Classic style with comfort to match, the Kent Clark is a
beautiful men’s dress shoe that’s sure to go with your best
outfits. 3 eyelet lace-up and unique stitch patterns make these go
well for semi-formal or formal occasions, while grippy
stitch-welted sole keeps better traction than styles that have
extremely hard bottoms. Made by Vegetarian Shoes, the leaders in
fair-labor footwear! Available in whole Men’s sizes 8-13. Imported
from England. $134.95 per pair.
Great Dress Shoe
From Troy W of Hopkins, Minnesota on 5/30/2013.
I really like these shoes, they fit well, and look amazing. I don't have occasion to wear dress shoes too often, so I only wear them a few times a year; at this rate they'll last forever.
good not for the winter
From Anonymous of vienna, Austria on 3/6/2013.
if you use them in the winter with snow and ice, thats the only bad thing then they break, rip open.other its a great shoe that can be worn without feeling bad.
From Balaji Ranjan of Minneola, Florida on 11/4/2012.
I have gotten the 3rd pair of shoes. The last one purchased 3 yrs ago still looks good except for normal wear and tear. Definitely recommend this product.
Great shoes... have held up well over time... would highly recommend as a "professional" shoe.
From Scott Hring of Bloomfield, New Jersey on 2/1/2012.
I've owned these shoes for 2-3 years. I travel a lot for work and have been all over the place with them - airports, subways, trains, bus depots, NYC city streets. These shoes look great with khakis, jeans, or a suit & tie.After 3 years, they still look great and have held up very well to the abuse I've put them through.I'd recommend these shoes in a heart-beat.
From Philaphonic of Houston, Texas on 3/22/2011.
Quite possibly the worst-fitting shoes I've ever bought (and I'm old so I've bought a lot of shoes). Have been stubbornly wearing these for several months now, hoping that they will break in but I'm giving up. There is no arch support and the toes are painfully tight, even for my narrow feet. Luckily there is enough room in the back of the shoe for arch support inserts, and you'll need some sort of cushioning because you can feel every little grain in the sidewalk. But even with the inserts, if I walk a few blocks to get lunch, I will need to take the shoes off for the afternoon so my feet can recover. They are that bad. On the positive side, they look great, resist scuffs like superman, and keep their shine. But that ain't worth the pain.
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