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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 21 November 2020
I have banana hallux of my right big toe due to mild, but unrelenting gout since I was 22. This means that my toe turns up at the end.

These shoes fit like a dream... except my toenail of the right great toe hit the edge of the rubber. I'd have ended up with nail trauma. So incredibly disappointing. I guess having that toe guard is good for runners, but for this woman who needs shoes that don't have stitching across the sesamoid joint and who needs zero drop with a decent amount of sole due to Morton's neuroma, having that bit of rubber puts one more pair of shoes outside my reach.

Heartbroken because without that huge chunk of rubber, these shoes would be perfect for my feet.

Anyone know the difference in the insole length b/w the 7 and 8?

Sure wish they had a 7.5 because I might have been able to get away with that.

... Anyone have any suggestions on similarly constructed shoes without the massive toe rubber I might try?
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