stars!

Comfort Rated:2 stars!

Style Rated:2 stars!

 

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Fit Rating

Felt a half size smaller than marked

 

Runs Small

Runs Large

No arch support

 

Poor Support

Great Support

Felt narrower than marked

 

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March 3, 2013

Anonymous

from Virginia

Absolutely love this. This pair of shoes makes my casual Friday perfect. I have been wearing this more than 6 month for commuting, for driving long distance, and even for playing golf. Hope they will continue.

Overall Rated:5 stars!

Comfort Rated:5 stars!

Style Rated:5 stars!

 

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Fit Rating

Felt true to size

 

Runs Small

Runs Large

Moderate arch support

 

Poor Support

Great Support

Felt wider than marked

 

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November 8, 2012

Anonymous

 

Nice, simple and stylish athletic-inspired casual shoe. Look great dressed up or down. Comfortable enough for long work days on foot. Bought them back in March and they've aged very well aside from a little wear on the inside of the heel. Would definitely recommend them.

Overall Rated:5 stars!

Comfort Rated:5 stars!

Style Rated:5 stars!

 

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Fit Rating

Felt true to size

 

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Moderate arch support

 

Poor Support

Great Support

Felt true to width

 

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