Great shoes, good fit and comfortable
Inside material already coming apart. Only been wearing for 7 days. This is my second pair. 1st pair lasted 18months.
Outrageous comfort and value for money. Quecha pull it off in no little style, impressive.
Good quality for an affordable product
Generally appear to be good quality and well made. Toe and heel rands give good protection and help keep wet out. Mid-sole is very soft and sole quite grippy. Insole is just a flat board, so longer-term comfort would benefit from something better being fitted.
Looks good, though after being worn in urban everyday situation approx 200 times the toes have holes in them. I bought same to replace, but I wish they were more durable!
Had these for 18 months now and worn them a lot for everyday wear and easy hikes. They jist get more comfortable every time I out them on and there is nothing negative to say about them. They are designed for light occasional hiking and they are perfect for that. Will be buying more as soon as these wear out. Highly recommended!
This is a decent shoe, comfy enough to wear all day, walking across lightly rough terrain. Good flex in the sole. Surprisingly good shoe for less than £40!
I buy these sorts of shoes on a regular basis and have paid a lot more for other brands. These are a third of the price and so far are excellent. If they last as long as previous more expensive shoes then they will be worth every penny. Thanks.
I'm taking on a 12 mile hike and wanted something a bit more robust than a trainer but not a full on walking boot. These shoes are canny. My only complaint is the sizes, I'm a size 10 but they only come in "half" sizes ie 8.5, 9.5, 10.5 etc. So being a size 10 the shoe is a fraction too long, but never the less still comfortable and easy to walk in.
I've only done a couple of 4 mile walks in them but had no sore areas so overall quite impressed.