14.00 oz. Low-profile rubber outsole. Socks are optional in
this shoe, you can wear this shoe bare foot. Wear Around
Classic wallabee shoes. Soft leather uppers.
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I ordered these for my dad for
Christmas. When I received them, they were in a quality box,
with quality tissue paper. When I peeked inside, I was
overwhelmed with the quality appearance of the slipper. They
were better than I expected and I knew my dad would love them.
I was right and they fit perfectly. He wears them everyday! Be
careful of tightening the shoelace, it will break if you pull
too hard! We did that, but we had enough left over to still
tie. This is a quality slipper and is just what was wanted.
Great to find a stylish yet practical (the back doesn't slip
down when putting them on) size 14.Can walk outside in them
I've been buying moccasins from the local "Indian Store" for
several years. Due to the soft sole, they don't last very long
when I wear them outside. I was looking for a moccasin type
slipper/shoe with more of a tennis shoe type sole so I thought
I'd give the L. B. Evans a try. I was not disappointed. They
are a quality product with a good fit and quite comfortable.
I'll definitely buy them again. Also, the level of service
provided by KEEN was excellent.
My husband had such a problem with his feet. He has a hard
time wearing shoes without being in severe pain. But I have
gotten him several pairs of these Wear around slip on and he
wears them as shoes as much as possible. I thought he would
like them as slippers but he loves them as shoes. I got a pair
of similar shoes last Christmas. I don't wear them with socks
and the suede collar chaffed my ankles. The smooth leather
collar on this pair is much more comfortable. The
indoor/outdoor sole is a must. I'll replace them with the same
when they wear out ... in 6 or 7 years! Good Wear Around Shoes
after adjustments. I wear a 14 4E. It felt too small so I had
to send back my size 14 for a size 15. It was still not wide
enough, so I made a big wad of newspaper and stuffed it into
the shoe while it was laced up. I left it like that for 3
days. It was wide enough after that.