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Karrimor Men's Traveller Supa Walking Shoe
|Price:||£32.50 & FREE Delivery in the UK. FREE Returns. Details|
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- Suede & mesh upper
- Phylon midsole for cushioning
- Outer Material: Suede
- Inner Material: Manmade
- Sole: Natural Rubber
- Closure: Lace-Up
- Karrimor supa outsole
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Top Customer Reviews
I have had the shoes for under a year now and only wear them occasionally. They are still comfy and the uppers are fine, but I have just noticed that the heels have worn through to the inner material and that the rubber sole is breaking down. Considering the amount of miles I do in them this is very disappointing and they will be going in the bin shortly. Just goes to show you only get what you pay for and it's back to Merrels for me.
I contacted the manufacturers and they said that they are covered by 12 month guarantee and to contact Amazon. I did this, although the link is hard to find to do so, and to their credit they have immediately replaced them FOC and sent within 49 hours, plus provided a free returns label. Now this is the interesting bit. The new shoes are quite clearly better than the originals. They have a slightly higher back to the shoe, a better insole and most importantly different rubber for the sole. It seems better quality altogether, not 'vulcanised' like the original which is very firm yet brittle. Time will tell but they seem all over a much better product.
Delivery was quick and the shoes themselves were very comfortable. One of the lace loops broke as soon as I pulled the laces tight the first time, but a bit of needle and thread sorted that out quicker than sending the product back.
The shoes were great, for about 3 months. By then the soles were getting quite thin. A month later and they were worn completely through in places and so thin elsewhere that it was painful to use them.
I walk a lot, and the 3 months probably covered about 350 miles on woodland and heathland walks (i.e. not scrambling over rocks!). If these were just cheap trainer shoes from Primark, I'd have probably been ok with them only lasting 3-4 months. But they are marketed as walking shoes, so I would expect much more life than this. Other shoes/boots I have bought for a similar price have lasted a year or more.
I did try to ask Sports Direct if this was a normal lifetime for this shoe, and to see if they would refund or replace them under the sale of goods act (not being fit for purpose). They were very unhelpful. If I'd paid more then I would pursue it further but I'll just write it off as a bad buying decision. I've since bought some (more expensive) Merrels from another company, and so far they are going well.
First thing I noticed is that they're pretty light, which is good as I intend to use these as everyday wear. Next thing is that they are a nice cosseting fit whilst not being too tight. 'Fits like a glove' should give you the idea. Much of this is, I guess, down to the fact that they are made using a lot of soft textile material rather than 100% thick leather.
I had some concerns about sizing as I've bought a different model Karrimor before (I can't remember the model, but it was a much more rugged hiking shoe made from stiff leather) which was also a size 10 and caused my big toe some major discomfort. As my feet are very slightly over a 10, it's always a dilemma as to which size to plum for - 10 or 11's (since 10.5 rarely exist). However, I took the risk of a 10 here since one reviewer suggested that they were a generous sizing. Well, I'm pleased to report that my toes have a nice amount of wriggle-room, and they fit just fine and dandy.
Since buying them they've been over fields, down gravel paths, over rocks and boulders, across sandy beaches and have also covered quite a few miles on good ol' tarmac and concrete. I really like them! They give you the feeling you could walk for miles.
At this discounted price they are a steal. But, an RRP of £80? I don't think so... I really don't like this kind of misleading twaddle.
Anyways, grab 'em at this price pdq!
ONE MONTH ON... and these are still very comfy and are virtually my daily wear. A couple of small issues; the first is the the laces are forever undoing themselves (and I positively refuse to double-knot...Read more ›
Comfy to walk in .. all you could want in a pair of shoes.
That's when it all started going wrong, the in/mid sole is not actually attached securely to the out-sole or in fact the rest of the shoe. This causes it to move and eventually creep out the back of the shoe at the heel causing discomfort. Nearly impossible to reseat the moving sole properly to prevent it moving again.
Unfortunately this seems to be the norm with Karrimoor. I had owned a pair of boots in the past and bought these hoping this was a one-off, sadly same problem. Would not recommend buying and two stars because despite the major flaw the rest of the shoe is fine.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've had quite a few of these over the years. In that time, and especiialy over the last year or so, the quailty of these shoes has plummetted. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Steve Roberts
Am only just now going to use these shoes as others have just worn out now and these are just as comfy and a great fitPublished 2 months ago by jacklitttle
Found these trainers fine, insoles all over the place but comfy and good to wear on long walks.Published 2 months ago by J. Christie
Great fit. Very comfy to walk in. I have had them for 4 years now. Although I still use it now and then, I never use them if I think its going to rain since it lets in water... Read morePublished 3 months ago by ender