Excursion TR14 GTX, Black | Citron, dynamic
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Decent shoe, BUT . . . . - by , Oct 06, 2020
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Buying online without trying on a new pair of shoes can be tricky. The "Men's Excursion TR14 GTX" (S20588-1) shoes were bought as a replacement for an earlier model (TR12 GTX - S20453-1). The new shoes were supposedly equivalent to the old shoes, which I greatly liked. The upper portion of the new pair of shoes fits perfectly, and is comfortable. However, there's something different about the soles. The soles of the new shoes appear to be made of a harder, less shock-absorbent material than the older pair. I always replace the original insoles of a new pair of shoes with the best gel insoles I can buy, for I do a lot of walking on concrete and asphalt pavements, and need the extra cushioning. I wasn't able to leave the factory-made insoles in place, beneath the gel insoles, for the gel insoles wouldn't fit comfortably into the shoes. So, now I'm stuck with a new pair of shoes that are uncomfortable to walk on. With each step I can distinctly feel the hard treads of the soles of the new shoes, even when I'm walking on carpeting. Why can't manufacturers stop changing that which was good for something which is inferior?

Decent shoe, BUT . . . .

Oct 06, 2020
Buying online without trying on a new pair of shoes can be tricky. The "Men's Excursion TR14 GTX" (S20588-1) shoes were bought as a replacement for an earlier model (TR12 GTX - S20453-1). The new shoes were supposedly equivalent to the old shoes, which I greatly liked. The upper portion of the new pair of shoes fits perfectly, and is comfortable. However, there's something different about the soles. The soles of the new shoes appear to be made of a harder, less shock-absorbent material than the older pair. I always replace the original insoles of a new pair of shoes with the best gel insoles I can buy, for I do a lot of walking on concrete and asphalt pavements, and need the extra cushioning. I wasn't able to leave the factory-made insoles in place, beneath the gel insoles, for the gel insoles wouldn't fit comfortably into the shoes. So, now I'm stuck with a new pair of shoes that are uncomfortable to walk on. With each step I can distinctly feel the hard treads of the soles of the new shoes, even when I'm walking on carpeting. Why can't manufacturers stop changing that which was good for something which is inferior?
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