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Beware of the "bungee" type of lace if your feet tend to swell as the day goes on.  Your shoe will get tighter and tighter until you just want to rip them off.  Give me good old-fashioned ties.

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This brand of shoe gives no support... especially on the sides of the shoe.  My last pair I kept sliding off of to the side almost spaining my ankle. No More Sketchers for me!

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This "sock" style of shoe is very comfortable but, in my opinion, is not meant to be worn for things like working out.  There isn't enough support on the top part of the foot.  They look cute, though.  Enjoy your purchases.

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Most manufacturers do not make half sizes after 9 1/2. I wonder why?

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I have a similar looking style of Sketcher I bought from QVC.  Fabric may be different from this one.  The one I have is very comfy and very supportive.    I would buy the one shown today but the shipping cost is making me think "no.".   Don't really need them that badly.  When  I do, I'll find something elsewhere.

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I bought a similar style at store.  I tried on my normal size (10M) couldn't even get my foot "squeezed" in it!  I guess because the bungee cords only "stretch" so far to slip on.

 

I ordered a pair of TSV wedge skechers -- back they're going.  Great while I sitting...once I start walking my toes hang over🤔and the width seems more like wide vs. medium.

 

No more wasting $$$ buying shoes anywhere I can't return to store!

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Something in me doesn’t like knit sneakers. I don’t know why but I don’t seem to be able to get past it. Well, actually, I think it is more the texture most knit shoes have that I don’t care for than just being knit.

 

I like the olive color but these shoes were obviously not designed with me in mind. I don’t really think laces are attractive and can’t imagine adding them for “cuteness” when they are not necessary. 

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Love the idea of Sketchers but have yet to buy a pair that fit me and was comfortable. I have long, skinny, narrow feet and my feet pronate. Sketchers has absolutely no support and they run so big. The idea of the TSV being a sock with a soul is a big no for me.
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Am I right that this TSV ended the evening it was a TSV?

 

It seems they have been having TSVs at their price for a few days before and after the day they present it. I've only been popping in here and there over the summer and caught this late last night on a rerun on Q2 but I thought it would still be availalbe today. I will not pay the higher price AND shipping. Oh well, maybe I a dodged a bullet on this one!  

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@Kachina624 wrote:

Beware of the "bungee" type of lace if your feet tend to swell as the day goes on.  Your shoe will get tighter and tighter until you just want to rip them off.  Give me good old-fashioned ties.


I disagree. My feet swell, and tie shoes/sneakers makes it worse. There is no expansion when the shoes are tied. With the bungee laces, the shoe accommodates the swollen foot.