Rated4out of5byBrian MillerfromI Like them Zoggonit!I like slip-on shoes mainly for traveling to & from fly fishing destinations, and occasionally casual wear. The Zoggonit slip-on shoes are replacing Merrill Shiver Mocs that that are easy to get on because of the gore placement over the instep but that lets my feet slip around in them and allows my toes to get jammed into the front of the toe box. The Merrill winter outer sole is so aggressive and midsole so stiff that there is almost no cushioning and it feels like I am walking over dowels. After checking my feet sizes 3x with the socks I'll wear with them before ordering I find these 11.5 shoes are true to length and width and fit *perfectly. The Zoggonit gore is back over the front of the heel and just into the arch making it *difficult to get on at first in comparison to the Merrills but boy they have support! The feet are positioned properly and held in firmly in place to get the benefit of the insole's pronounced arch support. There isn't a lot of springy cushioning, just a good fit for me with lots of support
Date published: 2013-06-11
Rated4out of5bysd1673fromGreat!Love these shoes & will buy another pair in a heart beat. Only possible downside I see is the outer fabric being easy to stain.
Date published: 2013-05-19
Rated4out of5byToddAfromvery comfortable shoeI've been enjoying these shoes for a few weeks now. They are extremely comfortable.
It's important to note that the toe are is *very* tall inside. They are boxy in shape on the outside and that shape is mirrored on the inside. I put a pair of Spenco arched insoles inside and they fit very well now.
The other comments about being tight to put on are partially true. Granted, my feet are narrow, so that may affect me less. The sides of the shoe around the opening pitch inward, making the opening snug. The upside of this is that they hold on to your foot well and comfortably, meaning that this slip-on shoe is not going to fall off as you walk around. I consider that to be an excellent trade off.
Date published: 2013-05-17
Rated3out of5byNIbrocfromComfortable (once you get them on)I wore these in the house for 3 weeks..trying to loosen them up. VERY snug getting them on & off. Shoehorn for sure. Once on, they're fine. You almost need a boot jack to get them off. Definitely need to try before you buy...I did not...got them online.
Date published: 2013-04-10
Rated4out of5byjcclimberfromVery comfortableThese shoes, as with all Chacos I have ever owned, are super comfortable. They have great arch support which is something I find lacking in a lot of shoe brands. I can spend all day standing and walking in these shoes. My only complaint, which is why I gave it 4 instead of 5 stars, is that they are not the easiest to get on. My foot does not slip into these shoes as easily as other slip-ons I've had. But again, the comfort more than makes up for this slight design flaw.
Date published: 2013-03-31
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